You’re Deprived of These 7 Benefits If You’re Not Using A Nail Gun

Nailer or, a nail gun is a tool that assists you in Nail Punching jobs and makes your household chores so easy.

From the very beginning of time, people started using hammers to meet their day to day needs.

Using hammers follows the easy process but if you can get the work done in a simpler way, why not give it a try?

There are many reasons that can fuel your desire of using a nailer. Here are the most important ones enlisted below.

7. It makes your job faster

If one drives nails manually, he has to give enough time to fix it accurately. But using a nailer, the work becomes three times faster!

For a small project you may not understand the importance of speed, But for medium to large project it really matters a lot how quickly you finish the work.

So, when in a hurry, go for a nailer without thinking twice!

6. No compromise with safety

Driving nails using a hammer is having a huge chance of injuring one’s fingers as the nails are needed to be held on the place all the time. But nailers don’t require that.

One can easily drive the nails just by triggering it on to the position that requires only one hand.

Again, it is having large triggers. So, one can easily work with it without wearing off the gloves.

Despite all its safety features any user should maintain some other precautions like using protective goggles.

5. No need to carry nails

No extra space to carry bags? It’s not a problem. Nailers itself have a case to carry pins. So the user can easily move around carrying only the nailer with a lighter tool belt. This also makes the work continuous and less time consuming.

Moreover some nail guns provide carrying equipment for nailer and nails. Which is an absolute bonus.

Read More about Coil vs Stick Framing Nailers.

4. Accuracy

While using a hammer, it is highly possible to miss the target or get the nails crooked. But there is no chance of being in the need of re-doing it if one uses nailers.

Some nailers have the nail-size-adjustment mechanism that allows the user to use a variety of nails.

Again, some are having work-lights with them.

This ensures the accuracy even when there is darkness around.

Are you working on a job of varying depths? This is not a problem if you use a nailer. The drilling depth can easily be adjusted if nailer is your choice.

So, precision and efficiency is guaranteed if you are using a nailer other than a hammer.

Read About Finish vs Framing Nailers.

3. Makes the best use of energy and time

Nailing manually generally takes two to three hits by the hammer to make the pin secured on the position.

But as the nailers are power generated, it requires only one hit and provides the equal force and pressure to each pin and thus the power is being transmitted equally to all the nails.

This ensures the same finish to all the pins and makes the job good looking. Again, as the job can be done faster, it requires less power and energy to be done with the whole work. Why not opt for the method that can be caring for your power department, too?

2. Better Craftsmanship

In the case of woodworking, craftsmanship matters a lot. Using traditional style pin and hammer can do your job till yesterday.

But using a nailer must increase the quality of your work as they perform smoother than those.

1. Nail gun lasts long so it’s a better investment

The lifetime of a nailer is quite long. For this reason, every homeowner and anybody who works with nails must have this machine. Because it’s not for one single project.

In the case of a homeowner, it may be required any time for any purpose. So, investing money on this is actually a smart investment.

Benefits of using a nail gun

Bottom Line

Practice and experience can always make a person perfect in everything. Thinking from that point, an experienced user can certainly be perfect in his job even with a hammer.

But there is no doubt that a nailer can add extra efficiency and time to his work.  No matter if it is siding, flooring, framing, fencing or roofing if you do not want to compromise with safety, accuracy and time, going with a nailer is a win-win choice!

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Jerry Jhonson
 

Jerry Johnson is a tech & tool geek who loves to talk, discuss and review different tools used for our day to day life. All the tools reviews and guides described in this site are completely from his personal experience and own observations.

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