Wood splitting is a common frustration for fence manufacturers. We frequently receive calls from panicked fencers seeking a solution for this recurring problem. When we tell them they need blunt nails they're often surprised and typically respond in confusion. Well, in this article, we'll explore this intriguing topic and shed light on exactly why blunt nails reduce timber splitting.
Take a look at the unveiling process of the Fencing Stapler from Senco. Its that time of the year, when fence fixing begins.
We only launched this product as part of our range recently and so far so good. We like it as you can see below and customers do too. Winner Winner!
What is a Coil Nail Gun Used for? many of our customer ask us this. So without further ado here is the final in our Nail Gun Poster series.
So far we have covered the 15,16 and 18 Gauge Tools, 21G and 23 Gauge Pinners, Strip Nailers along with Corrugated Fasteners. See them here in our Blogs. NB if you prefer PDF versions, then drop us a note with a request.
The bad news is that they rot! the better news is that with a few easy steps, you can help prolong the life of your fence.
I saw this post a short time ago and thought, I know who this would be useful for. Most of our customers, like to do things them selves.
Interestingly the information focuses on whats going on below ground as much as above (you don't always hear about that bit), Good tip on using 'Hit and Miss' fencing too.
I'm frequently asked what nail gun would I recommend for the manufacture of fence panels, sheds and garden buildings. Well, I'm going to try and script the sort of advise I'd give to our customers and stick to one brand and on this occasion I'll be with our partners at Tacwise.
The nailers described are air operated so you will require an air compressor and the type of nailer used are coil nailers – simply speaking the nails are formed in a coil in the magazine of the tool as below – simples eh!