Strip Nails (181)
Use strip nails for various trim, molding, and building projects at home, or on the construction site. Look for angled nails and brads, and smooth shanks and chisel points to minimize wood splitting for professional results. These nails are also suitable for use with various wood composites. Browse multiple nail length options to fit them to the thickness of OSB panels, plywood, and roofing materials. Finishing nails are compatible with select nailers for efficient use on busy job sites, and offer precise application when working with molding and trim pieces. Straight nails are available for use with shoe base, panelling, and crown molding. Heavy-duty coiled nails are available as well and handle more demanding nailing jobs like framing and roof work.
Look for nail multipack options, with thousands of individual nails to be considered for big framing and building jobs. Long-lasting pneumatic nails feature durable, impact-withstanding steel with a galvanized finish, which ensures corrosion resistance for long-term wear. Other nail types in the collection include framing nails, which provide extra holding power. The simplistic design makes it easy to drive nails in dense boards and planks without using much effort. Heavy duty framing nails are ideal for building roof trusses, roof decks, and pallets. Framing nails are available in coils that fit most coil framing and roofing nailers as well. Headless pin nails are suitable for more delicate trim jobs. The small hole they create aesthetically elevates furniture pieces and flooring arrangements.
Select finishing nails have a special coating on the end for additional bonding. Rust resistant nails with a spiral shank design ensure that they’ll remain firm inside the material for years, which is essential for shelving, flooring, and decking. Look for bright nail finishes to elevate home decor, or choose a different finish to match them to specific wooden furniture pieces. Steel nails feature different angles so you can drive them in cabinetry and chair rails, and this characteristic ensures the nail head remains flat. Angled models are practical for reaching narrow spaces without having to rearrange the existing setup.