Step 1 Choosing the Right Nail Gun
Although all nail guns work in roughly the same way, there are a few different types of nail guns available on the market, including battery powered options.
When you’re building custom cabinetry, putting up metal siding, making custom furniture, or installing trim, a crown stapler is the best nail gun for the job.
When you want to put up crown moulding and small trim with minimal wood splintering and disruption to the wood, a brad nailer makes an ideal choice. The fine finish of this nail gun helps to minimize how much wood putty you need to use afterwards.
When you’re adding decorative trim or outdoor fascia, a finish nailer is the ideal tool for the job. This nail gun works with extreme precision and produces a barely noticeable result. It will be quick and easy work to go back when you are done and fill in any nail holes with wood putty.