Constructing frames for structures requires a special kind of nail. A plastic strip framing nail is built to do just that, with its square head and thin shaft making it perfect for the job. It has an impressively sharp tip, which also has a slight flare to it for easy nailing. Crafted with toughness in mind, this high-grade plastic keeps the nails strong and reliable.
No matter the size of the wood one is working with, the ideal nail is out there – ranging from a 1-1/2 inch long to 2-1/2 inch long nail. For extra aesthetic customization, the nails come in a selection of colors that are harmonious with the hue of the wood.
Easily worked with a hammer and/or nail gun, these nails will secure whatever material you need to fasten. Their superior strength makes them difficult to remove without either employing a nail puller or sawing them out.
Moisture, termites – it doesn’t matter – these nails handle them all. They prove to be resilient, never succumbing to rust or infestation.
Nails are a budget-friendly method of attaching pieces of wood together, yet remain incredibly tough. Scarcely affected by the elements, these nails possess a longevity that will stand the test of time.