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Nail Gun Back to Basics-How to Use a Nail Gun

Posted 08-23-2013 at 09:59 AM by nailerman
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Using a nail gun can be an intimidating experience if it is something that you have never done before, however the benefits are extremely beneficial. A nail gun or nailer saves you time and energy, speeding up that project that you are spending your hard earned weekend completing.

Step 1: Choose a Nail Gun
• What type of project are you working on? Will you need a framing nail gun, brad nail gun (for light trim and molding this gun shoots smaller nails so they won’t split the...
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How to Choose a Nail Gun

Posted 08-23-2013 at 09:56 AM by nailerman
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How to Choose a Nail Gun for Your Project
You’ve decided to use a nail gun on your next project, now what type of nail gun or nailer do you need? Different nail guns are used for different applications; let’s look at some of the main types that homeowners work with:


• Framing nail gun-This type of nail gun is used for larger projects such as fencing, deck building, subflooring,...
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basement stairs

Posted 05-05-2013 at 07:45 AM by jfrance

Temporary stairs put in basement in MA. They are 7" and building inspector approved because the unit was built in 1982 and said they met the code then. Does this sound right? If all other codes change and need to be updated when selling wouldn't this have to be also?
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Best & Worst Valued Construction Projects.

Posted 04-20-2013 at 01:04 AM by InspectorZo

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Improving your residence is a great way to invest, right? Sometimes would be my answer. It depends on what project you plan for your home. Also, Are you planning on selling soon? Are you fixing it up to list it for sale? Are you simply thinking of your personal comfort regardless of resale value? Do you have a 5-10 year plan to sell? Do you plan to make this home your last?
Questions are valid and carry conditions that make the investment of home improvement more
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How to Build the Ultimate Playhouse!

Posted 12-26-2012 at 05:53 PM by LanceV

Back in 2007 I bought a guide called "[url=http://qualityking.net/guides/ultimate-playhouse.php]Build the Ultimate Playhouse in 2 days[/url]", and myself and my son spend the weekend putting it together. I decide I'd make a thread showing my work!

[B][U]Parts List[/U][/B]:[LIST][*]6 - 6' x 8' stockade fence with 2x3 supports[*]4 - 4 x 4 x 6' Treated timbers[*]2 - 2 x 4 x 8' Treated lumber[*]2 - 2 x 4 x 8' Lumber[*]1 - 2 x 3 x 8' lumber. (As straight as possible)[*]1 - 1...
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