Nails that are used to install joist hangers. These nails are thicker than a common nail.
Temporary and easily removable double headed nailFeatured Products >
Nails that have been twisted creating a spiral pattern down the shaft that gives the nail excellent holding power.
Nails made for general construction and to hold a variety of materials together with wood fastening being the most common use.Featured Products >
Nails with large heads and thick, heavy shafts that are made to hold roofing materials in place.
Nails that are hardened to handle being driven into hard materials without bending and have fluted shafts to provide extra holding power.Featured Products >
Nails that have been twisted creating a spiral pattern down the shaft that gives the nail excellent holding power and is over 7" long.
Nails for securing shingles to various surfaces.Featured Products >
Nails usually over 6" long are called spikes and are made for general construction and to secure large dimensional lumber.
Nails that have a brad head that is intended to be used on trim work and other wood applications where the head needs to sunk under the surface to conceal the nailFeatured Products >
Nails used for securing gypsum wallboard or drywall. The shank is ringed giving these nails extremely high holding power.Featured Products >
Nails that are tempered to harden them so they don't bend when being driven into hard masonry materials.Featured Products >
Browse coating types available for standard nails
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