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At Ace Fixings, we have a great selection of cordless nail guns on offer. With unbeatable deals on top brands, and a selection that will easily help you find a nail gun that suits your needs, get the cordless nail gun you’ve been looking for when you shop with us.Read more
At Ace Fixings, we have a great selection of cordless nail guns on offer. With unbeatable deals on top brands, and a selection that will easily help you find a nail gun that suits your needs, get the cordless nail gun you’ve been looking for when you shop with us.
In need of upgrading your nail gun? First time buying a cordless option and want to be confident you’re buying the right gun that can be used on anything from a simple DIY job at home to continuous use on-site? At Ace Fixings we only stock products we believe in. With free technical advice at hand, you’ll have no trouble at all finding fixing guns, masonry nail guns, battery nail guns etc.
To make the shopping experience convenient, here are some of the areas to address and questions to ask yourself when shopping for a nail gun.
You’ll want to think about the level of versatility you need from the gun, what applications you need to use it on (e.g., is this for use on wood, concrete etc.), and the “power” system you prefer (i.e., do you want a gun you’ll charge or a gun that uses air/gas).
It all depends on what you need a nail gun to do and what you’ll be using it for. Some of the best-selling cordless nail guns we have available include:
We stock nailers to suit all budgets. Some of the cheaper options, which work as great nailers for DIY work, would include:
Straight nailers are the more popular option. These nail guns will help you attach nails to most surfaces. They’re typically used on interior jobs for skirting boards and such. The nail magazine sits at a 90-degree angle, making it a “straight” nailer.
Angled nailers have their magazines sit at a sight angle leaning inwards to the trigger. This is so someone can get nails fixed into woodwork and such on corners or very tight angles.
Typically, angled nail guns/nailers are better if you’re working in different scenarios but are slightly more expensive (with angled magazines also costing more). If you’re working on the likes of trim and other interior fittings, opt for products listed as finish nailers. These use smaller gauge nails that can be fixed without you risking any splits
The Ace Fixings team are very particular about what tools and equipment we sell on site. They test and use the nail guns to ensure they meet our high standards. That’s why we only sell nail guns from a select number of brands, including:
We provide the following types of nail guns:
If you’re upgrading your current kit, don’t forget to have a look at our range of general-purpose tools before heading to checkout.
As always, if you need help finding the right fixings or tools for the job, chat with us now for expert advice.Read less