If you have the inclination to take on a renovation project at home but don’t want to get bogged down with a large number of tools, then there are a few home projects you can do with a nail gun. With a nail gun at your disposal and a few other building materials, you can install some additions to your home, both large and small, to give it a fresh new look.
Build a Deck
Whether you are installing it in your front yard or your back, adding a deck can give you and your family space to comfortably spend time outdoors on stable ground to barbeque, chat, or play games.
Nails for the Job
Avoid using screws when laying down the wooden flooring; nails have much more shear strength to handle the horizontal force. You’ll want to use a round head framing nail gun to properly anchor the wood down and make sure the nails penetrate deep enough to avoid a shifting floor.
Create Some Furniture
With sturdy wooden pieces and your nail gun, you can create custom pieces of furniture for your home. You can pick and choose the dimensions to tailor your new pieces to the existing living space around them to fit your furniture wherever it needs to go.
Bare Furniture or Upholstered
Depending on what you want, you can either have furniture that is bare wood if it is meant for your kitchen table, or you can apply fabric if it is destined for your living room. If you do decide to add some fabric to your newly-made furniture, be sure to use a staple nail gun to ensure you properly attach the fabric.
Install Hardwood Flooring
Hardwood floors are highly sought after in homes because of their sleek look and easy-to-clean surface. Adding hardwood flooring can not only benefit you while you live in your home, but it can significantly increase the value when you decide to put it on the market.
Work Fast and Efficiently
Using a pneumatic nail gun will help you get your job done quickly while anchoring your hardwood solidly into the ground. Like installing a deck, you need to make sure the nails travel deep enough to avoid any possible shifting when people are walking on the surface.
What Can Your Home Benefit From?
Smaller projects, such as building furniture, are a great way to pass the time if you find yourself with it. But larger projects, such as adding a deck or new flooring, consume a lot of time and energy while possibly prohibiting the use of certain areas of your home. Before undertaking a home project with your nail gun, consider if the potential inconvenience is worth the result.