BYNFORD HARDWOOD FLOORING STAPLER NAILER (Uses standard narrow crown staples such as Senco “L” etc)

September 23, 2013 - Comment

An economical and well made general purpose hardwood flooring stapler. Although not recommended for commercial use, this is ideal as a backup tool for the contractor, or for the person laying their own floors (way cheaper than a few days rental!) the value in this tool is hard to beat. This tool is ideally suited

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An economical and well made general purpose hardwood flooring stapler. Although not recommended for commercial use, this is ideal as a backup tool for the contractor, or for the person laying their own floors (way cheaper than a few days rental!) the value in this tool is hard to beat.

This tool is ideally suited for floors up to 9/16″, although we recommend you check your flooring instructions to make sure the 18 gauge narrow crown staple is recommended for your floor. Some thicker harder floors (eg. Bamboo) may require a larger tool. On harder woods, we recommend using the shortest staple which meets your installation requirements.

And when done your floor, you can easily switch of the nose for a standard one (included) which converts the tool to a standard narrow crown stapler/combination 18 gauge brad nailer!

Product Features

  • Uses standard 18 gauge narrow crown staples AND 18 gauge brad nails up to 1-9/16″
  • Shoe easily adjusts to multiple floor thicknesses
  • Easily converts to as standard combination stapler/brad nailer
  • Designed for floors from 1/4″ – 9/16″ (or 3/4″ in limited applications)

Comments

Joe says:

A great flooring stapler at a great price!!! I installed 800+ feet of 3/8 engineered oak hardwood flooring using over 8000 staples, and the stapler worked perfectly. There were no miss-fires, and the stapler would not shoot a staple if I didn’t have it lined up correctly – which is a huge plus, because I’ve used others in the past that would put a staple in the surface of the floor if you didn’t have it placed on the tongue properly. Even if you’re only going to install a few hundred square feet of flooring, this is worth buying because…

ttamnoswad says:

good basic floor stapler. I used this stapler to install 600 sq ft of 3/8 inch engineered flooring into an osb subfloor. Works well but started getting several misfires towards the end of the project. not any jams though.I got in the habit of checking after each trigger pull to make sure that a staple was fired from the tool. You have to look for an actual staple rather than the depression that the tool makes into the wood when dry fired. Speaking of that, since this is a cheaper tool there is no dry fire…

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