Bynford hardwood flooring stapler review introduction. Hardwood flooring has become extremely popular in recent years, so it’s good to know the Bynford Hardwood Flooring Stapler is a nail gun specifically designed to tackle the job.
While the Bynford Hardwood Floor Stapler is not recommended for commercial use, it is ideal as a stand-by tool for the professional. The Bynford Stapler is ideal for the DIY’er looking to lay their own hardwood flooring, this well made, economically priced stapler provides all the power and speed required to give a professional finish and can prove to be cheaper than renting a stapler for a few days. The nailer easily converts from a stapler to a brad or nail gun and takes all standard brads and staples.
The features of the Bynford Flooring Stapler
- Adjustable shoe to accommodate different flooring thicknesses
- Accommodates flooring 1/4 inch to – 9/16 inch (3/4 inch in limited applications)
- Uses standard 18 gauge narrow crown staples
- Can also be used with 18 gauge brad nails up to 1-9/16″
- Light weight
- 2 head positions
- Safety lock off
- Manufactures Warranty
Bynford Hardwood Flooring Stapler Review
The Bynford Hardwood Flooring Stapler Nailer is the ideal purchase for those installing their own hardwood or laminate flooring, the lightweight compact machine has all the punch needed to fix wood flooring to a high standard, without the expense of a heavy duty commercial nailer and can actually work out cheaper than hiring a nail gun or stapler for a few days.
Having the ability to take just about any brand of brad or staple is a real bonus, and makes keeping the gun stocked with hardware more economical, as some of the more specialist nailers can become very expensive when re stocking with nails and staples.
The ability to angle the nail gun from straight to 45 degrees makes the job of laying flooring so much easier as you can really get into the angles, although some users did comment that they found switching between the two fiddly, however once you have done it a couple of times and mastered the technique it is very quick and simple. The ability to angle the nailgun makes it ideal for use in other situations other than flooring for example working inside a cupboard, closet or other enclosed space.
The adjustable shoe plate gives the Bynford Hardwood Flooring Stapler Nailer great versatility with the capability to accommodate different thickness of flooring, this depth of drive facility means the staple or brad is correctly positioned for the density of the wood or other material allowing for a professional finish every time.
The safety lock off prevents to nail gun from being fired accidentally, which could prove to be extremely dangerous and is a very important safety feature of the nail gun.
While the staple mode of the nailer assists in the fixing of the flooring panels, the brad mode is ideal for adding the trim molding around the edges once the floor has been laid, and this is where having the 45 degree angling really comes in useful.
The compact light weight construction of the Bynford Hardwood Flooring Stapler Nailer makes it ideal for use by women too, as the design means you don’t have to have massive upper body strength in order to use it safely and for prolonged periods. The construction also makes it ideal for use in other situations were holding onto a heavy piece of equipment could be dangerous for example balancing at the top of a ladder, because while the nailgun may be entitled Hardwood flooring stapler, once the flooring is complete the nailgun can be put to other uses around the home, office or other space, this little machine isn’t restricted to just flooring, there are many applications where using a stapler or nail gun is the ideal.
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Final Comments about the Bynford Hardwood Flooring Stapler
The Bynford Hardwood Flooring Stapler isn’t recommended for the heavy duty work a professional would put their tools through, the nail gun is targeted at the DIY’er, but for a small unit it can certainly punch above its weight, and once the flooring is finished, it’s a great power tool to have around the house for all those little jobs that require a nail, brad or staple.