I have two questions:
The first, I'm looking to purchase a Framing Nailer for a few jobs around the house like: building a shed, a fence, dog house and would like some clarification. I have seen 34, 28 and 21 degree nailers an was wondering if there are any great advantage of getting one over the others or is it just a matter of personal preference? I dont think I'll be nailing in any tight spaces. Is there any cost of supplies benefit in getting one degree over another?
The second, is that I am having a house built and the framers put the wrong trusses on the house, it was supposed to have a tray ceiling and they put trusses for a flat ceiling. The builder gave us three options, one is to leave it like it is and get a refund of what we paid for the tray. The second is to have an engineer check it out and advise the framers how to build a tray onsite. and the third is to order new trusses and rip the whole roof off and replace the trusses and sheathing, which would delay the building proces a few weeks.
I know alittle about the building proces but need some expert help and opinions on these two questions. Any help will be appreciated.