I know how inventive a lot of the guys in this NG are, so can it be
done? I was thinking I could attach a block of wood to the topside
front of the nailer to give it the angle and then off I go. Any and
all comments appreciated.
Rent the flooring nailer somewhere. They are made to seat today's
twisted flooring and use the correct nails to hold it in place. Our HD
here rents them for about $35 bucks a day.
You can bang down a helluva lot of flooring with it if you precut and
plan before you start installing.
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