Primatech Q500 floor nailer £172.95 @ davro online - HotUKDeals
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Continuing on from my last post, another item I needed for my DIY project. This is a floor nailer designed for fixing solid wood and engineered wood flooring to wooden subfloors. In the past I have "floated" engineered wood flooring but I hate the spongy feeling of it under my feet. If you want your floor to feel like that of the badminton court at your local sports centre then it needs to be firmly fixed down with either nails or glue. This tool is ideal. Never heard of the retailer. Phoned them and they were busy for a while. Finally got back to me and seemed to know what they were talking about so I took a risk. Ask me in a couple of days when the item turns up (or not) whether it was worth the risk!

Note to overzealous mods based on recent experiences posting here. No I am not affiliated with the retailer.
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#1
Just what I've always wanted!
#2
You can hire these which might have been a better option unless you intend to get a lot of use out of it.
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springdaddy
Just what I've always wanted!
Perhaps I should have given it a harder sell.
Increase the value of your home by laying high quality wood flooring yourself and fixing it down properly so that it feels rock-solid underfoot thus giving the impression it was laid by a carpenter (as opposed to the spongy feel underfoot which makes the floor feel to your house-viewers like a very amateurish DIY project that they will probably be thinking they will have to remove right after moving in).


Edited By: reakt on Jul 08, 2014 23:49
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donaldduck2
You can hire these which might have been a better option unless you intend to get a lot of use out of it.
Ahah, I looked into that.
You see what these go for second-hand on eBay. About the amount you're paying for it new, on this site I have found. I.e. save the cost of hiring by buying it cheaply and then selling it as "used only once and complete with all the original instructions".
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reakt
donaldduck2
You can hire these which might have been a better option unless you intend to get a lot of use out of it.
Ahah, I looked into that.
You see what these go for second-hand on eBay. About the amount you're paying for it new, on this site I have found. I.e. save the cost of hiring by buying it cheaply and then selling it as "used only once and complete with all the original instructions".
lot of money for one nail
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Bobby Davro?

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