Tremont Nail [CFH4V] Steel Flooring Cut Nail - Hardened Finish - 4D - 1 1/2" L - 5 lb. Box

Tremont Nail [CFH4V] Steel Flooring Cut Nail - Hardened Finish - 4D - 1 1/2" L - 5 lb. Box
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Product Details

  • Product Type:Cut Nail
  • Manufacturer:Tremont Nail Company
  • Style:Flooring
  • Metal:Steel
  • Size:4D, 1 1/2" L
  • Finish:Hardened

Flooring Cut Nail

  • Steel Cut Nail - Flooring - 4D - 1 1/2" L
  • Hardened Finish
  • 5 lb. Box - Approx. 165 per .lb
  • Recommended for laying tongue and groove hardwood flooring.
  • Blind/Toe-Nailing only - Do not use this nail for face-nailing softwood flooring because the head is too small.
  • Proudly made in the USA

All Tremont nails are made on original 19th century and early 20th century nail machines, this may lead to variation in head shape and slight differences in nail length. This variation is accepted as standard in the industry.

Blind Nailing - Nailing at a 45 degree angle from the butt-end of the board, which may be flat-surface, ship-lap, or tongue-and-groove. Nails used in this fashion usually have small heads and are not visible when the installation is completed. Also called toe-nailing, the sole purpose of nailing in this manner is functional rather then aesthetic.

Determine the nail spacing requirements for your hardwood flooring, based on the width of the floorboards. Boards 2 to 2 3/4 inches wide need one nail every 8 to 10 inches. Boards 3 to 3 3/4 inches wide require a nail every 6 to 8 inches. Boards 4 to 7 inches wide need one nail every 6 inches

Tremont Nail [CFH4V] Flooring Cut Nail:

Tremont Nail [CFH4V] Flooring Cut Nail

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About Tremont Nail Company

Tremont Nail Company - USA Made Builder's Historic Fasteners & Cut Nails

The Tremont Nail Company specializes in designing and crafting beautiful pieces that stand the test of time.

Time tested for over 200 years. As America's oldest nail manufacturer, they are in a position to offer the older patterns of cut nails appropriate to the period of restoration being undertaken. In addition to a variety of styles of nails, information can be provided to help the restorer in determining authenticity in the project.

Cut nails possess great durability. They are hard to pull out because the wood fibers are pushed downward and wedge against the nails, thus greatly reducing loosening. Once you have used them, you will prefer them for all kinds of work.

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