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Freeman Professional Flooring Kit (2-Piece )
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Freeman

Professional Flooring Kit (2-Piece )

  • Perfect for Tongue and Groove flooring installation
  • 4-in-1 mini nailer for engineered flooring and trim/finish work
  • Backed by the Freeman 7 Year Manufacturers Warranty
$226.59 /each

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The Freeman Professional 2-Piece Flooring Kit gives you all the tools you need to install most wood flooring. You will be able to install both hardwood and engineered tongue and groove flooring with this kit. The 3-in-1 flooring air nailer and stapler shoots both 16-gauge T cleats and L cleats and 15.5-gauge staples. The PFL618C features two interchangeable base plates that provide stability and protect flooring surfaces from scratches. The body of the nailer is constructed of durable die-cast aluminum to stand up to daily use, while the driver blade is made of hardened steel with an aluminum cylinder and high-quality rubber O-rings. The 3-in-1 comes with wrenches, oil, and a rubber mallet, and the 4-in-1 mini nailer and stapler offers a convenient design that can be used as either a 45-degree brad/staple gun or 18-gauge straight brad/staple gun. Ergonomically engineered for user comfort, it features a 360 Degree adjustable exhaust that helps keep surfaces clean, a tool-free depth-of-drive adjustment and an oil-free, low maintenance motor.

  • Set includes Freeman 3-in-1 flooring air nailer and stapler and 4-in-1 mini flooring nailer and stapler
  • 3-in-1 magazine has a capacity of 100-120 staples or cleats
  • 4-in-1 has a convenient design that can be used as either a 45 degree brad/staple gun or 18-gauge straight brad/staple gun
  • 3-in-1 shoots 15.5-gauge / 1-1/2 in. to 2 in. staples and 16-gauge / 1-1/2 to 2 in. T and L cleats
  • 4-in-1 is compatible with 5/8 to 1-5/8 in. 18-gauge brad nails or staples
  • 3-in-1 includes oil, wrenches and, a no-mar white rubber mallet
  • 4-in-1 includes oil and wrenches
  • 7-year limited warranty
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Can the flooring nailer be used for pre-finished solid wood?

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October 12, 2016
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This particular large floor nailer can not use nails at all (getting jammed), maybe staples only. Decide which type of fasteners do you want to go with - staples or nails (cleats).
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October 12, 2016
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In general - yes. This one - not with nails for sure, maybe - with staples, if it fits your needs.
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April 25, 2016
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Yes the nails or staples go in the tongue, just be careful no to mar the floor if the bottom plate is rough cover it with painters tape.
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April 22, 2016
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The flooring nailer CAN be used on prefinished flooring, but it is NOT recommended. You run the risk, if the nailer slips off the edge of the flooring while being struck by the mallet on accident, it will scratch the prefinished surface. I would recommend one of the Freeman nailers that comes SAFE for prefinished flooring, equipped with a non marring base like the PDX50C... Read More
The flooring nailer CAN be used on prefinished flooring, but it is NOT recommended. You run the risk, if the nailer slips off the edge of the flooring while being struck by the mallet on accident, it will scratch the prefinished surface. I would recommend one of the Freeman nailers that comes SAFE for prefinished flooring, equipped with a non marring base like the PDX50C... http://www.homedepot.com/p/Freeman-3-in-1-Flooring-Air-Nailer-and-Stapler-with-Fiberglass-Mallet-PDX50C/202072452 Read Less
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April 21, 2016
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The Freeman Professional Flooring Kit can be used with solid wood flooring.
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can both nail guns be used on 1/2 inch engineered hardwood?

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October 12, 2016
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No. The brad gun is too small for the floor applications, it should not be in this kit.
This particular large floor nailer can not use nails at all (getting jammed), maybe staples only. Decide which type of fasteners do you want to go with - staples or nails (cleats).
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This particular large floor nailer can not use nails at all (getting jammed), maybe staples only. Decide which type of fasteners do you want to go with - staples or nails (cleats).
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April 18, 2016
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The mini flooring nailer would be fine for 1/2" engineered, the larger nailer would not be recommended for this application. It is not safe for pre-finished flooring and shoots a 16ga cleat or 15.5ga staple, both which can potentially damage the tongue of engineered flooring because of the fastener being too large. I would strongly recommend the kit below, safe for pre-finished flooring and the larger Read More
The mini flooring nailer would be fine for 1/2" engineered, the larger nailer would not be recommended for this application. It is not safe for pre-finished flooring and shoots a 16ga cleat or 15.5ga staple, both which can potentially damage the tongue of engineered flooring because of the fastener being too large. I would strongly recommend the kit below, safe for pre-finished flooring and the larger nailer shoots 18ga (thinner) L-cleats, recommended for Engineered flooring installation.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Freeman-Professional-Flooring-Kit-with-Fasteners-2-Piece-P2PFK14/205449872
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April 15, 2016
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Yes, both guns are suitable for that application.
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It looks like brads rather than nails are used. What are the benefits/deficits to brads used by these guns when used on 3/4" red oak tongue and groove

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Does this work and hold up over time on solid 3/4" hardwoods, rather than laminate flooring?
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October 12, 2016
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Brads have tiny heads. The benefits - they can be installed completely invisible + you don't need to predrill. Large diameter nails or screws will split wood without predrilling.
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January 13, 2016
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I used 15ga staples from my Hitachi stapler... No problem on 3/4" Hickory.
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September 10, 2015
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There are two nailers in this kit. The larger nailer will install 1/2" - 3/4" Solid Hardwood Tongue and Groove Flooring using 15.5 gauge staples or 16 gauge cleats. You should check with your flooring manufacturer to see the recommendation for the fastener that should be used to install your flooring. The smaller nailer is an 18 gauge nailer and can drive 18 gauge Narrow Crown Staples or 18 gauge Brads. Read More
There are two nailers in this kit. The larger nailer will install 1/2" - 3/4" Solid Hardwood Tongue and Groove Flooring using 15.5 gauge staples or 16 gauge cleats. You should check with your flooring manufacturer to see the recommendation for the fastener that should be used to install your flooring. The smaller nailer is an 18 gauge nailer and can drive 18 gauge Narrow Crown Staples or 18 gauge Brads. This nailer will install 1/4" - 5/8" solid or engineered flooring. Read Less
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CAN I USE STAPLER TO AFIX FURRING STRIPS TO CEILING TRUSSES THAT WILL SUPPORT 1/2SHEETROCK CEILING BOARDS. SHOULD I USE BRADS OR STAPLES IF RIGHT TOOL

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August 26, 2016
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I would imagine, with a max nail length of 1-5/8", this will not work for the furring strips project you've described. Most likely a longer finish nail, like a 16ga 2-1/2" or a longer medium crown construction staple.
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No you should use screws, the stapler is for flooring and the staples go in at an angle not to hold weight.
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Professional Flooring Kit (2-Piece ) is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Piece of junk The whole kit if a piece of junk. 1) The little gun is too small for floor applications. Floor jobs require 2" nails, and this one drives only 1 5/8". It should not be in this kit. 2) The large gun - the usual problem with 3-in-1 products - they are not good for any application. This gun supposed to drive staples and nails. The groove is wide enough to accept any of them. As a result - the groove is too wide for nails, the pushing spring keeps sliding by a nail pack, and the gun gets jammed all the time non stop.
Date published: 2016-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great I do not have alot of experience in home improvement but this product is great. It has not jammed on me and is user friendly. It is a confusing on changing things out and placing the nails and cleats. I really like using it and makes the job really easy. I do suggest to buy a good air compressor and take the time and money to outfit the air line correctly. Great buy.....:)
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Never used a flooring nailer before, always used a hammer and nail set to install flooring. It w... Never used a flooring nailer before, always used a hammer and nail set to install flooring. It was easy and fast. There was one jam, which was easily & quickly cleared. This was only one flooring project covering about 2,000 square feet. Still I am thrilled and impressed. Even if I never use it again, it has paid for itself.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The review is from a first time, weekend warrior floor installer. I've used pneumatic nailers be... The review is from a first time, weekend warrior floor installer. I've used pneumatic nailers before, but never a floor nailer. That being said, this was a piece of cake to use. While installing over 400 sq. ft. of 3/4" maple, I never experienced a failure or a jam. I added a few drips of oil on every 2nd string of nails, and it worked perfectly. The only issue I had was trying to adjust the required air pressure for the small tool. It required about 10-15 more pounds of pressure, but I think that is due to the length of the staples I was using and not a reflection on the tool. If you're considering a do-it-yourself flooring project, don't be afraid of this set. I called our local rental spot and to rent just the big nailer it was $22 per day. Doesn't take a mathematician to figure out it is cheaper to buy this set than to rent an abused, worn out tool. Stop looking around and pull the trigger on this set. The small tool is virtually free when you compare it to other nailers at this and other stores. Good luck!
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gift for Husband Needed to rent a nail gun to install flooring which is way too much money. Decided to purchase this kit for any additional projects and gave to my husband for his birthday.
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid Value and expert advise Simple assembly out of the box. Great advise from customer support to choose the right fastener to use with the floor nailer. This device drives cleats perfectly every time into tongue and groove Oak Planks.
Date published: 2016-03-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Experience Installed my first 300 sq/ft of 3/4" solid hickory without a problem. Only jam occurred when my 4 year old tried to hit it. Cleared jam easy. Smooth and fast operation. Very happy so far.
Date published: 2016-07-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Strong, Jamb-Free Nailer Save yourself the money and buy this nailer. Renting makes you rush and you never know how the others before you treated the tool. This nailer is priced right and you can use it over and over again without any new charges! No trips back and forth to the store with a rental (be sure to add the gas into your estimates) and you can work at your own pace if you only have weekends free (like me). I bought this kit over just the flooring nailer because of a current sale/promotion. The only downfall was that this kit didn't come with any hard plastic cases for the tools. I contacted the Freeman customer service and for a very reasonable charge they sent me a nailer case. So after paying just under the cost of the flooring nailer, I have everything that would have come with it plus the flooring stapler. I can't speak to the flooring stapler as I haven't used it yet, but I can imagine it was built to the same high quality as the flooring nailer. I used 3-5 drops of tool oil at each reload and didn't have a single jamb all day. I went about 12 hours straight working by myself and didn't have a single problem with the nailer. I used this in conjunction with a PC 6-gallon pancake compressor and it was able to keep up just fine. The only time I had an issue with the nail not setting correctly was when I was up against a wall and had a hard time getting the force behind the mallet. I call that user error, so I have nothing bad to say about the tool. So far I have installed 200 sq ft, but have another 200 sq ft to go on this project and will have more hardwood projects to come for sure.
Date published: 2013-06-02
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