A: This nail does not have an approval number. However, our coil roofing nails (see link for example) for pneumatic nailers do have a code number. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Grip-Rite-1-1-4-in-Smooth-Galvanized-Collated-Roofing-Nails-7-200-Pack-GRCR3DGAL/100
A: No, That is not the intended use of the product.
A: I did... worked great
A: We have to refer you to the shingle manufacturer as to how many fasteners you will need to support the job. As for the proper fastener to use for underlayment such as asphalt felt or synthetic felt, local building codes will help you decide on the length of the fastener but a plastic cap roofing nail should be used for such an application. Most of the country uses a 1” plastic cap with certain parts of the country demanding a longer one. Check what your local Home Depot store stocks and that will tell you what length you will need to buy.
A: You need at least a 5# box for your shed project. The felt paper can be held in place with staples, and the shingles will secure the paper when they are nailed on the roof.
|Name||#11 x 1-1/4 in. ElectroGalvanized Steel Roofing Nails (5 lbs.-Pack)||#11 x 2 in. Electro-Galvanized Steel Roofing Nails (5 lb.-Pack)||#12 x 1 in. Metal Square Cap Roofing Nails (3 lb.-Pack)||#11 x 1-1/4 in. Electro-Galvanized Steel Roofing Nails (10 lbs.-Pack)|
|Nail Length (In.)||1 1/4 in.||2 in.||1 in.||1 1/4 in.|
|Shank Type||Smooth Shank||Smooth Shank||Ring Shank||Smooth Shank|
|Nail Coating||Electrogalvanized||Electrogalvanized||Bright Finish||Electrogalvanized|
|Product Weight (lb.)||5 lb||5 lb||3 lb||10 lb|
|Fastener Type||Non-Collated Roofing Nail||Non-Collated Roofing Nail||Non-Collated Roofing Nail||Non-Collated Roofing Nail|
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