I just found this forum and I have a question for some experienced builders out there. I am having a house built in the spring and plan on doing some of the work myself, such as roofing, siding, decking, as well as building a detached garage. I would like to get an air compressor and some accesories(nailers) to aid in this endeavor. I also plan on building some furniture for my house later on. What should I look for in a compressor(size, psi, oil or not) what size of nailer should I get. I am assuming I will need two, a larger one for framing and siding, and a smaller one for trim, and woodworking. Or is it smarter to borrow/rent one for framing/siding and just get one for the small stuff. And I would appreciate any advise on brands and specs on the nailer.
Which Do I need? Finish or Brad Nailer???
Owner's manual for Craftsman air compressor 919.1653...
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