FastenerUSA, Meeting Your Construction Staples Needs


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  • Free shipping on all orders.
  • Lightning-fast delivery times.
  • Only high-quality products.
  • Variety of products for all types of construction projects.
  • Bulk purchase discounts for construction companies and contractors.
  • We are pleased to provide larger quantities to meet the demands of contractors and construction companies.


Do You Need Help with Your Purchase?


If you need help finding the right type of staples for your project, do not hesitate to contact us. We are proud to offer excellent customer service and support throughout their purchase process.


You can contact FastenerUSA via phone (877) 593-2723 or our contact form to answer any and all inquiries. Find the best staples for any project at FastenerUSA.


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How Do I Know What Size Staples I Need for My Staple Gun?


Selecting the right staple size for your staple gun depends on your project, the material you're working with, and the compatibility with your specific staple gun model and brand


Do Galvanized Staples Rust?


When exposed to moisture, galvanized staples may rust over time. To minimize the risk of rust, they are typically used in indoor projects where moisture exposure is limited. 


What Size Staples to Use for Wood?


The type of staples you should use in wood depends on your specific woodworking project. Here are some common wood projects and the recommended staple sizes:


  1. Upholstery: 20, 21, and 22-gauge
  2. Carpet Installation: 19-gauge
  3. Attic Roof Insulation: 19-gauge
  4. Fine Carpentry: usually 18-gauge


How to Load Staples in a Staple Gun? 



Loading staples into a staple gun depends on the type of gun you have. Here are the three most common ways to do so:



  1. Rear Loading
  2. Bottom Loading
  3. Top Loading


How to Staple Insulation?


To staple insulation effectively, follow these steps:


  1. Choose the 20-Gauge Staples. 
  2. Prepare the Area.
  3. Measure and Cut Around 20 Inches Wide.
  4. Start from the Center.
  5. Space Staples Evenly
  6. Avoid Over-Stapling.



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