Senco RoofPro 455XP Roofing Coil Nailer

February 17, 2014 by
Filed under: Carpentry, Manufacturing, Nailer/Stapler 

When I first started doing remodeling work about 20 years ago, my parents took me to the local tool distributor and asked them what the best nailer would be for me. The owner of the place pointed to a Senco.

What I remember about my first Senco nailer was that it was built like a tank, really smooth, had very little recoil, and was reliable. Well, fast-forward 20 years, and that’s how I’d describe the Senco 455XP. The Senco 455XP is an elegant tool.

Power: The recoil on this nailer is very light, yet it drives with power to the set depth.

Depth Adjustment: I commonly use roofing nailers for felt, flashing, siding, and not just for shingles. The  455XP adjusts well to each of the jobs mentioned above.

Ergonomics: The 455XP is a well-balanced nailer. I think the weight of the 455XP tames the felt recoil to a minimum.

The next time you are in the market for a roofing nailer, do yourself a favor and check out the Senco 455XP. I’m sure in 20 years, you’ll be thanking yourself that you did.

More info: Senco.com

To buy: Senco 455XP (3D0101N) Roofing Coil Nailer, Contact Actuation (amazon)

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