About Our Nails
Champion Timber stocks a full range of nails including galvanised nails that are coated in zinc to prevent rust, all the way to specialist screws with a permanent screw-like grip that allows the nail to have a high resistance to withdrawal. Nail your latest project with our selection of coppered, galvanised and bright nails, suitable for a range of different applications. Choose from a range of nail types including cladding nails, clout nails, clasp nails and more.
Indoor or outdoor, for tough, long-lasting durability even in damp environments, give Champion Timber's stainless steel, galvanised and sheradised nails a permanent home in your toolbox. Whether you’re decking, cladding, fencing or roofing, find the right nails for the job – for less.
How deep should Nails be in wood?
The accepted rule of thumb is the nail length should be 21/2 times the thickness of the wood you are nailing through. Thus, for 1-inch-thick material, you would use an 8-penny nail and for 2-inch-thick material, you'd use a 16-penny nail.
A great selection of galvanised plasterboard nails and green outdoor corrosive-resistant galvanized nails, available in various packs and sizes. Galvanised nails have undergone a galvanisation process that involves covering them in order to form a protective barrier making them highly resistant to rust and corrosion, and the ideal product for outdoor uses.