Face nailing | Article about face nailing by The Free Dictionary
face nailing[′fās ‚nāl·iŋ]
Nailing of facing wood to a base, leaving the nailheads exposed.
Nailing in which the nails are driven perpendicular to the face of the material.
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The face nailing
is necessary because the stapler won't fit that close to the wall at this stage.
I used staples at the top and bottom before face nailing
two brads through each short rail of the front and back face frames (into the side frames).
By eliminating the need for face nailing
, the revolutionary Dryloc system makes trim and siding installation durable and self-leveling.