Masonry nails are designed to penetrate hard surfaces like brick, concrete, mortar and stone.
Manufactured with galvanised steel, these fixtures are thicker, stronger, and designed with a fluted shaft that enhances grip. Unlike standard nails, which might bend or break in masonry, concrete nails are specially designed for use on hard surfaces.
Their galvanised steel construction offers rust resistance and long-term reliability for outdoor applications. However, they can also be used indoors. Whether building a garden structure or renovating your home, working with masonry nails demands specific tools.
While a regular hammer may work with wood, masonry nails require more force. A framing nailer or hammer can provide the power you need to drive these hardened fixtures into brick and concrete.
At Beesley & Fildes, we stock premium masonry nails in varying lengths and finishes. Choose the right tools for your project and set off to DIY success.