We carry a variety of heat guns made by Steinel, DeWalt, Milwaukee, Ryobi, and Metabo. Our heat guns are of premium quality and easy to use. They come in both corded and cordless varieties as well as traditional and barrel-grip styles, so you have a range of options to choose from.
Heat guns are an incredibly versatile tool. They are primarily used by painters to soften up old paint, but they also have diverse applications in automotive repair, arts and crafts, household uses, plumbing, welding, and remodelling.
Heat guns can be used to soften a multitude of different materials, including paint, resin, acrylic, plastic, PVC, and adhesive. Using a heat gun can make removing old materials easier by making them soft and pliable. They can also be used for drying certain materials, warming frozen pipes, and sealing shrink wrap and tubing.
Some artists use heat guns to create a certain effect on their paint or resin. Welders frequently use industrial-grade heat guns that reach much higher temperatures. Similarly, heat guns can also be used for soldering.
Most heat guns have a variety of temperature settings so you can use the same tool for lots of different projects. Whether you’re drying out damp wood, thawing frozen pipes, or softening up old materials, a heat gun is a perfect tool for the job.