4. Roofing nail: This type of nail is used for attaching shingles to a roof. It has a large head and a spiral shank that helps to secure it in place.
5. Masonry nail: This type of nail is used for attaching objects to concrete or masonry surfaces. It has a hardened steel shank and a blunt point that can be hammered into the surface.
6. Concrete nail: This type of nail is similar to a masonry nail but has a hardened steel shank with a fluted design that helps it grip the concrete or masonry surface.
7. Upholstery nail: This type of nail is used in upholstery work to attach fabric to a wooden frame. It has a decorative head and a short shank that is easy to conceal.
These are just some of the most common types of nails and their properties. The type of nail you choose will depend on the application and the type of material you are working with.