Our plasterboard screw product options satisfy the three elements of gauge, length, and thread. The Forgefix drywall screw provides a sharp piercing point for many drywall applications. The Timco Solo Screw is another viable option that is used for human-made and timber boards. Our Senco Duraspin Collated Screw provides value for both mains and cordless operated machines. We go the extra mile to meet your plasterboard screw needs. Your project organization is essential, which is why we offer various screw box and screw tub products for your workspace.
Plasterboard screws are a popular method for securing sheets to ceiling joists or wall studs. These screws provide durability because of their hardened steel construction. Plasterboard screws also offer a cost-efficient alternative to wood screws for the more straightforward, interior projects.
Plasterboard screws provide you flexibility because of their gauge, length, and thread. Screws for construction are typically between 1-8 inches in length.
When it comes to screw threads, there are two different options to go with. Coarse screws work with many plasterboard studs. The wide threads are efficient at gripping and pulling the plasterboard against the studs. On the other hand, fine screws are suitable for self-threading for metal studs.
Plasterboard screws are the ideal option for hanging or installing plasterboard, drywall, sheetrock, gypsum board. These screws are even more crucial in securing full sheets of plasterboard, measuring 4-8 feet.
If you own an older home and see your walls have circular bumps, then you are experiencing nail-pops. Plasterboards now emerge as the perfect solution for these issues. Homeowners will also use plasterboard screws for building projects.