The main purpose for drywall screws is securing full sheets of drywall (usually 4-foot by 8-foot for do-it-yourselfers) or partial sheets of drywall to either wood or metal studs. Drywall screws are good for repairing nail pops.
- Extremely sharp points and threads
- Specifically designed to secure drywall to a substrate such as wood or metal studs.
- Lightning fast insertion of the screws into drywall and its support structure.
- Bugle heads, enable drywall screws to embed themselves in the drywall, resulting in a recessed finish, filled with a filling substance and then painted over to give a smooth finish.
- These screws can also be used for woodworking projects