Drywall Screws

To secure wallboard to wood framing during building or restoration projects, use drywall screws. To penetrate drywall without breaking it, most drywall screws have a fine tip and a tapered bugle head. Their coarse, broad threads cling to wood and plasterboard with a tenacious hold. Trim screws feature small heads and are used to join wood or composite materials with the least amount of nail showing. For plasterboard installation, SupplyApp provides the correct drywall screw. Today is the day to shop.