Drywall Screws also known as “Sheetrock Screws” are specialized screws that have a bugle head crafted to attach drywall to studs.
Drywall screws have deeper threads than a regular screw which prevents them from loosening out easily.
Wood screws are thicker and made of soft metal that makes them snap-resistant. But Drywall screws are hardened to work under stress.
They securely connect drywall to studs with their coarse threads. These screws, which have smaller heads and finer threads, are effective for holding gypsum boards in place.
This differentiation is crucial because drywall screws are crafted especially to penetrate the paper layer on drywall panel faces unlike other screws and they tend to provide limited and required hold on walls.
For walls constructed of drywall, panelling, or tile, nails and screws are not appropriate. Without the additional support that an anchor offers, they may simply climb out from behind these barriers. Our drywall screws provide the best support a screw can provide.