About Our Drywall Screws

Made from durable C10-18 steel and boasting a core hardness of up to 450 HV, our drywall screws have a 25 degree super sharp point for easy penetration and are manufactured to the highest standards, conforming with JIS B1125 (1995) and independently tested to IFI specification ASTM C1002-89. Choose from a variety of sizes and lengths from 3.5 x 25mm to 4.2 x 75mm.

We have a great selection of plasterboard screws for coarse and fine fixing. Offering a variety of thread types and piercing for fast fixing of plasterboard to light steel, wooden studs or metal partitions. Available in a wide range of sizes and threads, and available from top trade brands, rated and reviewed by people like you.

How do you use Drywall Screws?

When working with 1/2-inch drywall panels, use 1-1/4 or 1-3/8-inch nails or screws. When working with 5/8-inch drywall panels, use 1-3/8-inch or 1-5/8-inch screws. In most cases, securing drywall will require fewer screws than nails.

What is the difference between Wood Screws and Drywall Screws?

Wood screws are better than drywall screws for woodworking projects. Drywall screws are made of hardened, brittle steel, and the shaft will often snap during installation, especially if they’re screwed into hardwoods. That can be a disaster when you’re working with finished material and you want to remove the screw to reposition something—it’s nearly impossible to get the broken-off shank out of the wood without damaging the surface. Drywall screws are hardened so that the Phillips slots won’t strip out under the stress from high-speed screw guns. Wood screws are thicker and made of softer metal, making them more snap-resistant.

What does Champion Timber offer?

Our range of drywall screws has something to suit any project. With a wide variety of sizes and thicknesses, as well as self-drilling screws available, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for. Save even more money with big multipacks of drywall screws and stay stocked up for all your DIY needs.