About Our Self Drilling Drywall Screws

Self-drilling point to aid fixing plasterboard to wall/ceiling track systems with a max 3.0mm thickness.

What are Self Drilling Drywall Screws?

Self Tapping drywall screws are manufactured to be utilized with drywall which is also called plasterboard or gypsum board. Drywall is a panel made of plaster, pressed in between two thick sheets of paper. It is commonly used to produce interior walls and ceilings. Drywall sheets can be produced from fibreglass as opposed to paper for a more long-lasting kind of wall. It is also used to stop the wall from being harmed when exposed to water as a result of leaks or floods.

Do you need a drill for Self Drilling Drywall Screws?

Before you use self-tapping screws, it's helpful, although not mandatory, to drill a pilot hole through the material. This ensures the screw will go in easily and will be positioned correctly. Make sure to use a smaller drill bit than the self-tapping screw itself when drilling the pilot hole.