Browse a wide variety of high-quality and dependable dry lining accessories, including adhesives, fillers, joint cement, plasters, parge coats, render, sealants, screws and tapes. Without these essential tools, installing plasterboards is a difficult task. Take a look at our online product range and order now for quick, reliable delivery.
Dry lining screws and nails are a crucial part of any construction project, and it’s important to ensure that they are of the highest quality possible. All nails and screws in our list ensure that you have all the fasteners and fixings you’ll need to complete your insulation installation projects.
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What are the benefits of dry lining screws and accessories?
It goes without saying that without plasterboard screws and other accessories, insulation projects would not be possible as things would quite literally fall apart. These screws are important because they:
Are quick and easy to install and remove if needed
It can be used with various types of drills
Hold the plasterboard together and ensure they remain in the right place
Are versatile, with the right screw available for any job
What are plasterboard screws used for?
These plasterboard screws can be used across a wide range of jobs, including:
Fixing board to metal framing
Fixing board to timber supports
Fixing plasterboard to studs
How are plasterboard screws installed?
Installing these screws will depend on the exact type of screw that it is, but most can be installed with a power drill meaning it’s easy for anyone to just pick them up and go.
You’ll need to apply some moderate pressure over the power drill and twist it slightly while maintaining the pressure. Continue this process until the dry screw is inside the wall or board.
Which plasterboard accessories are available to buy?
There are plenty of different types of plasterboard and dry lining accessories that can help you with different stops of the installation process. These include:
Joint cements - e.g. Gyproc Ready Mix Joint Cement 12L: An air-drying, ready-mixed jointing material, this joint cement can be used in the traditional 3-stage jointing process and complies with EN 13963, type 3A
Plasters - e.g. Baumit RK70 Lime-based Topcoat Plaster: Suitable as an adhesive, base coat and finish plaster onto Isolair wood fibre boards when installed internally and is suitable for use in internal and external areas
Screws - e.g. British Gypsum Drywall Screws: Available in a range of sizes, these plasterboard screws are suitable to use for fixing boards to metal or timber frames