Originally Posted by sithappens
I plan on installing sheets of drywall using screws instead of nails. Figured it's easier to fix a mistake with screws vs. nails. Question, with drywall, do you need to drill a pilot hole first or just screw it in? Just worried about creating cracks.
You can purchase the piece that goes on your cordless drill for the screws.
I am also drywalling at the moment, and because I don't have a cordless drill, I have decided to drill a pilot hole and then hand screw the drywall screw in and it works really well.
You can sink the screws in just perfectly, and never break the paper.
Very time consuming but otherwise great.