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Should drywall be nailed or screwed?

Drywall should be screwed in place.
87%
There is no significant difference.
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Question: Should drywall be nailed or screwed?
Top Answer (87% of 16 votes): Drywall should be screwed in place..

Answer: Drywall should be screwed in place.
Explanation: I use nails to tack a piece of drywall into place but will finish fastening with drywall screws because they have superior holding properties.
Flat Out Drywall LLC
Answer: There is no significant difference.
Explanation: Does not matter.
Lark D Drywall,llc
Answer: Drywall should be screwed in place.
Explanation: Strong structural results
Evolving Interiors
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Answer: Drywall should be screwed in place.
Explanation: Drywall should be screwed down, back in the day nails were used that's why you see nails piping out with time, with screw this will never happen.
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