Drywall & Deck Drivers
Drywall screwdrivers deliver the same high performance as other power drills/drivers, but they include a number of features that prevent damage to your walls. Deck drivers make the process of installing boards on decks much more convenient.
A drywall screw gun uses an auto-feed system to load screws directly on to the tip of the driver, which takes minutes or possibly hours off of the time it takes to complete your project. Depth control features keep you from over-driving and damaging your drywall. A precisely driven screw is easy to conceal and saves you from working to hide the screws or even replacing the drywall sheet.
Deck drill screwdrivers include long drive shafts that let you install screws while you stand, which saves your back. This feature also lets you walk to the next hole, which is much faster than shuffling on your knees. A deck power screwdriver utilizes an auto-feed system, just like drywall models, but they hold the screw securely so you can drive down into the wood.
Make sure to use the screws recommended by the tools manufacturer. For comfort, look for power screwdrivers with soft, ergonomic grips, which saves strain on your hands and provides secure handling to prevent slips. Purchase the lightest drill that still has the power you need for your specific project to reduce fatigue, especially over long jobs. If your job includes both deck and drywall work, you can buy a combo kit with a drywall and a deck driver for convenience.
Drywall screwdrivers help you achieve beautiful results in less time than with standard power drills. Collated deck drivers save your knees and vastly increase your production speed. Before your next project, research the features of our deck and drywall screwdrivers to determine which one best fits your needs and use it to achieve professional-looking results.