A List of Essential Drywall Tools You Must Own
If you’re going to work with drywall, you’ll need the right tools for the job. Below is a list of the most important and essential must-have drywall tools you ought to own.
You’ll need a drywall knife, and it is best if you get three sizes to meet any project need: 4-inch, 6-inch, and 12-inch.
Drywall T-squares are 48 inches long which is long enough to cut the length of a full sheet of drywall, which comes in very handy.
Electric Drywall Saw
These are essential when you need to cut medium to large-sized pieces of drywall.
A jab saw is a hand saw with teeth and a point that allows you to jab into drywall to start a cut when you don’t have an edge available.
Sand ceilings, high walls, and large areas of drywall with a sanding pole.
To fasten drywall, drywall coarse-thread are fine-thread screws are the way to go.
Have a cordless drill for fastening your drywall.
The utility knife is a tool that has a large variety of uses.