I know they really generally don't know how to hang drywall, period- Using "impact" drivers. OK --well ---let me re-phrase that. If you hung rock for the guys I learned from, you would not use one a lot, if ever. Small jobs like a few sheets are fine, only if you pop another screw for everyone you break the paper on. Still far more efficient with a dedicated DW screw gun. But don't tell anyone who uses an "impact" in place of one all the time LOLI notice a lot of guys hanging drywall with impact drivers these days. I think they like not dealing with cords. It seems there are way more screws set below the paper. I know this causes pops. What do you think?:thumbsup:
Been a while since I've been involved in hanging drywall but used to use a battery powered Senco strip screw gun and it worked great, set the screw just right. One caveat, we weren't involved in production drywalling so speed wasn't a priority.More questions: I can't sleep. Any advantage in using liquid nail's? Anyone use a strip screw gun like Ridgid or Senco?
I don't know anyone who uses liquid nails. There are pros that use adhesive routinely. I'll use adhesive in some circumstances. If I'm doing airtight drywall approach (developed in Canada), or any other one where I want air sealing, I'll use adhesive. Anything framed on the flat.More questions: I can't sleep. Any advantage in using liquid nail's? Anyone use a strip screw gun like Ridgid or Senco?