Yeah, I agree we shouldn't glue subflooring either, only use box-nails, never glue trim, never glue crown...that way its much easyer to take houses apart during a re-model....heck maby lego would work well.If and when I run into glued sheetrock I'll place a curse on that mans family that will never go away.
We don't glue ceilings in Florida, if we don't use 5/8" boards, we will use 1/2" ceiling boards and I haven't seen them sag.I know this is repeating myself,but apparently few are reading and comprehending. AARC is 99% correct about glue. It is not faster to glue and screw compared to only screwing, even if it's negligible. If you are foolish enough to believe only screwing is the best way, you are either stupid and/or stuborn. I have been gluing and screwing ceilings and walls for 38 years and had zero problems or complaints. I don't understand the amateurs who don't glue ceilings. Please enlighten me. By reducing the amount of fasteners by at least 50%, every one is a winner. Our responsibility as hangers is to make sure the drywall is as tight and flat as possible and that is ONLY achieved by gluing and screwing. If you want to live in the past, you can never move forward.:clap: