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Since 2006

UNI Hardware Co., Ltd.

Jiaxing Uni Hardware Co.,Ltd. is a factory specializing in the manufacture of screws and anchors. Meanwhile,our international trade team is dedicated to new projects,such as stainless steel fasteners,solar parts,riggings,hose clamps etc.After a long struggle,UNIFIXS become more and more famous at home and abroad. We are able to supply different markets with an annual production capacity of over 10000tons. And our products are mainly exported to over 30 countries such as Panama, Columbia, Peru, Germany, Poland, Japan, Spain, Italy, Australia, Russia and etc.

No matter what product you choose, quality is guaranteed,and it comes at a competitive price. Strict production procedure and quality controlling are carried out in every product batch by our well-equipped laboratory to make sure that only qualified products can be delivered to our customers. It's worth mentioning that our packaging team accept MOQ,we customize packaging according to customer requirements,our aim is to grow our business by expanding yours.
As China Custom Drywall Screws Manufacturers and Wholesale Drywall Screws Factory,UNIFIXS has always focused on research, development and innovation,we constantly encourages and trains team, in order to enhance its services,especially after-sales service. Welcome further more valuable comments from you,no matter if its good,so that we can go forward in the problems and improve team services. We look forward to doing business with you.

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With our annual production capacity of more than 10000 tons, we can meet the needs of different customers with different purchase quantities. custom Drywall Screws suppliers in China.

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How to Install Drywall Screws?

Installing drywall screws is a fundamental step in the process of hanging drywall in construction or renovation projects. Proper installation ensures a sturdy and flat surface for finishing and painting. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to install drywall screws:
Tools and Materials:
Screw gun or cordless drill with a screwdriver bit
Drywall panels
T-square or straightedge
Utility knife or drywall saw
Joint compound (mud)
Drywall tape
Screwdriver (optional)
Installation Steps:
Prepare the Drywall Panels:
Measure and cut the drywall panels to the desired size using a utility knife or drywall saw.
Mark any cutouts for electrical boxes, switches, or openings.
Position the Drywall Panels:
Starting from one corner of the room, lift the first drywall panel and position it against the wall or ceiling. Leave a 1/4-inch gap between the panel's edges and any adjoining surfaces.
Locate the Wall Studs:
Use a stud finder or knock on the wall to locate the position of the wall studs or ceiling joists behind the drywall. Mark these locations on the drywall using a pencil or chalk line.
Install the First Screw:
Place the tip of the screw at the center of the drywall panel near one of the corners.
Using a screw gun or cordless drill with a screwdriver bit, drive the screw into the wall stud or ceiling joist.
Sink the screw just below the surface of the drywall, but be careful not to overtighten, as it can damage the drywall.
Continue Installing Screws:
Place additional screws along the edge of the drywall panel, spacing them every 6 to 8 inches vertically and 12 inches horizontally. Ensure that the screws are driven into the wall studs or ceiling joists.
Repeat this process for each panel, ensuring they are properly aligned and that there are no gaps between them.
Install Screws in the Field:
Once the edges of the Drywall Screws are secured, continue to install screws in the field of the panel. Space the screws approximately 12 inches apart vertically and horizontally across the entire panel.
Ensure the screws are slightly below the surface of the drywall but not so deep that they break through the paper surface.
Tighten and Check for Flushness:
As you install screws, periodically check the drywall's flushness to the studs or joists by running a T-square or straightedge along the surface.
Tighten any screws as needed to eliminate any noticeable gaps or bulges.
Repeat for Additional Panels:
Continue installing drywall panels one by one, ensuring they are properly aligned and securely fastened to the studs or joists.
Fill Screw Indentations:
After all drywall panels are installed, apply joint compound (mud) over the screw indentations to create a smooth, seamless surface.
Embed drywall tape into the mud over the seams between panels to reinforce the joints.
Finish and Sand:
Apply additional coats of joint compound, feathering the edges to create a seamless finish.
Sand the dried joint compound until the surface is smooth and ready for painting.

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