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Working With Steel Studs

Metal studs are straight and never shrink -- but you do need to know how to work with steel studs and how to attach drywall to steel studs if you want to avoid problems.

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ephraim sithole on August 17, 2015 02:55

i really liked your website. kindly send some video clips on how to screw dry walls on the ceiling with resilient channels.
thank you

Gordon C. Davey on June 05, 2011 05:48

It might be helpfull for the average homeowner/handyman if you tell him there are two different types of drywall screws ..... fine threads for metal studs and course threads for attaching to wooden studs and also special little self tapping screws for installing the studs.

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