Should you disregard Marc’s advice of going with plaster from his Drywall vs. Plaster post (and I don’t blame you. What does Marc know anyway? Sheesh. He’s only the guy who pays me … oh, oh right. Err, disregard this post’s title, will you?), you’re going to need something to drill your drywall sheets in with for your home renovation project.
One of the best selling drywall screwdrivers on the market is Mikwaukee’s 6742-20 6.5 Amp model, and with good reason:
While Milwaukee markets this product as “ideal for drywall, assembly, flooring, fencing, roofing and deck construction applications,” the majority of reviews we saw from DIY handymen and general contractors alike agreed that its very best and most consistent application is with drywall. If you have a few drywall sheets in your future, this might be the tool to use. The current price on the Milwaukee 6742-20 Drywall Screwdriver is a ridiculously low $54.99 from ToolKing.com – so not only is it a reliable tool, it’s a bargain.