If you’re working with drywall, it’s important to invest in the basic tools you’ll need. One of the most important of these is the saw that you’re using. Whether you’re cutting things down to size for a corner, making the perfect butt joint, or just patching a hole, you’re going to need some sort of saw.
We’ve gathered together some of the best saws for drywall around, so let’s take a look and figure out what kind of saw you’ll need.
Top 3 Best Drywall Saws
|Name||Handle Type||Extra Features||Rating|
|Stanley 20-556 6-Inch||Rubber and Plastic||Specially hardened teeth||4.9|
|Milwaukee 48-22-0304||Rubber and Plastic||Unique rasp/blade combination||4.8|
|Shark 10-2206 Rockeater||Plastic with Crossguard||Sharpened “punch” tip||4.7|
|DEWALT DWHT20123 2-in-1||Rubber and Plastic||Folding tool with rasp included||4.7|
|Stanley 15-206 Jab||Wooden Handle||None||4.3|