These anchors provide a strong point to hang something from. Please note that as the name would imply, these drywall anchors are made for walls -generally 3/8″, 1/2″ or 5/8″ sheetrock thickness. If you find this article useful and/or interesting, kindly make use of the ‘Like’ or ‘Tweet’ button or share it with a friend. We do appreciate you stopping by. Thank you.
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In maintaining your home, there are many reasons you might need to use a wall anchor in a masonry, or block wall. There are certain tools you will need. They are not hard to find. Nor, are they hard to use. The use of hammer drills or any loud percussive tool should be accompanied by the use of eye and hearing protection.
An occasional cracked or broken window is not uncommon in most homes and can be easily and safely repaired in most cases.
One of the more common repairs a homeowner will face is drywall repair after some inadvertent circumstance results in there being a hole in the wall or ceiling.