Drywall

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Drywall

An interior wall constructed with a material such as gypsum board or plywood; usually supplied in large sheets or panels, which do not require water to apply.
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These homeowners may find the competitive cost and convenient construction process of a finishing system to be a sound alternative to traditional drywall construction for their basement remodel.
But in the last few years, what was once considered a long, messy remodeling process has been transformed -- homeowners now have an alternative to traditional drywall construction.
OS with new sports hall performance: Fachlos 16: drywall construction.
Power 1100 mA brickwork from water-struck clinker with insulation, facade construction;175 mA facing brickwork, window openings, brick lining, facade stock;100 sqm plastering and insulation system, facade construction;150 mA shaft wall in drywall construction, facade construction.
Preparation of various drywall constructions with fire and noise protection requirements as well as installation walls.
Preparation of various drywall constructions with fire and noise requirements as well as installation walls.