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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over damages caused by defective Chinese-made drywall was handed down as a federal judge awarded families millions in damages.
Estimates are that 600 million pounds of drywall were imported from China, with 60 percent of the stuff going into Florida homes.
Notice alone, however, will not completely alleviate the impending costs faced by those connected to Chinese drywall. Rather, policyholders should anticipate the possibility that coverage will be declined and should be prepared to challenge such determinations.
Another tip: Whenever papering new drywall, apply a coat of sealer or sizing first.
The other common cause is a different surface texture over the drywall joint.
Early analyses show that drywall on the inside surfaces of outside walls adds to a house's strength.
New England is a battleground for the [H.sub.2]S controversy surrounding the gypsum drywall portion of alternative daily landfill cover (ADC) created from mixed C&D fines.
In the gallery's second room were three other works, the most striking of which was horizon, drawing in blue, a mantlelike structure roughly constructed from drywall with a sheet of blue glass inclining toward the viewer at a formidably sharp angle.
During the program, tons of wasted drywall will be separated into two separate products, paper and gypsum.
Although VSC and Drywall made various arguments to support the proposition that Dr.