Gypsum or plaster wrapped construction material, produced in large sheets to be nailed to wall studs. Also called Sheetrock, wallboard or plasterboard, it comes in a variety of sizes: 4' wide in 6', 7', 8', 10', 12' and 16' lengths and 3/8', 1/2" and 5/8" thicknesses. The 5/8" thickness comes in only the 4' X 8' size because of its weight and is normally used to fireproof walls.
Sheetrock, gypsum board, CaSO42H2O, the interior finish of a wall or ceiling.
A gypsum wallboard used for interior sheathing; commonly known as sheetrock
Sheetrock (gypsum board) that covers the framing and taping, coating, and finishing to make the interior walls and ceilings of a building. Drywall is also used as a verb to refer to installation process.
Gypsum wallboard used to form walls in buildings.
(Construction) A manufactured panel made out of gypsum plaster and encased in a thin cardboard. The panels are nailed or screwed onto the framing and the joints are taped and covered with a joint compound. 'Green board' type drywall has a greater resistance to moisture than regular (white) platerboard and is used in bathrooms and other "wet areas". Also known as Gypsum Wallboard (GWB), Sheet rock or Plasterboard.
A generic term used to describe a range of metal and timber framed assemblies clad with gypsum plasterboard and other board materials for standard dry lining, partitions and ceilings which involve little or no wet operations.
The standard material used to construct interior walls. It comes in 4' x 8', 4 x 12' sheets and in different thicknesses (1/2", 5/8") is made of gypsum and is inert and fire retardant.
Interior covering material, such as gypsum board or plywood, which is applied in large sheets.
The interior walls of a home are usually constructed of drywall. The material is fire resistant, and can be textured and painted to compliment the style of any home. Also referred to as sheet rock, wallboard or gypsum board.
A plaster-based board used in large sheets as a backing or as a substitute for plaster in walls. Also known by the brand name Sheetrock.
Any substitute for plaster such as wallboard, plasterboard, gyproc or sheetrock. Drywall typically consists of several thicknesses of fibre board or paper that have been bonded to a hardened core of gypsum. back to list
A basic interior building material consisting of big sheets of pressed gypsum faced with heavy paper on both sides. Also known as gypsum board, plasterboard, and SheetrockTM.
Pre-formed, paper reinforced gypsum board used to construct the interior walls and ceilings.
A type of interior wall construction applied in 4'x8' sheets, often called by the trade name Sheetrock.
Interior finish material sheet manufactured with gypsum (gypsum board).
Sheetrock on interior walls and ceilings of a building.
General term for a type of interior wall construction using "dry" gypsum wallboard panels instead of plaster. Also called wallboard.
Also know as gypsum board or sheetrock, these large sheets are attached to the wall studs and ceiling framing to construct the walls and ceilings of the home.
Is a panel made from gypsum used for interior wall and ceilings. The panels are either 1/2 inch or 5/8 inch thick and nailed or screwed to the framing studs. To finish the drywall the joints must be taped and a joint compound must be applied and sanded. Kan Build primes the walls and ceilings once the drywall has dried. Also called wallboard, plaster board, gypsum board or sheetrock.
A gypsum board material used for walls or ceilings.
Wall board or gypsum- A manufactured panel made out of gypsum plaster and encased in a thin cardboard. Usually 1/2" thick and 4' x 8' or 4' x 12' in size; nailed or screwed onto the framing and the joints are taped and covered with a 'joint compound'; 'green board' type drywall has a greater resistance to moisture than regular (white) plasterboard and is used in bathrooms and other "wet areas"
A construction material composed of gypsum or plaster wrapped in paper and produced in large sheets that can be nailed to wall studs.
Also known as wallboard or gypsum board, a paper covered panel of compressed gypsum used as the primary wall covering in almost all homes. It can be finished to look like a plaster wall or used to support other wallcoverings.
A common type of wall construction made of plasterboard. Sheetrock or material other than plaster. Also known as wallboard.
(Sheet rock) An interior wall constructed with a dry finish such as gypsum board or plywood.
An interior facing panel consisting of a gypsum core sandwiched between paper faces, also called gypsum board or plasterboard. Different types are available for standard, fire-resistant, water-resistant, and other applications.
A sheet of gypsum sandwiched between two sheets of paper. Used to cover studs and create walls and ceilings.
Panels of gypsum plaster wrapped in thin cardboard and attached to the house framing to create interior walls.
A construction material used as a basis for interior walls in a home. Drywall is composed of an inner core of chalk with a paper facing on each side.
A paper coated board made primarily of gypsum that is commonly used as a finish on interior walls of buildings. It is usually manufactured in 4x8 foot pieces.
A material used during construction typically made of gypsum.