Drywall In A Dry Way
Drywall, also known as plasterboard, is a gypsum plaster panel sandwiched between two thick paper or fiber cement sheets. Interior walls are normally constructed with drywall partitions. Fiber cement sheet walls are highly sturdy, environmentally friendly, and flexible. Fiber cement sheets can be used in a variety of architectural applications, from false ceilings for halls to mezzanine flooring material, in addition to drywall construction.
In comparison to other traditional methodologies such as brick/block, Drywalls take less time, are easier to install, and require less labor.