Drywall

drywall

Drywall

Traditional drywall is made of gypsum plaster pressed between two thick sheets of paper, resulting in a panel which is used to make interior walls and ceilings. This method has replaced the slower alternative of forcefully spreading a plaster base onto a wall. Using drywall is less time and labor consuming, as it only needs hand finishing at the joints and fasteners. Drywall saw its start in the early nineteen hundreds as “Gypsum Board” and has since evolved into the lighter, more durable drywall with features like fireproofing, moisture resistance, mold and mildew resistance. For more information about drywall products please follow the links below:

Drywall Product:
GP | USGNational Gypsum

Joint Compounds:
USG

Beads, Tapes and Caps:
USG

Drywall Tools:

Drywall How To:
USG / The Gypsum Construction Handbook

Go to top!© 2014 Midwood Lumber & Millwork. All rights reserved.          1169 Coney Island Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11230 Phone: (718) 859-8100
Corporate Web Design