We love walking clients through the drywall phase. Always makes a home seem brighter and brighter as the structures take true shape.
The name “drywall” refers to the fact that walls made of the material are installed without the use of water. A major problem with plaster had been the extremely long drying time associated with it, as it was installed wet, and installers had to wait for the previous layer to dry before installing the next one. Drywall is made of primarily of the mineral gypsum. The word “gypsum” comes from the Latin term “gypsos,” meaning “plaster.” (Thanks, HowStuffWorks!)
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