Drywall, aka gypsum board, is an essential attribute of a serious apartment renovation. In the 90s and a little later, finishing with this material was called “European-style renovation”, although it was invented in the USA, decades have passed since then, and we successfully continue to use this method of cladding in interior design. Drywall has established itself as an inexpensive, fairly convenient, simple and at the same time reliable material. Not the last role is played by its environmental friendliness.
The sheets are attached to the surfaces either with special gypsum mastics or on the crate (which happens more often), in Europe it is mostly wooden, but in our country the profile of the galvanized steel crate is common. Installation of the structure is quite simple, vertical elements are attached to the upper and lower longitudinal parts at a distance of 60 cm, forming a kind of skeleton, to it, on both sides, we fasten the sheets themselves with the help of special screws, for sound and heat insulation between the sheets, the space is filled with glass wool. An adhesive-based primer is applied over the installed elements, the cavities from the screws are leveled with putty, a reinforced tape is applied to the joints between the sheets, on which the putty is subsequently applied, and we get a perfectly flat surface on which we can safely apply paint, glue wallpaper or tile.
Drywall is truly indispensable in the interior, with the help of cardboard knives, it can be cut as you like our design abilities and ideas, with the help of drywall ceilings are made, ordinary and more complex, multi-stage, various modules for lighting lamps, arches and openings, hide load-bearing beams or other unwanted elements. As a result, our apartments and premises acquire unique layouts and outlines with the help of two layers of cardboard filled with gypsum in the middle. As the saying goes “All ingenious is simple”
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