Gypsum board, also referred to as drywall, is the name given by manufacturers to a particular board that has a gypsum core and a paper front. For wall, ceiling, and partition systems in residential, institutional, and commercial constructions, gypsum board is often a top-tier building material. This product's joints and fastener heads are covered with a joint treatment system, giving it a seamless look while providing a monolithic surface for designs. Gypsum board is a panel commonly sandwiched between a facer and a backer that is formed of calcium sulphate dihydrate (Gypsum) with or without additions (typically thick sheets of paper).
Gypsum board, often known as drywall, wallboard, or plasterboard, is used to create interior walls and ceilings. Its non-combustible core and paper faces set it apart from other panel-type building goods like plywood, hardboard, and fiberboard. Gypsum wallboard produces a continuous surface that is suited for most forms of interior décor when joints and fastener heads are covered with a joint compound system.
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