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Drywall & Plasterboard (Canmore Only)
Drywall is a construction material used to create walls and ceilings. It's also used to create many design features, including eaves, arches and other architectural specialties. It's quick and easy to install, incredibly durable, and requires only simple repairs when damaged. Drywall materials can include plywood and wood pulp, asbestos-cement board, and/or gypsum. Wood fibre and pulp boards are made by compressing together layers or particles of wood with adhesives and are manufactured with wood grain and a variety of other surface effects.
What kinds of drywall do you offer?
TimberTown in Canmore offers six varieties of drywall. Regular drywall, often called white board, is the most common type used in ceilings and walls in homes and commercial projects. In addition, we offer Mold-resistant drywall, Plasterboard, Soundproof drywall, Fire-resistant drywall and VOC-absorbing drywall.
What is Drywall vs. Sheetrock?
Drywall is a flat panel made of gypsum plaster sandwiched in between two sheets of thick paper. It adheres to metal or wood studs using nails or screws. Sheetrock is a specific brand of drywall sheet. These terms are often used interchangeably.