Drywall partitions are usually made from enhanced gypsum plaster boards that use popularly used to divide interior spaces in offices, schools, homes and other building uses.
The use of regularised drywall partitions can be systematically portioned to create individual sections of spaces. Despite being makeshift walls, they are strong and robust enough to last a lifetime with minimal maintenance.
Drywalls can come with soundproof or fireproof properties, which make them suitable for office spaces and meeting rooms to prevent the entrance of nearby noise.
Benefits of Drywall Partition
Drywall partitions consume less water than other types of wall partitions. It therefore requires much less time to erect a drywall, up to three to four times faster, than compared with a masonry wall.
Lightweight and Flexible
Drywalls are lightweight in nature compared to a concrete wall, thereby reducing the cost of construction. Due to its lightweight property, it is a highly flexible option that allows users to customise wall partitions based on specific requirements and space planning.
Sound and Thermal Insulation Properties
Drywalls can help create soundproof partitions to reduce noise generated from outside or adjacent rooms. They are also excellent thermal insulators, improving the efficiency of air conditioning by keeping areas cool.
Drywall is made of a fire-resistant material and takes around an hour before it catches fire in the event of fire emergencies.
Despite its material, drywall has a smooth surface appearance and visually looks no different from a regular concrete wall. This allows it to be easily painted or decorated on. Wallpapers can also be installed on it to provide specific finishings on the surface.
Drywalls are made of gypsum plaster boards that are highly environmentally friendly. In addition to requiring little water, they can be recycled easily and reused.