Dry Walling



A drywall is a high performance lightweight interior wall system consisting of a GI steel frame, encased in gypsum plasterboard on either side attached with self-drilling drywall screws. The joints are then taped and finished with gypsum jointing compounds. Drywall’s can be used to partition any interior and are the preferred choice of construction for a range of applications, in homes, hotels, schools, and industry. They are strong and robust and can typically last the lifetime of a building unless they are subjected to abuse or alteration.  Consumes 95% less water than masonry construction.

 Drywall’s can be built three to four times faster than conventional masonry (brick/block) walls. Masonry construction is not only laborious, it also needs a lot of water curing. Drywall, as the name implies, is a water-free process and hence can be put up much faster, which means your project/home is always delivered on time.  Drywall’s are easy to put up and need less labour. In masonry construction, the wall needs to be `chased’ after it has been constructed to provide for services like electrical wiring. Service management for a drywall, on the other hand, is a planned activity. Service slots are provided in the system, thus making the process easy and less time consuming.
Drywall’s are eight to ten times lighter than masonry walls, reducing the dead load of the structure. This assumes significance especially in high-rise structures, resulting in not only structural cost savings, but a reduction in the burden (both ease and cost) of moving up heavy material. Studies have shown that drywall’s lead to structural cost savings of as much as 15%.  In creating and dividing spaces according to your needs.  Drywall’s are very flexible when it comes to creating and dividing spaces, allowing easy customisation of interiors. Their versatility allows you to maximize the usable area within a given space.   Drywall’s are made of gypsum plasterboard, which is 100% recyclable and has low embodied energy. Drywall’s are also water-free, thus saving precious natural resources.