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drywall

Also called wallboard or gypsum board,it is a panel of gypsum covered on both sides with paper and used as the primary wall material in home construction. Commonly also called by a particular brand name, Sheetrock.

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A: USG manufactures building materials like wallboard and joint compound, ceiling tile and grid, exterior sheathing and roofing products.
Rowley will remain available to the board in an advisory capacity for two years and credits successor, Executive Vice President, Gypsum Wallboard Dave Powers, with guiding "American Gypsum's path to becoming the industry leader in lowest cost production and customer satisfaction--the most important foundational elements of our broader company strategy."
Of course, we will also use The Big 5 as a platform to launch Sheetrock wallboard, and to educate the market about its special characteristics.
Normally, when you think of contact center supervision and administration, visions of giant wallboards spring to mind.
According to the company, as of 1 February 2011 users of AgentView wallboards through BT are no longer receiving manufacturer-backed support from BT.
"USG is investing in its future, even in challenging market conditions, to further our reputation for innovation leadership," said Diane Earll, senior director, Product Management for Wallboard, USG Building Systems.
Valley Design adds that its Dyecoat is appropriate for building components like doors, window frames and blinds, appliances, furniture, ceiling tiles, bathroom fixtures, wallboard, glass panels, decorated windows and signage.
Cleaning only requires the use of ordinary soap and water saving the expense of specialist deep cleaning agents and costing little more than standard wallboard; it requires no decoration or maintenance.
The center boasts improved water efficiency, reduced light pollution, and the use of recycled materials such as carpet, ceiling tiles and gypsum wallboard. While this facility illustrates the Service's growing environmental commitment, these steps are just a few of many to come.
Then, cut out the wallboard from stud to stud; install horizontal blocks at the top and bottom of the opening and complete the installation by wrapping the opening with wallboard; wood trim and shelving; or by installing a cabinet.