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Home Drywall

Drywall accounts for roughly 95% of all interior wall construction in the United States. During the first half of the 20th Century, drywall quickly became ubiquitous in building for its speedy installation time and its lower labor cost compared to traditional plaster. The drywall trade continues to evolve with new products and tools that increase productivity and elevate the quality and standards of drywall installations.

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