Definition of drywall
: a board made of several plies of fiberboard, paper, or felt bonded to a hardened gypsum plaster core and used especially as wallboard
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The damage in the new hospital was limited to drywall and flooring and won't impact the project opening date, McAfee said.
The deal follows one of the largest acquisitions in ABC’s history – the $675 million purchase last year of drywall distributor L&W Supply Corp.
Have a water source handy and use a piece of drywall or Sheetrock to protect pavement or grass.
Framing is complete and drywall hung for some of the 34 suites that range from $200,000 to more than $300,000 per year.
The officer also found drywall dust inside the man's phone cover.
In typical condominiums, the drywall and everything in the bearing walls is common area.
Neil Nelson, president of Engineered Structures Inc. in Meridian, Gardner’s buildng contractor on its Downtown projects, says costs for materials such as concrete, steel and drywall increased more than 10 percent since 2012.
Sick of asking your partner to fix the drywall, mow the lawn, fix the leaky sink, take out the garbage, unload the dishwasher, or clean the kitchen?
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Definition of drywall for English Language Learners
: building material that is used for making walls and ceilings and that is made of large sheets of plaster covered with thick paper
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