wallboard

[ US /ˈwɔɫˌbɔɹd/ ]
NOUN
  1. a wide flat board used to cover walls or partitions; made from plaster or wood pulp or other materials and used primarily to form the interior walls of houses
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How To Use wallboard In A Sentence

  • Perhaps boric acid or sodium borate can be added to the paper layer or slurry of gypsum during the making of wallboard.
  • If they're really bad, it is possible to glue and screw new wallboard over the existing walls or ceiling.
  • It credits wallboard pricing for the leap in revenue.
  • The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said its investigation also has found a "possible" link between health problems reported by homeowners and a combination of hydrogen-sulfide gas emitted from the wallboard at higher levels than normal, and formaldehyde, which is commonly found in new houses. Chinese drywall linked to corrosion of pipes, wires
  • Many spend their days scrounging metal to sell to a scrapyard, leaving long jagged tears on the inside walls of houses where they have torn wiring out through the wallboard. Cops and Squatters
  • Drywall, often called gypsum, wallboard or sheetrock, is made of a crumbly fire resistant substance called gypsum.
  • Use latex sealers for masonry, patching compound and wallboard; alkyd sealers are best for wood.
  • This anchor is designed for use in wallboard, plaster, or other hollow walls, such as tiled wallboard.
  • This method uses wallboard which is the same thickness as the wall.
  • Structural steel, reinforcing bar, lumber, plywood, gypsum wallboard, plastic pipe and stainless steel sheet were only some of the products experiencing declining price levels this year.
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