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Advantages of Using Dry Construction Technology in Interior Construction

Construction Tech Review | Wednesday, February 24, 2021

The advantages of dry construction are obvious: the price is low, the processing is simple, safe, and fast.

FREMONT, CA: As everybody knows, the journey of constructing a building is tedious. With the construction industry still in the unorganized sector, there are no fixed regulations to control its functions. Construction stakeholders are going beyond conventional methods and experimenting with new methods. One such approach that holds a lot of promise is dry construction. Unlike traditional construction systems, dry construction involves prefabricated components that can be assembled on the site. Such a process is different from the legacy way of building that uses bricks and concrete.

The materials used in drywall construction are gypsum board, plywood, fiber-and-pulp boards, and asbestos-cement boards. The large, rigid sheets are fastened directly to the building's frame with nails, 

screws, or adhesives or are mounted on furring. This method is largely used in interior construction by builders. Drywallingprotects houses and buildings against negative influence from outside and inside and ensures a pleasant, healthy room climate. A further contribution to good indoor development is offered by materials free of pollutants or clean the air of pollutants. Besides the functional aspects of dry construction, space design is a vital task. The quality of the floors and walls contribute to the comfort of living in a room.

Dry construction opens up vast possibilities for effective sound insulation and pleasant room acoustics. There are walls and ceilings made of building materials with a high weight soundproof against airborne so

und. Even better noise protection values can be gained by combining special plasterboards and insulating materials, which fill the cavities in the drywall. The inner insulation of drywalls absorbs the sound energy and further mitigates it. The paneling at the back of the partition is a layer, so no noise can penetrate the outside. The soundproofing can be reinforced by dry construction for fixing the drywall panels. Partitioning rooms, redesigning apartments, and entire floors are practically unlimited thanks to practical drywall systems.

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