Drywall is ideal if you want to give an interior a new layout and structure without having to pay attention to the statics of a building. Compared to other construction methods, drywall can be erected quickly and easily. No cement has to be processed, so this process is considered to be particularly clean. In addition, there is no drying phase required for cement.
The joints between the plasterboard or connections are filled with a very fast-drying filler. So after a short time you can apply wallpaper or paint the walls with a color of your choice.
Cable ducts and ducts can be easily installed in the spaces behind the plasterboard. Overall, drywall construction is significantly more cost-effective than classic masonry construction. Last but not least, you also prevent moisture from getting into the interior of the building and possibly causing mold growth and other damage.