Internal walls. by John Streeter

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Published by Henry Stewart Publications in London .

Written in English

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SeriesArchitect"s checklists -- 3
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Open LibraryOL15320564M
ISBN 100946700133

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Also see: Plasterboard. Plasterboard shall be of a suitable thickness for its intended use. Dry lining should comply with BS Plasterboard should be to BS ENand be: mm for stud spacing up to mm; mm or thicker, for stud spacing up to mm.

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They would need to be so simple that anyone with basic carpentry skills could put them up in a day, using just a few tools and causing minimal mess.

And when the walls were eventually taken down, the room would appear untouched. Some houses built during the s had a curved finish to the external corners of internal walls. Cement plaster was also sometimes used in these areas.

Architect-designed houses In architect-designed houses, interiors were generally lined with plasterboard or softboard, but other materials such as plywood and TG&V timber were also used.

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Moisture-damaged drywall will feel soft and spongy, while wood-sheathed walls may feel slightly solid even with a moisture problem.

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