Is Drywall Part Of The Exterior Wall?

Answer:

Mostly an interior wall type covering, drywall can be used on exterior walls if it’s protected from any long exposure to moisture, or if it’s used as a base for other kinds of siding. If it’s the outermost surface, drywall will need to be sealed to ensure that is lasts as long as possible.

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Mostly an interior wall type covering, drywall can be used on exterior walls if it’s protected from any long exposure to moisture, or if it’s used as a base for other kinds of siding. Continue reading below Our Video of the Day If it’s the outermost surface, drywall will need to be sealed to ensure that is lasts as long as possible.


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What's the difference between wall board and drywall?

Drywall is the rigid gypsum-based board that forms most walls in homes. Often called wallboard, drywall is usually 1/2 inch thick. It is either screwed or nailed directly to the wall studs. If you could see behind the drywall or remove it, you might see any of the following:

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