Planning a Drywall

The Drywall is the most commonly used interior design method today. But due to the technical building standards, the drywall should be well planned. What has to be considered when planning a drywall, we have summarized below for you.

Interior installation with drywall walls

The drywall has long since replaced the masonry stone wall in the interior. If drywall construction is significantly cheaper and faster, basic rules must be observed. In particular, the sound insulation suffers considerably if the drywall is not planned exactly. But also later requirements must be considered when building a drywall.

To be considered when planning

The technical standards should be adhered to, especially in the case of a new building: montieren Install the drywall in front of the screed on the bare floor

  • Consider sound insulation
  • Allow for any payloads (especially in rooms such as the kitchen, where a high - required load is to be expected ) Drywall on screed
  • The drywall on screed has the disadvantage that the sound can spread unhindered over the screed. This is an important point, especially for a drywall projected for long-term use. Höhere In certain rooms, such as kitchens, bathrooms and toilets, higher required loads are to be expected (kitchen cupboards, sanitary fittings, etc.). This must be taken into account when planning. In addition, there are generally higher payloads, because in these rooms, the walls are usually clad with tiles. For plumbing installations such as toilets and sinks additional wall installations are required.
  • Material selection during planning

Different materials must also be used, depending on the premises. For example, conventional plasterboard panels are completely unsuitable for use in wet rooms. Meanwhile, the selection of different materials in the drywall is extremely large, ranging from the classic plasterboard to completely weather-resistant EPS plates.

Material quantities in drywall during planning

Depending on the later requirements, the material requirement also differs. Thus, to achieve a higher load, for example, in the kitchen or bathroom, the walls in the drywall can be double-planked. The stand distance of 62.5 cm can be halved depending on the procedure, which is why the need for upright profiles then increases. Viele Many aspects have to be planned for a drywall. Basic requirements for the technical construction standards fall as well as individual requirements. For a large project, it is therefore advisable to consult an experienced drywall expert.

Tips & TricksYou will find in the house journal many guides and instructions around the drywall. For example, you can read here how to grind a drywall.

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