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Irina Pleshanova Please, please! I bought an apartment in a new building, there is no interior decoration, just brick - or is it possible. so that they can dry out with us, I would still do a simple plaster so that all gaps would be filled even under a dry wall. and with attachment, yeah, especially learn in the kitchen. in the bathroom and bathrooms - a unique plaster! You can. Only in this case will you lose some space (the thickness of the cardboard + the width of the guides, the price will cost more. Plus you get brittle walls, albeit, depending on the destination.
Plaster or dry wall
Gypsum is a material that is often used in construction and repair activities to create completely smooth and smooth surfaces of walls and ceilings and for their later decorative finishing. It consists of gypsum or cement, lime, as well as various special additives that enrich the material, making it moisture resistant, forming molds, fungi and other harmful effects on the environment.
Plaster or drywall in the bathroom
Both methods have their own advantages and disadvantages. In case of plaster, you need to spend a lot of time and spend more time on it, drywall will be cheaper and alignment using it happens more quickly. However, the drywall has a major disadvantage, the bath area will become noticeably smaller. This is due to the width of the dry walls and the protective layer, generally the area will be reduced by 6 centimeters from each wall.
Drywall in the bathroom.
The benefits of this method are some cost savings during installation. There is no need to create a frame. However, it is possible that the panel on the wall is positioned to the minimum possible distance. So, with relatively flat walls, the adhesive tape lasts up to 2 cm (on average).
Align the walls in the bathroom with a plaster, a dry wall
If you want your bath to get a really nice looking look, the alignment of the walls in the bathroom will make you one of the crucial stages of turnkey repair. Especially if you removed the old tile and found that the walls are completely uneven! If you have any doubts about the flatness or inequality of the walls, you can use the level of construction.