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Synonyms for drywall

a wide flat board used to cover walls or partitions

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The suit alleged that the major drywall companies - including American Gypsum, Lafarge, National Gypsum, PABCO, Temple-Inland and USG--forced direct purchasers to pay significantly more than they otherwise would for drywall products by grossly increasing their prices through collusion.
For Hebe Drywall, techniques such as search engine optimization, directory placement, and professional content creation can make a huge difference in how many new customers reach out to schedule an appointment.
You can leave one or both ends exposed and simply finish them with drywall.
And Gypsemna is starting to play an important role in the Qatari market and through the GCC and MENA regions with products of the finest quality, providing quick drywall solutions that are also cost effective.
Researchers used a Plexiglas chamber divided by various types of gypsum wallboard, also known as drywall, of different thickness levels.
The Drywall Safety Act sets chemical standards to limit the amount of sulfur that can be present in domestic and imported drywall, allowing the Consumer Product Safety Commission two years to promulgate a rule pertaining to sulfur content; requires the Commission to update its remediation guidelines to prevent contaminated drywall from being reused or recycled; expresses a sense of Congress that China must be held accountable for the damage imported product has caused in American buildings; and, institutes a labeling requirement so defective drywall can be traced to the manufacturer.
Nearly 70 percent of additional drywall demand generated between 2011 and 2016 will be attributable to China and the US.
is facing numerous claims from consumers, who say that the company's faulty drywall emits high levels of hydrogen sulfide gas.
Of course, the damages various parties have sought to recoup have been significant, as the expense of identifying, tearing out, and replacing drywall, coupled with repairing other property damage, has been substantial.
Mumford: We plan to examine CGL coverage issues in the context of claims by homeowners against builders, drywall subcontractors, and suppliers.
Following hurricanes Katrina and Rita, both of which struck in 2005, contractors used more than 1 million sheets of Chinese drywall while rebuilding residential and commercial properties.
2010-36 does not provide any safe harbor relief for the many taxpayers who purchased defective drywall homes as investment property and trade or business property during the building boom.
Taxpayers may seek relief under IRS Revenue Procedure 2010-36, which addresses tax implications of corrosive drywall and the resulting economic loss.
Most Chinese drywall that is the subject of litigation against manufacturers, developers, contractors, and suppliers was imported to the United States between 2004 and 2007.
The decision came in favor of Armin and Lisa Seifart who had to leave their five-bedroom home in Miami last year due to corrosion and foul-smell caused by the Chinese drywall.