Central Maine Drywall,Inc., located on Western Avenue (Route 202) in Manchester, has been serving the state of Maine since 1990. We pride ourselves on providing exceptional drywall installation and finishing work with excellent service and competitive pricing. Our reputation for working closely with contractors and homeowners is well recognized throughout Maine.

Our Services Include

Exterior & Interior Metal Stud Framing – Drywall Installation & Taping – Sheathing – Exterior Insulation Finish Systems (EIFS) – Acoustical Tile Ceilings – Thermal & Sound Insulation – Air Vapor Barrier Systems – Rough Carpentry – Door, Frame & Hardware Installation – Fiberglass Reinforced Panels (FRP) – Painting – Wall and Ceiling Texture Application

Which Drywall Product Should You Request?

There are several different types of drywall to choose from based on the intended use.
1. Regular Drywall or White Board:
is normally white on one side and brown on the other. It probably is the most economical drywall type and comes in different sizes ranging in thickness from 3/8 inch to 1 inch.
2. Green Board Drywall:
is also known as moisture resistant drywall. It is more resistant to moisture than regular drywall and is somewhat more expensive. It is not waterproof, so don’t use it if it’s going to be in contact with water. Also used as tile backer in limited wet areas, e.g., bathroom and basement walls, plus kitchens, laundry and utility rooms.
3. Blue Board Drywall:
is also known as plaster base board. Blue board is used for veneer plastering, as the surface paper has special absorption qualities. It has a high water and mold resistance and there are fewer steps involved in veneer plastering. Blue board drywall is not made for mud, tape and paint. It works well in bathrooms or places with a lot of moisture. Additionally, this type of board helps reduce noise and offers low emissions.
4. Paperless Drywall:
has been replacing paper drywall over the last years. This type of drywall is covered with fiberglass instead of paper, which protects the gypsum board from rot and offers even greater resistance to mold and mildew. The quality of the board is a little tougher than regular drywall. Paperless drywall has some slightly textures that will require applying joint compound to achieve a smooth clean finished drywall appearance.
5. Purple Drywall:
is an improved moisture resistant product that offers the same advantages of regular drywall, but with superior moisture and mold resistant characteristics. It may be installed in all wall and ceiling applications and is ideally suited where enhanced moisture and mold resistance is desired.
6. Type X Drywall:
is fire-resistant drywall. Several thicknesses can be used in layers to achieve a higher fire rating. It is harder to cut and work than regular drywall and normally is used in garages, mechanical rooms and apartment buildings, as it is required by several building codes. Type X drywall is made with special noncombustible fibers. It normally comes in 5/8 thickness which can also improve its soundproofing characteristics.
7. Sound Proof Drywall:
is composed of laminated drywall made with a mix of wood fibers, gypsum and polymers increasing the STC (sound transmission class).

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