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Part 1 : LOFTwall VS Drywall

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 03:06 AM
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by LOFTwall ( last modified Jan 20, 2011



When you think of walls you typically think of Drywall, the ubiquitous materials used to build walls in the modern world. It's readily available, low cost and easy to finish, but it's permanent, labor intensive and not very flexible. If you have a space and need some walls to add privacy or rooms which approach is better?....So in this head to head challenge let's see how they stack up!

Ground Rules: We'll assume you have an open space(studio, loft or office space), and need to partition off 3 areas for room or offices. You want to build two 8' wide walls to create 3 areas.

It's obvious that from a hard cost perspective Drywall is hard to beat, but if you factor in labor cost to build the wall or want flexibility down the road, LOFTwall has a lot of upside for flexibility, modular design and mobility.




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