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Quality plasterboard or drywall is an essential building material when installing new partitions, walls or ceilings. Affordable, low-mess and relatively simple to fit, our collection includes several types of plasterboard, suited to different rooms and tasks. From moisture-resistant plasterboard that's perfect for bathrooms to denser options for stronger sound-proofing, find the perfect fit for the job at hand. Don't forget to explore our plastering tools and accessories for everything you need to achieve an expert finish.


  • Gyproc Handiboard - Square Edge - 1220 x 900 x 9.5mm

    Gyproc Handiboard - Square Edge - 1220 x 900 x 9.5mm

  • Gyproc Moisture Resistant Square Edge Plasterboard - 1200x600x12.5mm

    Gyproc Moisture Resistant Square Edge Plasterboard - 1200x600x12.5mm


Frequently Asked Questions

Plasterboard is a versatile building material that every DIY enthusiast needs. Easy to apply and decorate, plasterboard sheets are handy to have around when you’re reimagining your rooms. Standard plasterboard is brilliant for most spaces in the home, from the lounge to the master bedroom. Some special types are especially dense, perfect for reducing noise. Alternatively, if you’re looking to refresh your kitchen or bathroom, moisture resistant plasterboard is the type you need to add to your trolley. We also sell a range of plastering tools and accessories, so you can find all the extra bits and pieces you need to complete the job.

What is the difference between drywall and plasterboard?

Drywall and plasterboard are very similar substances and the terms are often used interchangeably. However, the key difference between the two lies in their filling. Plasterboard is made from a plaster mixture sandwiched between two sheets of paper or fibreglass. Drywall, on the other hand, is made from gypsum sandwiched between two pieces of paper or fibreglass. Gypsum is a natural material that is found in the earth and collected through mining. Typically, plaster is a mixture of gypsum, sand and water.

How much does it cost to put up a plasterboard wall?

Plasterboard is a relatively inexpensive material, making it a very cost-effective option. It is also easier and less messy to install than traditional plaster.

Should you plasterboard walls?

The short answer is yes! Applying plasterboard directly onto walls is far quicker than traditional plaster - taking less than a day, rather than the several days required for a quality plastering job. To fix it in place, you'll just need specialist drywall or plasterboard screws.

Can you put plasterboard directly on walls?

Yes, you can. Plasterboard is designed to be stuck directly onto walls or a pre-built frame. You can also paint plasterboard, as the paper coating is a similar surface to wallpaper.