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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Greg Quality material at a great price!
This drywall is very easy to work with and is very lightweight. One thing I appreciated about this drywall was the paper. Given a good knife, the paper cut easily and didn’t tend to tear. In fact, I really only had to score it before snapping my cut. I also used a couple of different saws on this material with very good results. My keyhole saw works great for manual cutting, and my dremel saw can be set to cut very precisely because the consistency of dimension is perfect every time. This material was easily lightweight enough for me to maneuver by myself. I could actually pick up two sheets with ease and move them around my shop.
For the price, this is a great buy. I highly recommend this drywall for all size construction projects. Home Depot is very competitive on price and this is a quality material that is easy to work with.
September 4, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jake Light but Sturdy
Was completely surprised with how light and sturdy this sheetrock is. Initially thought it wouldn't hold up once I started cutting it. Did walls and ceiling with it with the help of my wife. Held up quite well and takes mud just as good.
May 22, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rklsdrivr Ultralight Drywall
Ultralight Drywall is really a great product and in my opinion is a long time coming. I have personally installed millions of feet of drywall, everything from lead backed in x ray rooms, to 1/4 inch flex in round entry ways.. Every type and brand there is, I have worked with. Not only is is lighter, it is easier to work with, more rigid that the original. And I do believe when installed correctly it does make a flatter surface. As anyone will tell you drywall in itself is not a perfect product and the results depend entirely on who is working with it. Lightweight drywall does not have and problems the original doesn't. I used 14,000 feet in my personal house.. No sagging on lids, no cracks. All I can say is Thank You and its a long time coming!
September 30, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DeltaLady1946 Will cover 2nd floor walls & ceilings!
We are in the process of putting this Ultra-Light gypsum board up on our 2nd floor which is approx. 600 sq. feet. We could not do this on our own, however, if we did not have a Home Depot panel lifter! It makes it an EZ one-man job!
Because we are in no hurry, we started a few months ago with 10 panels and are now working on the next ten. We only buy and pick up a few each month so by Aug of 2015, we will have our final inspection and will then get our Certificate of Occupancy for our second floor!
No dry wall is light as air, but trust me - this is as light as it's going to get! It's extremely sturdy also, however, unless you treat it roughly - than that's on you!
We will continue to purchase this item from our local Home Depot until such time as we are done!
August 5, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by EddieTheAffordable Great product
This was my first time hanging drywall and the products that I purchased from Home Depot were excellent to get the job done and easy enough for a first time user. I started with plastic knives because they were cheaper but they lost their edge quickly and felt weak. The flexible blue steel knives were perfect. More expensive but I should have started with them initially to get the job done right.
May 10, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by lorenjay It's sheet rock.
It's sheet rock. It didn't break, it was straight.
October 14, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by RooferJohn Oh my god is this drywall light and white
You wouldn't believe how easy it is to carry two sheets of this stuff at once, especially when drywalling a roof. Carrying two sheets up a ladder and laying it on the trusses was so much easier than carrying OSB or shingles. I'm going to do every one of my roofs from now on with drywall. Maybe I should have bought that 'moisture resistant' green board stuff, but the paper seems pretty resilient.
March 10, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by DIYRob Well....it's light.
Sure it's lighter than the traditional drywall but supposedly it has the same strength. Not quite. If you take a piece of old drywall and dig your fingernail into the gypsum, you can't scratch out anything. If you do the same thing to these new ultralight boards, you can dig it out which concerns me. Doesn't take much to break it either. As I was turning it around, I bumped it against the wall which ended up breaking part of it. Not a big deal since i had to cut it down to size anyway but still. I know we're not suppose to be kicking our walls but they should be able to take some punishment.
September 17, 2013