Internet #202263275

Model # 14313211308

Store SKU #850748

0081099026874

5/8 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. Mold Tough Firecode X Panels

  • Fire-resistant gypsum board
  • Moisture- and mold-resistant gypsum board
  • For interior applications in areas with limited water exposure
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Product Overview

  • Fire-resistant gypsum board
  • Moisture- and mold-resistant gypsum board
  • For interior applications in areas with limited water exposure
Sheetrock Brand Firecode Mold Tough 5/8 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. Gypsum Board offers moisture- and mold-resistance for interior wall and ceiling applications. Their fire-resistant gypsum core provides additional fire resistance over regular panels. They feature tapered long edges for easy finishing.
  • Intended for fire-rated applications
  • Non-combustible core is encased in 100% recycled, mold- and moisture-resistant face and back paper
  • Score and snap easily
  • Tapered edges for easily concealed joints
  • Quick installation and decoration
  • Resist cracking and warping
  • Can be used for tile substrate in dry locations
  • Use in new, or repair and remodel construction



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Product Overview

  • Fire-resistant gypsum board
  • Moisture- and mold-resistant gypsum board
  • For interior applications in areas with limited water exposure
Model #: 14313211308
Sku #: 850748
Internet #: 202263275

Sheetrock Brand Firecode Mold Tough 5/8 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. Gypsum Board offers moisture- and mold-resistance for interior wall and ceiling applications. Their fire-resistant gypsum core provides additional fire resistance over regular panels. They feature tapered long edges for easy finishing.

  • Intended for fire-rated applications
  • Non-combustible core is encased in 100% recycled, mold- and moisture-resistant face and back paper
  • Score and snap easily
  • Tapered edges for easily concealed joints
  • Quick installation and decoration
  • Resist cracking and warping
  • Can be used for tile substrate in dry locations
  • Use in new, or repair and remodel construction



  • Shop all USG Drywall Sheets here.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Drywall Product Thickness (in.)
5/8 in.
Product Length (ft.)
8
Product Width (ft.)
4
Width (ft) x Length (ft)
4x8

Details

Drywall Features
Fire Resistant,Moisture Resistant,Mold Resistant
Product Weight (lb.)
76.8lb

Specifications

Dimensions

Drywall Product Thickness (in.)
5/8 in.
Product Length (ft.)
8
Product Width (ft.)
4
Width (ft) x Length (ft)
4x8

Details

Drywall Features
Fire Resistant,Moisture Resistant,Mold Resistant
Product Weight (lb.)
76.8lb

Questions & Answers

Can I use it to do basement?

Asked by: Juli
Yes absolutely. This is the perfect product to do a basement wall.
Answered by: Killrog
Date published: 2019-08-31

I have 216 sq.' How many pieces of sheet rock do I need

Asked by: Johnny
One board is 4’ x 8’ which covers 32 sq’. 216/32=6.75 boards. This is only true if you room is perfectly square. To be safe and to allow for cuts, waste and accidental breakage I would get 8 boards
Answered by: Killrog1980
Date published: 2020-02-06

Having trouble picking out a Sheetrock for the bathroom, Im so confused. I need one that is mold ...

Having trouble picking out a Sheetrock for the bathroom, Im so confused. I need one that is mold resistant, mildew resistant , paint on and maybe tile. Any help would greatly be apericated
Asked by: jennyfeance
Just go with the 5/8 green board, used it in my basement flooded 3 Times in 8yrs. Still in great condition so I would recommend for bathroom due to the moisture. Hope this helps
Answered by: John
Date published: 2019-09-02

can I use this on a shower wall that is going to be tiled.

can I use this on a shower wall that is going to be tiled.
Asked by: ss
You CAN, the builders all do it. In fact they use REGULAR drywall, and hope the building inspectors don't notice. However, if it EVER gets just a little wet even from the back, you're going to be sorry, as the tiles will fall off. The stuff is NOT fireproof, moldproof, or waterproof, for that you need to order MGO board from China (and your building inspector won't approve that, either, because there is no American testing done on it.) OR you can use cement board, which is approved, and does work for this purpose, but is not moldproof, nor is it very strong.
Answered by: fixitmanarizona
Date published: 2020-08-13
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