- Anonymous1 month agoFavorite Answer
A variety of materials: Most common for internal walls in modern houses are brick, concrete block, timber or metal stud and drywall (sheets of gypsum plaster faced with paper) or plywood. Older properties have timber studwork, chesnut or similar riven laths and lime plaster reinforced with horse hair. The choice is down to the performance required and the relative cost/availability of materials at the time of construction.
- KLBLv 61 month ago
most interior walls are made of sheetrock, which is crushed rock formed into sheets.
- EdwenaLv 71 month ago
Sheetrock is dirt sandwiched between 2 sheets of paper. Brick is clay dirt that has been cooked in an oven. Concrete is dirt such as sand and gravel in a cement made of ground up burned dirt.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Of stuco and other dangerous supplies
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- elhighLv 71 month ago
That depends on the wall. Shift yourself to be a bit more specific and we can be a bit more educational.