What size Sheetrock is in a mobile home?
Also asked, can you put Sheetrock in a mobile home?
Mobile homes are designed to be light, but the walls still have wooden studs and manufacturers will often use 1/4-inch paneling to cover the framing. The wall studs are spaced to support 4-by-8 panels, so the mobile home drywall, which comes in 8ft by 4ft sheets, should be no problem to install.
Also, how much does it cost to put drywall in a mobile home? The cost to install drywall is about $1.50 per square foot. After material and labor are added in, the cost per panel can range from around $40.00 to $60.00. A typical 12x12 room, for example, will use 12 panels. This would put the cost at $480.00-$720.00.
Also asked, what are mobile home interior walls made of?
Manufactured homes often use vinyl on gypsum wall panels or VOG panels. These vinyl coated walls have a shiny finish and usually, have some sort of pattern like flowers printed on the paper under the coating and over the gypsum. Builders used VOG panels because they are lightweight and easy to install.
Do they make 1/4 inch drywall?
1/4-inch: Not a common thickness, 1/4-inch-thick drywall is used as a skimming (or double-wall) material for placing over an existing surface. 1/2-inch: Half-inch drywall panels are the standard thickness for interior walls, as well as ceilings.