Gibraltar Board costs just a few pence a square foot and is simple to use. Score it on both sides, snap it clean — and it's cut. Nail it. Plaster it. And there you have it. A Gibraltar Board lining with a smooth surface for decorating with paint, wallpaper or a textured finish. But that's not all. Gibraltar Board insulates against temperature extremes and noise, resists rodents. It costs little to buy, less to maintain and qualifies homes for lower fire insurance premiums. Most New Zealand homes have Gibraltar Board walls and ceilings. Husbands use it for low cost home renovations. Builders use it for new homes. Gibraltar Board is an outstanding wall and ceiling lining. Use it.
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