As soon as a conversion or extension of a room is pending, dry construction is primarily used nowadays. The classic example here is the converted attic. Thanks to the flexible installation of drywall, rooms can be almost completely redesigned according to one’s own taste. Another option is to suspend ceilings to save heating costs or visually enhance the room. Drywall can also be used to cover walls very easily and quickly or to effectively conceal water pipes / electrical wiring.
Mostly, drywall is non-load-bearing walls, which are built with sheetrock and lightweight construction. Incidentally, the term drywall comes from the fact that it does not require water or water-based building materials, such as concrete, clay or mortar. This makes drywall a quick and very clean solution.