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Lath and Plaster
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September 2, 2019 - 2:18 pm
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My last apartment had lath and plaster walls, my current has sheetrock. It seems to me that the old place had better wall sound. Comments?

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J, Absolutely. This is why we do not use drywall. Plaster is preferred but very expensive in the states. We use wood room surface treatments.

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