Dimensional drywall is sawn on both the top and bottom, and guillotined to an 8" depth. The name 'dimensional' refers to the calibrated nominal heights that are available, which allow for a modular building pattern with or without using mortar.
Dimensional walls are often built in a drystack manor, meaning stacked without mortar, and offering a hairline joint and contemporary outcome. These walls are easy and fun to build, and are staples in a professional landscape design.
Eramosa, Brown, Lindsey, Strata, Hope Bay, Charcoal
8" bed / depth
2" / 4" / 6" / 8" calibrated heights
Sawn top and bottom
1 ton covers approximately 20 square / face feet.