Gypsum plaster is one of the oldest forms of plastering. It provides a smoother, easier to repair wall in comparison to traditional drywall construction. Plasterers often use gypsum to imitate the appearance of surfaces of wood, stone, or metal. It is also durable, fire-resistant, water-resistant, impact-resistant, regulates sound, and counterbalances heat peaks and humidity. Unlike mortar or cement, which dry much harder, gypsum plaster can be sanded or easily molded, making it a good option for aesthetic, non-load bearing purposes. Gypsum plaster is also available in a variety of textures and can be tinted to any color to meet your needs.