5 arguments in favor of dry construction

The “dry” or light construction system reduces labour costs and work time by 30% to 60% compared to “wet” or brick construction. Additionally, it is estimated to save up to 40% of energy due to its thermal insulation properties.

Let’s look at five arguments in favour of drywall and steel framing construction when constructing or renovating buildings.


Insulation solutions for both interior and exterior help create efficient systems that prevent condensation in winter and keep heat outside in summer, creating a pleasant environment with stable temperatures.

The user does not have to spend a lot of money to achieve high comfort or quality of life. Furthermore, the energy efficiency of these systems reduces CO₂ emissions into the atmosphere, one of the main objectives of modern construction.


In line with the previous argument, dry construction systems not only reduce energy costs but also water ones, which are essential at any stage of the construction process.

Another aspect of great importance for the environment is reducing your carbon footprint. It is estimated that these systems reduce the carbon footprint by 47% compared to their wet version from the manufacturing phase. This reduction is not only due to emissions during production, but also because the reduced weight of the materials used also means fewer emissions during transport.


Smaller works due to the use of more uniform materials. Profiles, drywall and (or) cement significantly reduce the workload, minimizing inconvenience and inconvenience to neighbours or other residents.

Another notable feature is that the galvanized steel profiles can be delivered pre-cut to size, which provides a significant reduction in waste, that is, close to 1%.


Many profiles can also be reused or recycled when the structure reaches the end of its life. In fact, steel is the most recycled construction material in the world because it does not lose weight.


The durability of the dry construction system meets various standards and certificates. In addition, there are steel profiles with galvanized coating, providing a durability of more than 200 years.

As for the slabs, they also offer a comfortable load capacity, as well as resistance to shocks and impacts thanks to their composition of a specially impregnated gypsum core and high-resistance cardboard.

Publication date: 01 Oct 2023
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