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Plasterboard is used in various ways: as a division of rooms in the house through plasterboard walls, to create false ceilings, to solve problems related to humidity, fire and acoustics, to create furnishing accessories (bookcases, equipped walls , walk-in closets, shelves, furniture, sliding doors).


The plasterboard is a versatile building material, easy to lay and – due to its composition – economical. These three characteristics make it one of the most widespread in the building industry, as regards false ceilings, partition walls or furnishing elements. Plasterboard spread first in the United States and then landed in Northern Europe, to also arrive in Italy, becoming one of the main protagonists of the building scenarios. It is used everywhere, even beyond what is recognized at first sight, and is suitable for any environment whether it is a private home, office, commercial, healthcare or medical space. Its success derives precisely from the three characteristics highlighted at the beginning: ease, speed and economy. A perfect combination for different types of intervention. Continuous research and the innovations introduced have made it possible to arrive at ad hoc productions to create curved and irregularly shaped surfaces.


Plasterboard is a natural material and for this ecological prerogative it is used for eco-sustainable buildings. Its wide diffusion – in addition to the technical advantages – depends on some positive properties such as resistance to fire and water. Furthermore, among its characteristics it is important to indicate the acoustic and thermal insulating properties that make it the most suitable material for partition walls and counter-walls. Its ability to resist water reduces humidity problems, improving the microclimate of the premises. Plasterboard is well suited for:
  • Residential buildings
  • Commercial Buildings
  • Hotels and sports centres
  • Industrial Buildings
  • Schools and hospitals
Plasterboard works have a lower cost compared to traditional materials, as the costs for both the raw material and the labor are lower. The panels can be easily made in different shapes and their simple installation does not require large investments for the manpower required to carry out the work.


The attention that is dedicated to all customers is the most important aspect of its work: in fact, the company firmly believes that knowing how to listen to the needs of those who rely on it is essential to obtain results that meet and exceed expectations. Ivan Peverada first in his father’s company (1957) then in F.lli Peverada today at PSE Technologies, boasts almost 30 years of experience where he covered various tasks, administrative, commercial, installer and technical consultant for installers. Today PSE Technologies also offers an accurate technical consultancy service in order to follow the customer from the design, to the presentation of urban planning and cadastral practices, to the construction management, to the management of energy saving, acoustic insulation and fire prevention practices. What makes PSE Technologies different is the dedication of total assistance before, during, but above all after the completion of the work, thus offering the customer continuous and lasting attention and support. Today we can offer our services with competitiveness, adapting to any available budget: this prerogative is due to the great company flexibility and the speed of realization, always in compliance with the high quality that has always distinguished us.


Plasterboard therefore has many advantages compared to a traditional masonry work. First of all, as already mentioned above, its lightness, in fact its weight fluctuates between 7 and 9 kg per square metre. Lightness of the material does not mean fragility at all, on the contrary, plasterboard has a good resistance to stress and bending, so much so that it can also be used to create curved or mobile structures intended to bear a considerable weight. It is also easy to install and work with (it can be cut with a common cutter) and quick to apply. Furthermore, depending on the additives added to the gypsum, it allows for good thermal and acoustic insulation, as well as being water-repellent and fireproof. Finally, plasterboard structures have the great advantage of being able to be reworked or dismantled in a very simple way and without having to resort to masonry work, as happens with traditional walls or ceilings.