Drywall/durlock divide a room

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Old 05-31-17, 07:09 AM
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Drywall/durlock divide a room

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I wanna divide a room using drywall/durlock and i do not know how should i do that .
This is the scheme of the place where i want to make the separation, take a look (i wanna add a door too):

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Can you please give me some tips, step by step to make this possible?
I have no idea

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Not sure what you are asking ?? you need to first build a stud wall to attach the drywall or cement board to.
 
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Old 05-31-17, 01:59 PM
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Here's a decent look at how to build a partition wall (non-load bearing).
You can ask more specific questions.
Once you build the 2x4 wall, the drywall should be hung with the long edge perpendicular to the studs.


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Poster ain't from here. Well_done_10, fill out your profile and let us know where you are. There is no such place as Ohio, Alaska. If you are spamming, it will be short lived.
 
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Thank you for reply mate!
Yeah, you are right, i wanna make a partition wall using drywall.
I do not understand what should i do to make the partition in my room (the ceiling is inclined - roof shingle). Can help me to model the partition using my scheme?.i dont get it:
I do not know if im clear, take a look at this image:
https://i.gyazo.com/505f44aadf57e1bb...0112a45ea5.png
 
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Old 05-31-17, 04:36 PM
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You can't put your door flush against the wall. It needs at least 3" of space. Between the studs you will leave 14 1/2" or 16" on center. You will also want the door to open against the wall.

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How should i fill this part out?
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