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Old 16-05-2017, 12:53 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Norton View Post
Go with plasterboard aka gypsum. Where you need ceiling access to attic a small square plasterboard panel can be used but better to use cement board you saw at global house. One 60x60cm piece will do. I have 2 ceiling access points using cement board.
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Originally Posted by Pink
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Cement board. Often used for under eves.
In the West, I've done something similar.

We call the ceiling access usually a 'manhole. The cover is usually Gyprock, the same material as ceiling/walls.
The trouble with having a gyprock manhole cover is that it's brittle and the edges/corners can crack/crumble.

To use, as Norton has suggested, a cement board is a great idea.

I've used something else, but it's purpose is the same as cement board.
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