painting over green "drywall"?
It also is a GOOD idea to have it in, say, a bathroom or a kitchen even where you do not have tile so that it can resist moisture or steam. The builder would probably snicker a bit at you if you made that request. :-) He could use it throughout your house with no problem; it would just be more expensive.
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