Gypsum Selenite Crystal

Gypsum Selenite Crystal

About Us

Long recognized as one of the construction industry's most affordable and versatile building materials, wallboard is the contractor's staple, the designer's canvas and the architect's clay.


Our Company

American Gypsum has been manufacturing, selling, and distributing gypsum wallboard products throughout the United States for over 50 years. A unique, professional commitment to the highest level of customer service; a strong belief in teamwork; investment in employee training; and state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment create a consistent quality product and a company that surpasses the industry.

Georgetown, SC Gypsum Wallboard Manufacturing Facility - American Gypsum

Georgetown, SC Gypsum Wallboard Manufacturing Facility

American Gypsum's mines, located in close proximity to the production plants, contain some of the purest gypsum deposits in North America. This exceptional gypsum, sandwiched between 100% recycled front and back paper, is the key to the optimum workability, light weight, and strength of American Gypsum wallboard products.

American Gypsum Front Deskl

American Gypsum, a full-line producer of gypsum board products, is  better able to serve the needs of all our customers. The most modern  production facilities with advanced technology, control equipment, and in-house accredited laboratories enable American Gypsum to ensure quality products that are readily accepted across the country. The production plants located in Albuquerque, NM; Duke, OK; Gypsum, CO; and Georgetown, SC ship their products via trucks and rail cars to American Gypsum's customer base.

American Gypsum's long-term commitment to quality materials; low-cost, up-to-date production facilities; efficient operations; and strategic distribution insures a dynamic and financially strong corporation that excels on a national level.

American Gypsum is the fifth largest producer of gypsum wallboard in North America, operating four gypsum plants with an annual capacity approaching four billion square feet of wallboard.