The supply line to my upstairs toilet burst (as did my heart…) and flooded my 1868 row house. The water mitigation crew was brutal; they ripped out the dining room ceiling and plaster walls down to the wood lath. Pretty sure mold will never be an issue. They were super diligent, as they should be. I am now in the midst of obtaining estimates from various GC’s so my world can be pieced back together. My question is – should I replace the walls with plaster, drywall or drywall with a veneer of plaster over the top to mimic the one wall left intact. Some of the wood lath will need to be replaced as well if I go the plaster route. Guess I should start collecting wooden paint stirrers. BTW – none of the walls that need replacing are exterior walls so adding insulation isn’t a huge deal. Thanks in advance for opinions/suggestions!