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The most common thickness of drywall used in residential interior construction is 1/2 inch. This material is recommended for walls with studs placed 16 inches on center. If the wall studs are placed 24 inches on center, a 5/8 inch drywall is recommended.or 1/4 for cover old walls.round walls or round ceilings.
However, other types of drywall come in different thicknesses; the most common are 1/4 inch, 3/8 inch, 1/2 inch and 5/8 inch. The most common thicknesses for general application are 3/8 inch and 1/2 inch. However, several decades ago, 1/2 inch became the industry standard. 5/8 for ceilings and 1/2 for walls.
Blueboard and greenboard is a tipe of drywall that is frequently used for a tile wall in a shower. Not only is it water-resistant, but blueboard is easy to find and inexpensive, making it an ideal option for those on a budget.
we recommend 5/8 Standard drywall panels contain compressed particles of gypsum covered with thick paper. That’s fine in your home, but unless you’re finishing your garage as a living space, complete with insulation and a heat and air system, moisture-resistant drywall is desirable .
Drywall screws per sheet. Drywall screws should be installed every 12 inches. This means that when using 48 inch wide sheets, you will have 5 screws in each stud when the sheets are hung perpendicular to the framing; 2 on the edges and 3 in the field. for joints two on the edges and 5 in the field.
1/4-inch thickness. This is the thinnest type of drywall . …
ideal for round walls or round ceilings.
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