Double drywall

by Armin Talebiani
(Canada, Toronto)

Is it requested by any standard or codes that you know, that drywall should be doubled on each side of a stud?( For example two peices on each side)

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Sep 22, 2015
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I don't think that their is any standard or codes for this issue. It would be better if you would upload some pictures.

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Oct 11, 2011
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Doubling Drywall
by: DrywallTeam

I am not sure I am understanding the question so I will answer the question to cover each scenario.
If you are asking if there is a code that requires you to place to sheets of drywall one over the top of other. There is none that I am aware of. The second would be if you asking if you can drywall one side of the wall and leave the other exposed. There is no code that I am aware of that prohibits this either. This can be seen in utility rooms or other areas such as garages. I do not recommend it though you never want to have exposed wires or plumbing. Some codes in your area may have restrictions so always check with the your local city guidelines.

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