How Thick Is Drywall
Did you mention the thickness of the drywall?
1/2 quality is life! ~
My question is why is this important to you? But since you're done, you can remove the skirting and if you can't measure after exposing the edges of the drywall, you do a few things to cover the skirting. Or, depending on the age of construction, measure the total thickness of the perineum, reduce the dimensions of the screw * and divide by 2.so 4 (> 80 years ago), so if you If you do not know you will not help. In cases of very long use (> 100 years), drywall can also be installed on existing walls or plasterboard. And staples can be anything.
Remove the connector plate from the socket or sockets and you can see the edges of the drywall. It may be necessary to remove the switch or plug from the box to make it look good. If you do, be sure to turn off the circuit breaker (power) so that it does not break.
As for the other answers, yes, most drywalls are 1/2, but other thicknesses are available and depend on where and when they are used. An easy way to find out.
If it's in the garage, it's 5/8 as it's down the stairs. The default is 1/2. Now the best way to test is to take the SW board and measure it. Different sizes are 1/4, 1/2, 3/8 and 5/8.