How Far Apart Are Wall Studs?


To determine how far apart studs are in your house, you must determine if the wall is load bearing. In load bearing walls, studs are typically no more than 16 inches apart. However, non-bearing walls can have studs up to 24 inches apart.
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usually 16 inches or 24 inches on center. that means measure from the center of one to the center of the next one. look at a tape measure-it has every 16 inches highlighted so that
Bearing walls need studs no more than 16
Things You'll Need. Drywall saw. Utility knife. Reciprocating saw. Long metal-cutting and wood-cutting blades. Hammer (optional). Pry bar (optional. Level. Drill. 2-1/2-inch screws.
1. Set the wood stud against the concrete wall. Use the level and either plumb (vertical alignment) or level (horizontal alignment) the stud. Hold the stud in place. Mark the edge
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