Can you help me out. I am planning to install this (https://www.homedepot.com/p/Rubbermaid-70-in-White-Twin-Track-Upright-for-Wood-or-Wire-Shelving-FG4B8900WHT/100047070) in my cabinet to add organizer inside my closet. I am not sure though what should be the lenght of the wood screw that I will be using if I will install it in the stud. Note that depth of that material is around 1 inches. Thank you
Just add up all the parts:
- Bracket - your questions says "about 1 inches" but I usually find these types of brackets (but haven't used exactly this one) are a bit thinner than 1 inch
- Cabinet back - varies, might not be any at all
- Drywall or other wall material - typically 1/2"
- Between 1 inch and 2 inches into the stud. Studs are nominally 3-1/2" thick, but if there is any possibility of wires going through the studs then you don't want to go more than 1-1/2" in.
So that makes a total of 2-1/2" to 3" typical.
As noted elsewhere, don't use drywall screws. They are handy, but they are not designed to hold a heavy load, which is important for shelving brackets.