Plasterboard, also known as Drywall, is one of the most commonly used materials for soundproofing because of how effective it is and also because of its really low cost. In this article, I will go over what plasterboard is, if it’s actually good for soundproofing, what the difference between regular plasterboard and soundproof plasterboard is, …

Best Plasterboard (Drywall) for Soundproofing: Full Guide! Read More »

If there’s one thing I often hear people getting confused about it’s got to be the difference between soundproofing and acoustic treatment, or sound absorption since they usually use both terms interchangeably and think they mean the same. However, both techniques are quite different in terms of how they are designed to work, even though …

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Many people choose to install spray foam insulation in their homes, as it is a highly effective insulating material that can help keep your home warm and comfortable. However, if you are looking to remove the spray foam insulation from your home, this may be more difficult than initially installing it. There are a few …

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Air vents are probably one of the largest sources of noise transmission in a house since they connect different rooms without any sort of insulation within them. In this article, I will go over how to soundproof a vent, be it by completely sealing it off and preventing airflow, or by installing sound-absorbing materials in …

Soundproofing an Air Vent; Here’s how to do it! Read More »

Cellulose and fiberglass, or glass wool as it’s actually called, are two of the most-used insulation materials in construction, with rockwool and spray foam, of course, and they both perform extremely well. However, is there one that outperforms the other? Is one more affordable, easier to install, etc.? In this article, I will be comparing …

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So, you just installed some rockwool in your walls, attic, or in a ceiling, and you’re wondering if it’s ok to leave it like that of if it absolutely needs to be covered up. Maybe there are some health risks involved? Or maybe this could be detrimental to the rockwool itself? In this article, I …

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We all know that rockwool is great for both soundproofing and acoustic treatment. But how thick does it need to be? Is there a difference between the thicker and thinner pieces of rockwool in terms of sound absorption?What about its density? Does it have an effect on sound absorption? In this article, I will be …

Rockwool Thickness & Density for Soundproofing! Read More »

Rockwool and fiberglass, or glass wool as it’s actually called, are the two most-used insulation materials in construction and they both perform extremely well. However, is there one that outperforms the other? Is one more affordable, easier to install, etc.? In this article, I will be comparing fiberglass to rockwool in terms of how they …

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If you live on a busy street or if you have really noisy neighbors, then you know how important the role is that acoustic insulation plays, since the difference with and without it can be as big as night and day. There are many different sound insulation materials, such as rockwool, spray foam, cellulose, fiberglass, …

Spray foam vs Fiberglass insulation for Soundproofing! Read More »

If you live on a busy street or if you have really noisy neighbors, then you know how important the role is that acoustic insulation plays, since the difference with and without it can be as big as night and day. There are many different sound insulation materials, such as Rockwool, spray foam, cellulose, fiberglass, …

Spray Foam Insulation vs Rockwool for Soundproofing! Read More »

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