Soundproofing Guides

When it comes to soundproofing, both brick and drywall have their own unique pros and cons. To determine which material is best for your specific needs, it’s important to understand the differences between the two and how they can affect the overall effectiveness of your soundproofing efforts. Brick vs Drywall for Soundproofing Brick on its […]

Brick vs Drywall: Which is Better for Soundproofing? Read More »

Fiberglass insulation is probably the most commonly used material for insulating homes and buildings, be it for thermal or acoustic insulation. But it’s also extremely important to take into account how this insulation material behaves when exposed to fire. In this article, I will be going over how well Fiberglass insulation does in terms of

Is Fiberglass Insulation Flammable? All you Need to Know! Read More »

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

Soundproofing vs Acoustic Treatment; The Actual Differences! Read More »

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 »

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

Rockwool; Does it need to be Covered? Read More »

You see so many pictures of homes, music studios, rooms, etc., covered in acoustic foam and you think “hey, I’m going to get me some acoustic foam panels so that I don’t have to hear my neighbors all day”, or maybe you live on a busy street and want to reduce the outside noise from

Does acoustic foam block outside noise? Read More »

Are soundproofing materials flammable? Is it dangerous to install them in your home or during construction?In this article, I will be going over if soundproofing can be considered a fire hazard, the different materials you can use and how flammable they are, and much more. So, without any further ado, let’s get started! Is soundproofing

Soundproofing; Is it a fire hazard? Read More »

Living in a home with noisy neighbors, on a noisy street, with a construction site nearby, etc., can be an extremely unsatisfying experience, but is there something you can do about it besides buying a pair of earplugs? In this article, I will be going over what soundproofing is, if it works, how it differs

Soundproofing: Does it really work? Read More »

When it comes to soundproofing windows, it’s a fairly simple process since you mostly need to use a weatherstrip to seal the gaps between the frame and the window itself, and that’s it. However, with sliding windows it gets a bit more complicated since they move, and this can create a whole new array of

How to Soundproof Sliding Windows the right way! Read More »

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