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Selecting Your Acoustic Foam

Acoustic foams come in many shapes and sizes.   They are typically cut into squares or rectangles because its easier to ship the material that way.   Rolled forms of foam typically are flat foams with no convolute cut into the face of the material.   But flat foam won’t absorb as much sound, because scultped foam has more surface space exposure, meaning it captures more sound waves per

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Basement Soundproofing

A finished basement is a valuable asset to a household, providing functional space for a family and potentially adding value to the home. Basements can be quite large in many homes, affording homeowners the option to personalize the space for a wide range of purposes. Possibilities abound for converting the basement of a

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Soundwaves

What we interpret as sound is actually a collection of systematic vibrations which travel from molecule to molecule through practically any medium. If you have ever been to an indoor rock concert, you have probably physically felt these vibrations as they traveled through the molecules in the floor and resonated

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Office Noise

Noise transmission is a common challenge faced in multiple inhabitant office environments. Individual office enclosures commonly consist of thin walls or a practical arrangement of partitions, neglecting to provide privacy among workers. A practical arrangement for space efficiency is not always the most effective for

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Restaurant Noise

A great restaurant provides an escape where guests can relax and savor their favorite meals while socializing with loved ones. Customers repeatedly patronize restaurants which offer consistently excellent service, quality cuisine and a pleasant atmosphere. The presence of numerous dining establishments makes the

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Common Walls

Preventing noise bleed through a common wall is the goal of one of the most frequently sought soundproofing endeavors. The issue of unwanted noise transmission through common walls occurs in the same way whether the application is residential, industrial or commercial. To implement the sound reduction

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