Soundproof Ceiling Tiles

While most of us are familiar with the every day commercial grade ceiling tile, seen in most any commercial space that you may shop, dine, worship, study or play in, the reality is that the majority of these tiles offer very little support acoustically.   They are there primarily to disguise the pipes in the ceiling, and offer an archtiectural finish to a room.   Standard commercial grade ceiling tiles do NOT block sound from bleeding in

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Hotel Rooms

The goal with isolating room-to-room sound bleed through a common wall assembly between two adjoining rooms in a hotel is twofold.   First, your goal should be to disconnect how the wall is assembled, and second, line it with more density.   The treatment is fairly straight forward and can eliminate up to 90% of the noise

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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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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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3 Steps to a Soundproof Wall

Drywall contractors of a certain age and ilk, when asked about the best soundproofing techniques for deadening noise bleed through a common wall, will most likely respond with the age old, go-to, and ultimately incorrect answer: to stuff or blow batting insulation between the studs in the wall.   To them, they consider the wall soundproofed….

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Protecting Tenants from Noisy Neighbors

In today’s competitive rental market, apartment soundproofing plays a key role in besting the competition. As the privacy of tenants who live in a multi-dwelling unit is disrupted, the issue of noise pollution becomes a problem for apartment owners. Common wall soundproofing is an essential step in protecting tenants from noisy neighbors. Without apartment soundproofing,…

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Solving Gym Noise

Gymnasium’s are typically oversized shoe-box shaped rooms defined by hard reflective ceilings, floors and walls.   The result is a less than user-friendly space, as echoes carry throughout the room causing spikes in decibel levels and blurred sound signals that ruin the space and it’s ability to host functions.   The answer?   Slow the echoes down, and…

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