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How to Soundproof a Metal Roof

August 12, 2020
How to Soundproof a Metal Roof

You like the look of a metal roof and the various advantages that come with one. But then you think about the amplified tapping from rain, hail and sleet. Or you picture the rattling sound of metal above you any time the wind picks up. Don’t let the fear of metal roof noise prevent you […]

How to Soundproof a Laundry Room

August 07, 2020
How to Soundproof a Laundry Room

The constant rumbling, buzzing and ringing from washing machines and dryers is enough to drive you crazy between meals, during evening hours and while you’re trying to catch some sleep. If your home laundry room is connected to the living room or dining area, you have the power to eliminate unwanted noise between cycles with […]

Can You Soundproof Using Cardboard?

July 17, 2020
Can You Soundproof Using Cardboard

Plumbers, musicians, students and more might require soundproofing solutions to optimize a home setup. We have all been in a situation where the transfer of noise interrupts our focus. Thankfully, there are simple DIY projects that can limit the movement of sound for desirable results. Of course, we’re talking about the use of cardboard as […]

7 Sounds That Can Damage Your Hearing

July 03, 2020
Sounds That Can Damage Your Hearing

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, hearing loss is the third most common chronic health condition in the United States. The cause? Exposure to loud noises. Hearing damage is a permanent health condition and warrants the need for precaution and awareness, especially if you find that you’re regularly exposed to sounds proven to damage hearing. […]

Soundproofing for Lecture Halls

July 02, 2020
Soundproofing for Lecture Halls

When you walk into a lecture hall to hold class, you’d no doubt like for the students to have a great experience. You’re there to help them learn, and a clear understanding of what you’re saying is vital to the student. The last thing you want is to have rows of students straining to hear […]