Sound Absorbing Materials Guide

September 21, 2022
sound absorption materials

How Does Sound Work? Sound waves are created by vibrations. For example, when someone sings, their vocal cords vibrate and send waves through the air to the listener. Higher-frequency sounds consist of short sound waves, whereas lower-frequency sounds contain long waves. Higher frequency sounds don’t bend as much around barriers and are reflected by thin […]

Types of Installation Products for Soundproofing

September 21, 2022
types of installation products for soundproofing

Installation Products Soundproofing materials without the proper installation accessories are like new toys without batteries – no fun and generally useless. Our high-quality line of installation adhesives, sealants, tapes, primers, mounting pins and supports get your sound absorption materials prepped, stabilized and stuck where they’re supposed to be. Many of them can also help to […]

Soundproofing Floors With Flooring Underlayments

September 21, 2022
Soundproofing floors underlayment

Soundproofing Floors With Flooring Underlayments For soundproofing apartment buildings, multi-level homes, hotels, apartment buildings, condos and anywhere else that has people roaming above and below, flooring underlayment blocks the transmission of structural and airborne sounds. If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to not have to listen to irritating (and sometimes just plain […]

Soundproof Door Sweeps and Seals Guide

September 21, 2022
door seals and sweeps

What Are Door Seals and Sweeps? Soundproof door seals reduce the air and sound transferred through entrances by lining the perimeter of doors with aluminum and silicone. Door seals are DIY soundproof materials with which you install using household hand tools. All you need to do is a little pre-drilling for attaching soundproof door seals, […]

Types of Soundproofing Barriers

September 21, 2022
soundproofing barriers

Fiberglass Composites Fiberglass composites are sound proof barriers that can go anywhere you would normally put fiberglass insulation. They are thin and come in four-square-foot and eight-square-foot sizes, so they’re perfect for applications like quieting HVAC air ducts or wrapping noisy pipes. Get your fiberglass soundproofing composite today! Foam Composites Foam composites are some of […]

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