How Soundproofing Can Add Value to Your Home

How Soundproofing Can Add Value to Your Home
January 08, 2021

When you’re spending a lot of time in your home, it can be fun — and practical — to try out different easy tricks like installing noise-reducing panels and hanging thick curtains or more expensive DIY window glazing and wall decoupling projects. But when it comes time to sell, you may find yourself wondering — will soundproofing my home increase its value?

Soundproofing might not be the most effective quality to increase home value, but it certainly won’t hurt. In fact, many incredible benefits come along with controlling the amount of noise that enters and exits your walls that can’t necessarily be quantified by a dollar amount. Soundproofing your home or apartment can positively affect your home and your quality of life in ways you might not expect.

Face-Value Benefits

Soundproofing is generally an unsung hero of home design. Like thermal insulation, it’s not something you’d see when viewing a property, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t making a difference. Some of these benefits speak for themselves.

1. Noise Reduction

You might soundproof your home to drown out the noise from the street or your neighbors.  On the other hand, if you happen to be the noisy neighbor, courteously dampening your volume output can go a long way.

2. Better Acoustics

Soundproofing solutions lead to better acoustics in your home, which is a perfect selling point for musicians who need a tight place to record — but it also helps the general homeowner and tenant. It’s a touch easier to hear and understand the TV, radio or conversations with friends and family with better acoustics.

3. Lower Energy Costs

Soundproofing a building leads to better insulation, saving you money on your energy bills. You can soundproof your windows for a tighter seal that keeps out hot and cold air during the summer and winter, reducing the strain on your heating and cooling systems.


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Increased Marketability

Soundproofing your residential property gives it a unique quality that will become a memorable selling point. A soundproofed basement, for example, can be a great feature for potential buyers interested in having their own studio to record music.

What’s more, soundproofing can make life easier for many modern workers outside of the music industry. Today, there are lots of opportunities for people to work from home as video editors, podcasters and more. A soundproof home studio can be an attractive selling point for any creative.

In a more general sense, a soundproofed home makes for a peaceful environment for any resident. Highlight the ways your property is a safe-haven from exterior noise pollution and dampens interior sound. Think about how the sound of a roommate doing dishes early in the morning jolts around the house. Improved acoustics means enhanced peace of mind.

Contact Soundproof Cow to Get Started

Ultimately, soundproofing isn’t about the money – it’s about enjoying your life in your home. If you’re interested in soundproofing solutions, look at it as a non-financial investment to improve your quality of living. And if it ends up increasing your home’s value in the long run, that’s just another bonus.

Soundproof Cow has everything you need to reduce noise and improve acoustics in your home or apartment. Give us a call at 1-866-949-9269 or fill out a contact form to learn more about our soundproofing solutions today!

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About Kellen Beaver

Soundproof Cow Representative Kellen

Kellen has been a member of the sales team for over a decade. Prior to delving into the soundproofing realm, he was a jack of all trades in the service industry, working both front and back of the house jobs to various degrees. This diversity in experience makes it easy to relate to the needs of a large customer base. He understands noisy environments as well as the importance of aesthetics in a space. Adding something that doesn’t fit the look can be intrusive, so knowing that acoustical needs must fit the interior design is something he’s become very well-versed in. Most of this planning comes from working with both the owner/operators as well as their design team and architects. He has been able to adapt his knowledge in the restaurant industry into projects involving schools, office buildings and large medical facilities when the situation calls for it.

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