How To Soundproof A Closet On A Budget

Soundproofing can turn a closet into a perfect space for a recording studio or even a secret cinema room. (If you're actually looking for a soundproof closet to store a noisy server or tech gear in we recommend you invest in something like this.) Soundproofing can be very expensive if you hire professionals, yet there […]

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How To Soundproof A Bathroom: 6 Effective Methods

A poorly soundproofed bathroom can be a very embarrassing problem. Fortunately there are numerous things you can do to that will allow you to poop freely without fear of being overheard. The most important things to do when soundproofing a bathroom is to increase the sound resistance of your doors and walls, it is also […]

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Soundproof Blinds: The Most Effective Noise Reduction Blinds & How To Use Them

Let's be clear from the start: even the best soundproof blind in the world can never 100% soundproof a window. Don't stop reading immediately though because blinds can help...significantly, providing you choose the right one. Honeycomb cell blinds are the best option for soundproofing your windows, insulated blinds and window shutters can also reduce sound […]

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How To Soundproof a Room Cheap: 9 Foolproof Methods

Soundproofing a room needn't be expensive...though it can quickly become very expensive if you go down the route of removing stud walls and ceilings to fit various top end soundproofing materials. Soundproofing a room can be done effectively on a very small budget especially if you are willing to do the work yourself...don't worry all […]

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The Ultimate Guide To Soundproofing Your Basement

Far too often the basement is a cold, damp wasted space. This is such a pity as it could be a wonderful spacious room for whatever purpose you desire. One reason the basement is often neglected is that it is a noisy place. Often there is no ceiling and you just have bare rafters. Not […]

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How To Soundproof A Ceiling: A Simple Guide

Noise travels very easily between floors. Most floors are built on wooden joists with panels or floorboards placed across them and plasterboard nailed to the underside to create the ceiling. This means that vibrations can travel directly through the floorboards into the ceiling joists and through your ceiling. This isn’t great if you have a […]

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How To Soundproof A Door: The 10 Most Effective Methods

Doors are often the weak link in any room when it comes to soundproofing and yet they are often overlooked in large scale soundproofing projects. Before your take on your walls, floors or ceilings the door is the first thing you should soundproof. This is because doors can be a big sound leak as noise […]

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The Complete Guide To Soundproofing A Floor

If you live above a noisy neighbour then the benefit of a soundproof floor is obvious but even ground floor rooms can benefit. This is because sound insulated flooring not only deadens vibrations before they travel into walls and adjacent rooms but it also deadens sounds vibrations that travel into your room. Most floors are […]

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How To Soundproof Your Windows: 9 Methods

If you live in a busy city you will be well aware that the sounds of traffic, construction and people can be relentless regardless of the hour. If you live in a particularly noisy area it can seriously impact your quality of life, reducing the amount of sleep you get, making it hard to concentrate […]

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How To Soundproof Any Wall: Stud Walls & Party Brick Wall Soundproofing

Soundproofing your walls is crucial to effectively soundproofing any room. Walls take up the most surface area in any room so there are plenty of opportunities for sound to leak through all over the place. Because of the size of your walls soundproofing them is likely to make a far more significant impact than soundproofing […]

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My name is Dan and I live very close to an internationally famous stadium which generates an awful lot of noise that I'd rather block out!

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