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When you're enjoying time at home or sleeping in your bed the last thing you want is noise waking you up and disturbing you. Whether you live in an apartment, a terraced house or anything else we have plenty of tips here whether you're looking to comprehensively soundproof a door or a window, or you simply want a good soundproof curtain to help muffle road noise or a soundproof rug to help dampen footfall noise in your apartment then we can help.

Soundproofing Between Semi-Detached Houses To Silence Neighbour Noise

Soundproofing a semi-detached home is rarely as simple as just soundproofing your party walls. Semi-detached homes can share ceiling joists which sound can travel through, there may also be holes in the walls where the joists run which allows sound in. To properly soundproof between semi-detached homes a thorough and complete approach to soundproofing is […]

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Soundproof Acoustic Paint: Does it Actually Work?

The concept of soundproof paint is a brilliant one, soundproofing solutions don’t come much quicker and easier than a product you can paint on your wall. Simply open the tin, paint your wall and voila - soundproofing completed! Soundproof paint (also known as acoustic paint, insulated paint, sound deadening and sound dampening paint) is a […]

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Noise Cancelling Systems For Your Home: How To Create One

A noise cancelling system is an active noise control system which listens to the surrounding ambient sounds and plays opposite sound in sync with the problem noise. This has the effect of cancelling out the problem noise. Active noise cancelling systems are used most commonly in cars (the Nissan Bluebird was the first to use […]

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How To Soundproof Air Vents: The 5 Most Effective Methods

Soundproofing a room can seem like a never-ending task, there are plenty of ways that sound can get into or out of any room. You may have soundproofed your walls, windows and door and still find that sound is getting in through your air vents. While you could soundproof your vent by fitting an air vent […]

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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 of […]

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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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