Category: Quiet Product Guides

A lot of the noise that disrupts us day to day comes from machinery and products that could be quieter. If you're looking to purchase anything from a lawn mower to a garage door opener to a clock then have a read of our articles below to stay informed about what it is that makes these products noisy and what to look out for when buying a quiet one, we also recommend products to choose from which we believe to be the quietest.

soundproof room dividers
10 Soundproof Room Dividers That Work

Sharing a home with other people often means that there’s going to be a lot of activity going on. Depending on the size and space of your home, this can make it difficult to find a quiet spot for yourself when the time comes for focus. This becomes especially difficult in open-concept homes or smaller […]

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Quiet Air Purifiers: Counting Down The Top 6

The humble air purifier is a home appliance that has only increased in popularity over the years. Its ability to decontaminate your home’s air is unmatched by almost any other appliance and it has slowly become a staple for a lot of urban homes.  ...in a rush? If you’re looking for the quietest and most […]

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quiet flush toilet handle
Quiet Flush Toilets: Counting Down The Quietest 6

Flushing a loud toilet can be annoying, frustrating, and downright embarrassing! Thankfully, there are tons of different types of toilets on the market, and some of them have uniquely quiet flushes. In a rush? View our top 6 quiet flush toilets below: With that said, deciding on the right quiet flush toilet for your house […]

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quiet lawnmower cutting grass
The 7 Best Quiet Lawn Mowers: Electric & Gas

Keeping lawns well maintained is important to many of us and lawn mowers are a vital part of achieving this. Mowers are a way to cut your lawn evenly and at the perfect length with relative ease. If you're in a rush see our recommendations for the quietest electric and quietest petrol lawn mower in […]

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rug on wood floor
Soundproof Rugs: Do They Actually Work & Which Rugs Are Best?

Can a rug actually help to soundproof a room? The short answer is yes, rugs help dampen vibrations thus helping reduce sound transfer to some extent. We recommend getting something like this one: The best possible type of rug for sound dampening is a wool rug as the open fuzzy nature of the wool helps […]

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silent wall clock, green background
9 Non-Tick Silent Clocks: Say Goodbye To Ticking

Silence is golden; this saying is never truer than when you're lying in bed drifting off to sleep. A ticking clock can easily turn your nighttime routine into a headache culminating in a broken clock! Many of us choose to banish the ticking clock from the bedroom, yet having a good wall clock not only […]

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Quiet Punching Bags For Apartment Use

Boxing is a great way to keep fit; it builds power and strength, improves coordination and helps you shed spare pounds while keeping your heart in top condition. A punching bag and a pair of gloves can be acquired at minimal cost and can keep you fit for life (if you’re committed enough). If you’re […]

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rolled up grey blankets
Acoustic Blankets For Sound Absorption & Reduced Echo

Planning on doing some sound recording in your home? If so acoustic blankets are the perfect way to turn an echoey room into a recording studio that sounds professional. In a rush? Vocal Booth To Go is the best place to buy them from, they have a huge range to fit all shapes and sizes […]

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garage door opener attached to garage ceiling
Quiet Garage Door Openers: The Best 5

So you've soundproofed your garage, you've fitted garage door seals to seal your garage door and yet every time you open your garage door the huge noise it makes disturbs everyone, from your baby sleeping in the room above to your next-door neighbours. If this sound familiar then you would definitely benefit from investing in […]

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Quiet Bike Turbo Trainers: For Silent Apartment Training

When it comes to bike training you can’t beat the open road. Unfortunately the problem with the open road is that sometimes it is full of traffic and bad weather can make it dangerous and unpleasant to ride on. If you're in a rush check out the table below for some of the best quiet […]

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