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Acoustical Sealant
  • Posted by: Kim M
  • Category: Article

When looking to soundproof either a commercial or a residential area an acoustic sealant may be ideal for the task on hand. This is a professional grade item that is used widely throughout several fields of construction. It is without a doubt among the best thing you can do to truly soundproof an area professionally…

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What Are the Different Types of Industrial Sealant?
  • Posted by: Kim M
  • Category: Article

Industrial sealants are mostly known as viscous materials that are known to have little to no characteristics that allow flow through. They are resilient and sturdy remaining at the point of application. Some are also very thin hence allowing the material to penetrate the point of application. One example of an industrial sealant is silicone…

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Understanding Damping Techniques for Noise and Vibration Control
  • Posted by: Kim M
  • Category: Article

There are a lot of effective ways to control noise and vibration, each of which contributes to a more silent environment. For many applications, noise and vibration can be greatly reduced with four techniques:  sound and vibration absorption, the utilization of enclosures and barriers, structural damping, and vibration isolation. Understandably, at some point, these different…

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Soundproofing Improves Home Life
  • Posted by: Kim M
  • Category: Article

A lot of homeowners, especially those who live in the city, have to contend with the ever growing problem of sound pollution. It can be the television right at the top of its volume level keeping the people in their bedrooms wide awake. It can be the sound of the garage door underneath your room…

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Keeping Your Room Noise Free
  • Posted by: Kim M
  • Category: Article

There are your noisy teenagers with their loud music videos, their game consoles, drums and guitars. Well, instead of suppressing the artist in your kid, you can significantly reduce the noise in your home by having it soundproofed. Reducing Sound Using Soundproofing Sealant Aside from asking the kids to turn down the volume a bit…

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Top 5 sound proofing materials for your living space
  • Posted by: Kim M
  • Category: Article

When choosing the right soundproofing material for your home, you have to first understand the difference between sound absorption and soundproofing. These two terms are often confused with one another. Soundproofing refers to the act of using various materials to prevent sound from leaving or entering a specific enclosed space. One fine example of this…

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How to soundproof your living space
  • Posted by: Kim M
  • Category: Article

Do you live in a boisterous neighbourhood? Do you know what to do in order to minimize, if not get rid of the noise generated by a loud neighbour? Ever grown tired of listening to next door television sound, music and conversations? The answer would be to soundproof your walls in your own home to…

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Green Glue : How to Use it?
  • Posted by: Kim M
  • Category: Article

There are many places that Green Glue can add soundproofing to an existing room. In a way, they are all the same – create a layer of Green Glue. In other ways, they are all a little different because of the different positions and materials being dealt with.   Walls For walls, adding a Green…

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Green Glue vs Insulation
  • Posted by: Kim M
  • Category: Article

Ask virtually anyone about insulating a wall and there is a good chance, depending on the person’s knowledge level, that the first thing out of his or her mouth will be either insulation or Green Glue. While it is almost unfair to compare two products designed for completely different purposes, since they are both linked…

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Green Glue : Soundproof a Room!
  • Posted by: Kim M
  • Category: Article

If one looks around the Internet for tips on soundproofing a room, the results can be pretty discouraging. People say things like, “Even if you’re using the best acoustic materials and Green Glue, there’s no way to really soundproof a room without literally ripping the building apart and remodeling the room completely.” This is obviously…

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