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Soundproofing Foam and Acoustic panels, how well do they soundproof?

Soundproofing Foam and Acoustic panels, how well do they soundproof? Mirriam-Webster defines soundproofing as “to insulate so as to obstruct the passage of sound”. Passage being the key word. We define soundproofing as “preventing noise from travelling from one room, house or office into another” Our point? Soundproofing is the act of controlling sound from […]

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Understanding Sound Transmission Class

Soundproofing is measured in North America using Sound Transmission Class or STC. The STC scale is a logarithmic measure of sound reduction throughout the frequency range of human hearing. Confused already? Don’t worry, we’ll explain all this below. Lets start by explaining dB. Decibels are a measure of sound intensity; that is, the magnitude of […]

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What to consider when renovating a basement

Considering where to soundproof when planning a finished basement. We’ve all been spending a lot more time at home thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic As a result home renovations have never been more of a priority for many North Americans .Finishing an unfinished basement or updating an existing one is one of the most common […]

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Selecting the right soundproofing strategy for your project

Soundproofing doesn’t need to be complicated, but there are several considerations and different materials to work with when thinking about soundproofing. Determining what to do to soundproof your space depends on 3 factors. The noise itself, where the noise is originating from and how much soundproofing or sound dampening is required. There are two types […]

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