Do you have noisy neighbors or tenants?
Are you constantly hearing the sounds of traffic, lawnmowers, garbage trucks, snowplows, and barking dogs when inside your home?
If you are ready for some peace and quiet, you might be surprised to learn that cellulose insulation has impressive sound deadening properties. It can be used to muffle exterior noise but also interior noise between rooms or units in a multi-family home.
Just one more of the added benefits of cellulose insulation!
Learn exactly how cellulose insulation can give you sound control in your home.
See a video demonstration of how well cellulose insulation works to prevent outside noise from disturbing your peaceful home:
Cellulose insulation is an excellent acoustic insulator capable of absorbing high frequencies of 200 to 2,000 hertz. Standard insulation products absorb some sound, but cellulose insulation absorbs more. Insulation also reduces the reverberation that causes a sound to echo or bounce back into a room, creating disturbing feedback. Insulation will reduce sound transmission through the walls and also improve the sound within a room.
When designing, building or renovating a building, or finishing a basement, it is important to include soundproofing in your walls and ceilings. You can reduce or prevent sound transmission through walls by installing cellulose insulation at the time of construction.
“I was skeptical of getting cellulose pumped in the bedroom walls as I was not sure if it would help dampen the sound from the bathroom, but it worked. The noise level is down significantly.”
Sunil Sood on Google