Slide 1: How to soundproof a room

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Heavy drapes are great at stopping noise transmission from the outside. Upholstered furniture, area rugs, and wall-hung quilts are viable options too. Carpets, cork flooring, and acoustical ceilings also help with sound absorption in large open areas.


Shhh! 11 DIYs for a Soundproofed Home

No matter where you live, be it city, suburb, or country, noise is just about everywhere. Even the quietest of neighborhoods regularly experience some level of noise disturbance. So, what’s the best way to tackle the issue? Follow this three-part approach: Reduce noise transmission from the outside, reduce the noise that your household generates, and use sound-absorbing materials to lessen the effects of noise that you do generate. Try these easy soundproofing strategies to maximize peace and quiet in your home.

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