We provide an extensive variety of soundproofing and sound isolation solutions that are designed to work with equipment, walls, rooms, homes, businesses, and even large spaces and venues. Our sound isolation products can easily be incorporated in a room or building during its construction or as a later installation. We offer soundproofing panels in all types of sizes and shapes.
We also offer soundproof curtains, foam, and specialized composites that work with walls, ceilings, and doors. We even provide soundproofing specific adhesives and materials, to ensure than your soundproofing installation is high performance and long lasting.
Who We Service:
We have worked with companies and professionals from all types of industries. In addition to providing tried and tested soundproofing materials and products, we regularly work with our customers to engineer soundproofing according to the individual criteria and characteristics of a piece of equipment, room, building, area, or venue.
Sales Office: 1-888-703-0403
Hours Of Operation: Monday thru Friday, 8am to 5pm, EST
Why Purchase From Us:
When you purchase from us, you’re getting access to the most effective soundproofing solutions available. In addition to soundproofing products like soundproofing materials, like foam, curtains, and panels, you’ll also benefit from our expert soundproofing engineering services that ensure you get the most suitable soundproofing solution to fit your space, and at competitive prices.
How To Purchase:
To purchase soundproofing materials, panels and other products, simply browse through the noise control products portion of our website. You can easily submit an RFQ to tell us about our soundproofing needs and get a fast response. You can also call or fax us directly and one of our expert sound control associates will guide you through the process.
Why Is Soundproofing Important?
Invasive noise pollution, and even unwanted ambient sounds are an obstructive reality of modern life. As urban and suburban populations continue to increase, houses, apartments, businesses, public places, and transportation hubs are being built more compact and closer together, and with a lot more going on around the clock. Soundproofing is, and will continue to be, essential in making living and working spaces more comfortable and productive. Soundproofing is about containing the noise we want and keeping out the noises we don’t for the sake of contentment and livability. Accomplishing this important, and fortunately is very easy thanks to precision-engineered soundproof products that can be permanently and temporarily implemented into a wide range of settings and structures.
How To Start Soundproofing A Room
Have you ever emptied all of the furniture out of a room and noticed a slight echo? That’s because there are no longer objects and materials in the room to help dampen sound. Soundproofing a room works in a similar way: by using specialized materials to absorb and deflect sound coming from or outside of a room or space.
Soundproofing material is also meant to be unobtrusive or hidden so that the room’s function, style, and space is not inhibited or crowded. Soundproofing a room can be accomplished with soundproofing insulation that’s hidden behind walls, within a door, or incorporated to ceilings and floors. Soundproofing can also be openly incorporated into the design of room by using neutral, colored and stylistic acoustic panels that, in addition to containing sound, also compliment a space. There are even specialized soundproofing windows that dramatically dampen exterior noise.
While permanent soundproofing a room is a lot easier to do during construction, when soundproofing foam, glass, and insulation material can be installed within a room’s structure or walls, there are a lot of possibilities that can be later incorporated into a room. This includes soundproof foam panels that can be installed with the use of acoustic adhesive. Soundproof curtains can be hung to contain sound within one area of a room or to block noise coming through windows. Soundproofing wall panels can even be used to create cubicles and room dividers that are effective at blocking sound and do not require any major structural renovations.
How Does Soundproofing Material Work?
Soundproofing material is usually made from specialized types of foam, which absorb, deflect, and disperse sound waves. The shapes and overall structure of soundproofing material have a direct effect on how the sound waves are dispersed. Soundproofing material panels can be directly affixed to walls and ceilings, or mounted and suspended as room dividers, awnings and hanging baffles.
Soundproofing material can even be used to contain noise within a small area, such as a booth, display, or exhibit within an open space. There’s no shortage of possible soundproofing material options available on the market today, so naturally the next question is: which soundproofing material is best?
While there are a number of household materials that can function as soundproofing material– such as common insulation material, which can be used within interior walls for a basic soundproofing effect–soundproof foam panels provide significantly greater sound dampening. Soundproofing material is also available in a wide range of colors; so interior décor or style can be accounted for and enhanced when adding soundproofing to walls, ceilings, and dividers.
How Do You Use Soundproofing Insulation?
Soundproofing insulation is typically incorporated into walls, just as common foam insulation would be. Rather than insulating the exterior facing walls of a building for climate control, soundproofing insulation is used within or on the walls and ceiling of a room in order to contain or keep out noise.
This can be used in select areas or throughout a house, apartment, office, and many other types of space where sound containment and dampening is needed. Since soundproofing insulation can be integrated with thermal insulation, it makes great sense for most houses, apartments and offices.
Soundproofing insulation makes it possible to retain a comfortable living and working area even in especially noisy places such as busy cities and areas near factories, industrial zones, airports, train and subway stations. Soundproofing can even be used to convert a space into a studio for audio and video recording. Nightclubs, music venues, and theaters should also invest in appropriate soundproofing and acoustic panels to contain and direct noise.