|| Benefits of a Soundproof Room
Unwanted noise can be a major distraction. Whether kicking back at
home or handling business at the office, there are countless benefits
to reducing extraneous noise in your environment. Not only is a quiet
home or office more peaceful than a noisy one, minimizing disruptions
is also ideal for relaxation, concentration, and productivity. Moreover,
a soundproof room means you can be as loud as you want without disturbing
anyone. It works both ways!
How Do You Soundproof a Room?
Want some peace and quiet but not sure where to begin? No problem.
Supress Products offers various soundproofing materials to meet
your needs, whether you want to soundproof before or after construction.
Either, way noise reduction can be achieved.
To soundproof a room before construction, you should use sound-engineered
drywall, also known as “SED” in place of regular drywall
when building the room in your home or office. How does it work?
When used with an adhesive sealant, sound-engineered drywall absorbs
rather than conducts sound, thereby making sure that sound does
not become audible on the other side of the room, floor, or ceiling
that you are building.
If you want to soundproof a room you are already occupying, there
is no need to demolish or rebuild. SED can be applied on top of
existing walls, ceilings, and floors. Once applied, treat the extra
layer of SED as regular drywall and you can paint or wallpaper over
it, whatever you prefer. It is that simple.
Want to use plywood? Supress Products also offers sound-engineered
plywood, also known as “SEP” which can be used in place
of regular plywood, or applied over existing plywood, in the same
way SED can be used.
No matter what your soundproofing needs, Supress Products delivers.
Contact us for more info today.
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