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The use of soft materials like padding carpeting or acoustic ceilings makes excellent soundproofing products for walls. Avoid materials like tiles, laminates, hardwood, etc, which can reflect sound waves and create noise in rooms.

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Simple yet effective ways to sound proof your walls and ceilings

Simple yet Effective Ways to Sound Proof Your Walls and Ceilings


Simple yet effective ways to sound proof your walls and ceilings

Simple yet Effective Ways to Sound Proof

Your Walls and Ceilings

Use Sound Absorbing Products and Materials

  • It is a known fact that soft surfaces absorb sound waves while hard surfaces reflect them. The use of soft materials like padding carpeting or acoustic ceilings makes excellent soundproofing products for walls. Avoid materials like tiles, laminates, hardwood, etc, which can reflect sound waves and create noise in rooms.

  • You can also opt for drop ceiling systems and acoustic tiles to reduce noise transference from basements to ceilings and vice versa. The acoustical properties of these materials make them great options for soundproofing a ceiling or a wall.


Simple yet effective ways to sound proof your walls and ceilings

Simple yet Effective Ways to Sound Proof

Your Walls and Ceilings

Choose to Install Sound Blocking Doors

  • A door happens to be one of the largest openings in a room. It also happens to be one of the main gaps through which sound leaves the room. The best way to prevent the movement of sound from moving between rooms is to install solid doors rather than choose doors with hollow core construction. You can also choose composite core and particleboard core doors to absorb sound better. Weather stripping doors can also provide an appropriate sound barrier for doors.


Simple yet effective ways to sound proof your walls and ceilings

Simple yet Effective Ways to Sound Proof

Your Walls and Ceilings

Fill Empty Spaces

  • When choosing soundproof for a wall, consider the empty spaces in a room as well. Empty spaces are hard surfaces that bounce off sound waves, thus increasing the noise levels indoors. You can fill up these spaces with soft furnishings like heavy curtains, beanbags, or even giant floor cushions. By doing so, you will be able to reduce the echoes in the room as well as the entire house effectively.


Simple yet effective ways to sound proof your walls and ceilings

Simple yet Effective Ways to Sound Proof

Your Walls and Ceilings

Fit Drywall Layer

  • When soundproofing a wall, consider installing an extra layer of drywall. This makes it literally impossible for sound to move through the walls. However, make sure you choose a different level of thickness for the second drywall layer than the original one. Choosing the same level of thickness for both drywall layers will only transmit the sound from one layer to another.


Simple yet effective ways to sound proof your walls and ceilings

Simple yet Effective Ways to Sound Proof

Your Walls and Ceilings

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Mississauga, Ontario, L4W 2P5

Tel: 905-625-8944

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