Soundproofing Plus: Audimute Sound Insulation Materials - Your Noise Stopper

Audimute Sound Insulation Materials - Your Noise Stopper

Do you need an acoustic solution, a noise stopper? Is your home, apartment, office, or studio a place where unwanted noise has been an issue? If your answer is yes, you’re not alone. Fortunately, you also have several options to help you stop noise using sound insulation materials.


Sound insulation materials, or sound barriers, are different from sound absorption materials. Sound insulation materials may be used as a noise stopper by impeding the transmission of sound waves through floors, walls, windows vents, and other materials. Absorption materials, on the other hand, are not designed to stop noise from traveling; instead they will reduce the intensity and build up of noise within a room by absorbing echoes and reverberation.

The distinction between the two is important when it comes to choosing which product to purchase as a noise stopper. When looking for a noise stopper that blocks sound from leaving and entering a room, Audimute sound insulation materials will most likely be your best bet.

Peacemaker is a noise stopping solution that is not only highly-effective, but is also inexpensive and eco-friendly. Made from durable, flexible rubber material and sold in various thicknesses, Peacemaker works best when applied between drywall, with overlapping seams or seams sealed with seam tape, improving the STC of a room enough to cause a significant difference noticeable to the human ear.

Keep in mind that even soundproofing experts cannot tell you exactly the quantity of sound insulation materials needed to produce the change you are looking for. Every room is different, and sound is a subjective experience. For this reason, Audimute typically encourages customers to buy smart and start out with simpler soundproofing techniques, adding more expensive and more permanent solutions based on your needs and expectations. A lot of individual factors, such as the dimensions of your room or how many doors and windows you have in your space, air gaps, materials behind your walls, your lighting fixtures, even the humidity or temperature of your space can have an impact on your sound insulation needs.

To come up with a plan that will work for you, give Audimute a call at 1-866-505-6883, try chatting with us on our website, or submit our free room analysis form and let us get back to you with some personalized advice. We will be more than happy to talk about your individual needs and help you figure out the best way to go about soundproofing your room. You need a noise stopper? We’ll stop the noise.
 

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