soundproof hotel room

I have several friends who work in the hotel industry, and we often talk about the benefits of soundproofing for hotel rooms. After all, soundproof rooms mean a better night’s sleep, which means happier customers. While soundproofing a hotel room isn’t vastly different from soundproofing any other room (RELATED ARTICLE), the major difference is in

How To Silence A Smoke Alarm

At some point, it seems like everyone has already dealt with beeping smoke alarms for no apparent reason. It starts creating noises, scaring you out of whatever you are doing. While the noise can be disturbing sometimes, there are some things that you can do to silence your smoke alarm. Here are the things you

pool pump quiet box

You’re probably all too familiar with the pains of owning a pool and trying to figure out how to soundproof a pool pump. I love my pool, but I often ask myself, will my pool pump ever be silent? It may be frustrating, but pool pumps will never be silent. However, you can soundproof a

mlv curtains

In my soundproofing projects, I’m always a staunch advocate of mass loaded vinyl (MLV). During my recent research, I developed a method for making DIY MLV curtains.  In this article, I’ll go over some information about what makes MLV so useful, and I’ll also cover the steps for making DIY MLV curtains in much more

best soundproof windows

It is understandable that you want it to be as silent as possible with the best soundproof windows for home. After all, your home is your resting place after a long day of work.  The best soundproof windows for home are double and triple-glazed. They are airtight, so they do not have gaps for noises

quiet electric toothbrush

Upgrading to an electric toothbrush is an obvious choice for a number of reasons. However, I find mine to be really noisy, and realized there must be a way to make an electric toothbrush quiet. The easiest way to make an electric toothbrush quiet is to upgrade to a sonic toothbrush, as these oscillate much

best soundproof curtains

One of the easiest ways to soundproof any space is by using the best soundproof curtains available in the market. Living in a noisy house can disrupt anyone’s tranquility and serenity, soundproof curtains can offer a great and easy solution for noise insulation. In this article, we will tell you what are soundproofing curtains, and

how to make hamster wheel quiet

Hamsters are wonderful creatures. They are cute pets you can live with and they are not demanding. A hamster stays in its cage most of the time so there’s no messing up your home constantly or causing accidents. There is only one problem I have observed with having a hamster- noise! A typical hamster’s cage

soundproofing vs sound absorbing

Getting started in the world of soundproofing means picking up the jargon pretty quickly. I often find myself having to explain the difference between soundproofing and sound absorption, so I thought it would be helpful to write an article on it. The biggest difference between soundproofing and sound absorption is that soundproofing is the process

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