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How To Soundproof a Bathroom: 8 Things You Can Do

Let’s face it- the bathroom can sometimes be a loud place. These aren’t noises that we necessarily want other people to hear. Make yourself and your guests as comfortable as possible by soundproofing your bathroom. Here are some tips on things that actually keep the sound from getting out. Noise Reduction in Your Bathroom There are a lot of ways …

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How To Soundproof A Bedroom In 7 Steps (What Worked For Me)

Noise pollution is the worst but total soundproofing is crazy expensive. Quiet is really important to me, especially in certain rooms of my home. Because I didn’t want to spend a ton for a total remodel, I decided to go the DIY route. In my bedroom, I want to keep outside noise out to improve sleep quality and also keep …

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Soundproof a Doorway: 7 Easy Things You Can Do

Did you know that doorways are the biggest offender when it comes to noise? Most doors in homes today are hollow and there are all kinds of ways for sound to get through. Luckily, there are a number of easy steps you can take to soundproof your doorways. Doing even just one or two of these steps will make a …

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Soundproof a Toilet Room Door for as Little as $50

  If there’s one room in the house that could really use soundproofing, it’s the bathroom! I don’t really want to hear any toilet sounds from anyone else and I definitely don’t want anyone to hear toilet sounds from me! This is how you can soundproof your toilet door for less than $100. I’ll give you a number of options …

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Soundproof a Laundry Room Door for Under $40

NOTHING drives me more crazy than a loud washing machine making noise throughout the entire house.  Fortunately, I found an inexpensive fix that totally solved the problem. I had this problem in our home because the washing machine and dryer were in the laundry room on the second floor.  While this was a convenient floor plan, having the laundry room …

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How to Soundproof a Window (What worked for me!)

I run a sound recording studio in my home, and also have a young daughter who is very sensitive to noise.  So, I set out to soundproof some of my windows.  In this blog post I want to share with you some of the things I’ve tried for soundproofing windows.  What’s worked, and what didn’t work. In general, just remember …

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How to Soundproof a Baby’s Room

My baby daughter is now 7 months old, and I’m really glad that I made the decision before she was born to soundproof the nursery. There are two good reasons to soundproof your baby’s room: (1) it provides a quiet place for baby to sleep without forcing everyone else in the house to be totally silent, and (2) it keeps …

How to Soundproof an Existing Home Office

I started working from home 5 years ago, and sound quickly became an issue with the kids playing in the other room.  Since then I’ve moved twice, and I’ve learned from each move how to better soundproof my home office. Each soundproofing project is unique, but most home offices can be effectively soundproofed for just a few hundred dollars if …