You know the peaceful feeling of being in a room of complete silence—without the interruption of external noises? If you know the feeling, you understand how fulfilling the quiet can be. Constantly hearing the neighbors’ dog barking or the parties down the street can be distracting. With the proper soundproofing, your living situation can be much more comfortable.
Whether you are a contractor planning your next building project or a homeowner wanting to improve your living environment, there are soundproofing options available for both commercial and residential properties.
If you are looking for a trustworthy, experienced insulation company to help with your soundproofing needs, look no further than Hinkle Insulation & Drywall. We can help meet your soundproofing needs efficiently and effectively.
Just give our team of insulation experts a call at (512) 523-5395 or connect with us online for more information on our soundproof insulation services.
Soundproofing insulation is the product that is placed in commercial and residential properties that prevents sounds from transferring between your property and the outdoors.
There are various kinds of acoustic insulation available for soundproofing. They come in a variety of sizes and materials like mineral wood, fiberglass, cotton, etc.
When it comes to choosing the right soundproof insulation for your property, it is important to consider the need for thermal insulation, the need for inside or outside insulation, and the frequency of sound you want to block/absorb.
Soundproof insulation can be used on ceilings, floors, and inside and outside walls—resulting in a peaceful environment for you to rest quietly or make as much noise as you please.
Types of Soundproofing Insulation Materials
Here are some of the most common soundproofing insulation materials to use:
- Sound Insulation (mineral wool, rock wool or fiberglass)—batts of these materials fit between wall studs and fill the airspace to help absorb sounds
- Acoustic Foam (studio foam)—this material can be put up on walls or ceilings; it comes in panels made of pyramid-shaped foam
- Acoustic Panels/Boards—aside from this material’s soundproofing role, it can also be very decorative since it comes in different patterns and colors
- Acoustic Fabrics—this material is used in theatre curtains or studio blankets; acoustic fabrics are thicker and chunkier and more massive than other fabrics
- Acoustic Coatings—this material is similar to rubber (like mass loaded vinyl, or MLV); mass of the material poses as a sound barrier
- Floor Underlayment—cork, felt, and polymer sheets are put under the tile or hardwood floors to weaken the noise
- Architectural Soundproofing—this material consists of anything used in the building construction
Soundproof Insulation in Austin, Texas
If you are interested in soundproofing your home or business, Hinkle Insulation & Drywall is the name to know! Our insulation experts will transform your commercial or residential property into a quiet, peaceful property with our soundproof insulation materials and technique.
To learn more about our insulation services, contact Hinkle Insulation & Drywall online or give us a call at (512) 523-5395 today!