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Have you got some construction happening on your street? Or maybe you’ve got a kid who’s learning to play the drums? Let’s face it - sometimes only thing you want to hear nothing at all. Soundproofing is the best way to absorb any unwanted sound and minimise vibrations throughout your home. The best bit is, you don’t have to figure it all out on your own You can hire a professional soundproofing technician to soundproof your walls, windows, ceilings and even your car.
The best place to find a sound-proofer is on Airtasker. They’ll identify sound leaks and stop sound travelling through your walls so you can stop worrying about excess sound and start enjoying more peace and quiet in your home.
Get professional help with soundproofing, without going over budget. In fact, with the right advice, you could save money on your equipment.
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A professional will help you decide which method is best for your space which means you’re less likely to waste time and money on the wrong stuff. Plus, if your soundproofing involves technical steps like cutting into walls or knowing the right depth and location for installation, your technician will be able to do this confidently.
Different materials will work better in different spaces. The most common materials used to soundproof a room are soundproofing foam and soundproofing panels (either metal or drywall).
Soundproofing services on Airtasker include all the steps involved from testing and recommending a solution through to installing your soundproofing gear. Here are some of the most commonly requested areas for soundproofing:
Soundproofing your walls is one of the most popular ways to soundproof a room. Your technician may advise you to insulate your walls and soundproof them with foam. They’ll cut into your wall to install the foam and repair your plasterboard afterwards. Another option is to apply extra layers of drywall to your current walls, thickening the wall and making it harder for sound to travel through. You could also use vinyl as an extra layer of protection. You may also want to apply several coats of soundproofing paint or temporarily pin soundproofing blankets to your walls to block unwanted sound. Whatever options you go with, your technician will help you set everything up to soundproof your walls.
A lot of sound-waves can travel through windows, so window soundproofing services can make a huge difference when minimising noise in your home. Your technician will seal cracks in your windows using a sealant. They may also install soundproof curtains or blinds to help dull or block out further noise.
If your neighbours above or below you have a bit of a noise problem, it can be well worth trying a few different ways to block this out. The most common method for soundproofing ceilings and floors is to install a resilient channel, which is a thin metal structure that helps block sound-waves from travelling between sheets of drywall. They’ll remove your wall sheeting to install the resilient channel before replacing it and repairing the joints. Your technician may also recommend adding carpet or rugs to your floor to further absorb sounds.
Car soundproofing can help dull the noise of the road or engine in your car - especially in older cars. This usually involves laying sound deadening foam mats under your floor mats. But they may also recommend insulating your car doors and boot for added noise reduction. This will involve unscrewing the inside panels and installing insulation in your car doors before replacing the panels.
27th Dec 2019
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1st Jan 2020
Hi I need a wall in my bedroom soundproofed and door insulated my budget is 250 euros