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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.
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Top Soundproofing related questions
The top reasons why people decide to soundproof a space is for privacy and to block unwanted noise travelling inside or outside. This includes areas like bedrooms, music studios, media rooms, and offices.
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.
Soundproofing should significantly decrease the amount of sound that can travel in and out of your space. Although the degree of change will depend on the type of soundproofing done.
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).
The time it takes to soundproof a room will depend on the size of the space and the method you choose. Normally, this can take anywhere from a few hours to a few days (especially if you need to remove and replace drywall).
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What does a soundproofing service include?
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.
Floor and ceiling soundproofing
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.
Recent Soundproofing tasks
Custom House, Greater London
1st Dec 2023
There is a bedroom which is too noisy, its a new build but on the exterior wall below there are 6 condensers from a shop below. - Due date: Flexible
Sound proof ceiling
Shotley Gate, Suffolk
26th Nov 2023
Hello I'm enquiring about stopping noise from my neighbour in my bedroom . They have converted their loft and use it to practice electric guitar.i wondered if this is possible and how much it would cost . Thank you for your help. Nicola - Due date: Flexible
Plasterboard walls sound proof walls so no noise comes into the room.
Leyton, Greater London, E10
22nd Nov 2023
I have plasterboard walls in my room and would like to sound proof if to ensure that no noise goes and and no noise is received Into the room. 1 wall which connects to another room and one wall which connects to the toilet. - Due date: Flexible
East Dulwich, Greater London, SE22
15th Nov 2023
X2 walls approx 2.5m high x 2.5m wide. Soundproof meeds to be added in to walls. Remove old plasterboard and replace with soundproof boards. In addition, equipment will be attached to the walls after soundproofing. If the wall is not sturdy (have solid foundation) it would be good if the builder can strengthen the wall. - Due date: Flexible
Paint wall, flat pack cabinet, screwdriver bolt, hang sound proof pads
Kennington, Greater London
10th Nov 2023
Paint wall grey Assemble a flat pack cabinet screwdriver bolts with hook into the wall of an immersion room, hang sound proof pads from the ceiling of an immersion room - Due date: Before Wednesday, 15 November 2023
Soundproof a wooden doorframe/ door
Bermondsey, Greater London, SE1
15th Oct 2023
I have a door from my kitchen to my garage conversion. I need this door to be soundproofed as we have a lodger in the garage conversion. A soundproof panel or a door blank has been recommended with the following details: Panel: - 3 lengths of timber 89mil x 38mil x 2.5m - Frame - 1 sheet of plasterboard - fill with high density foam or soundproofing foam - make a box and fit final plasterboard on top - a wood sandwich with insulation in between - Due date: Before Sunday, 22 October 2023
Install soundproof weatherstripping to door-style window
Tollcross, City of Edinburgh
7th Sep 2023
I am looking to update the weatherstripping of a door-style (it cracks open at the top and opens out fully like a door on hinges) window in my busy road-facing bedroom. The current sealing has shrunk and is allowing in road noise and street noise. High quality acoustic rubber/silicon tape would be excellent - aim is to reduce noise as much as possible. Thanks! - Due date: Flexible
Norwood New Town, Greater London
29th Aug 2023
Installation of soundproofing along wall in one room. Involves working around / repositioning two radiators. - Due date: Flexible
Ladywood, West Midlands
23rd Jul 2023
3 room 1000 sq foot office space with false ceiling. Needs soundproofing material installed above ceiling tiles. - Due date: Needs to be done on Friday, 28 July 2023
Help me install soundproofing on party wall
Cherry Hinton, Cambridgeshire
18th Jul 2023
Currently party wall is just dot and dab. I want to remove the current plasterboard and fit some insulation and new soundproof panels. - Due date: Flexible
West Watford, Hertfordshire
16th Jul 2023
Soundproofing single wall of bedroom - Due date: Flexible
Professionally soundproof a wall
Brook Green, Greater London, W6
1st Jul 2023
We are looking for a professional builder who can install the following structure in our living room. Some materials are already at the property, others need to be purchased (ie included in the offer): Work / Structure required Left and Right of Chimney: 1) Old Wall (no work needed) 2) 0.5cm - 1cm air / gap 3) Wooden Structure + Rockwool Sound Insulation 100m thickness (both need to be purchased and cut to fit) 4) Muteclip + Multiclip channels (purchased) 5) Plywood 6) Tecsound 100 (must be purchased) + Mass Vynil (purchased incl. adhesive) 7) Soundproof Plasterboard (must be purchased) 8) Plasterskin + Paint (purchased) 9) Install Rockwell special socket soundproof (purchased) Work / Structure required above and inside Chimney: 1) Remove current plasterboard without damaging the coving 2) Clean the internal structure within the chimney 3) Install wooden structure within the Chimney + Rockwool Sound Insulation 100mm thickness (both must be purchased) 4) Install Tecsound 100 (must be purchased) and Vynil matt (purchased incl. Adhesive) 5) Plywood (must be purchased) 6) Soundproof Plasterboard (must be purchased) 7) Install Rockwell special socket soundproof (purchased) 8) Plasterskin and Paint of wall As you can see on the pictures there are several sockets that must be taken out as well as a skirting board that must be detached and reattached after. This wall is in a recently redone living room with new furniture and we are looking for someone who works as clean as possible and with experience / respect for our things. - Due date: Flexible
Sound proof single garage to use as a workshop
St John's, Surrey
1st Jul 2023
I want a quote to sound proof garage from annoying neighbours to use as a workshop cutting wood alot and occasional metal and making things. - Due date: Flexible
Quote for sound proofing on the ground floor of a terraced property
Putney, Greater London
31st May 2023
Ground floor hallway and living room needs to be soundproofed approximately 45 foot long - Due date: Flexible
Chingford Green, Greater London
28th Apr 2023
Soundproofing ceilings from upstairs noise - Due date: Flexible
Wanstead Flats, Greater London
23rd Apr 2023
Looking for someone with experience with resilient clips and installing soundproof plaster and sand boards to ceiling. Room is around 15m2. - Due date: Flexible
Plumstead, Greater London, SE18
20th Apr 2023
Need assistance sound proofing walls to stop noise coming inside my home. Would need DIY Handyman + equipment recommendation to buy for you to complete the job. Only 2 small walls need to be soundproofed. - Due date: Flexible
Soundproof my party wall
Plumstead Common, Greater London
15th Apr 2023
We live in a semi-detached house and we have a party wall which seems to be very thin. We're able to hear our neighbours talking on the phone which seems to be an airborne issue. We'd like assistance with the easiest and cheapest way to block the noise from the party wall we receive the most noise from. It's only the small gap between the party wall that would need work to block out the sound. - Due date: Flexible
Soundproof my windows
Clapham, Greater London
14th Apr 2023
Sound proof 3 windows in the bedroom. Either with a plastic insert or a removable insert. - Due date: Flexible
Soundproofing a wall
Levenshulme, Greater Manchester
2nd Apr 2023
Soundproofing one wall, roughly 4msq - Due date: Flexible