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March 18, 2011

Green Glue Application is Easy

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Have you been seriously considering using Green Glue in your next soundproofing project but aren’t sure you can handle the installation? The good news is that Green Glue is incredibly easy to install. We created the following video to show you just how simple the installation can be. Check it out for yourself!

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March 7, 2011

DIY Soundproofing

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There are dozens of incredible ways to go about soundproofing a home or room. In this video, Arthur Noxon from Acoustic Sciences talks about some of the ways you can pull off a do-it-yourself soundproofing project.

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While he’s got some great ideas, we recommend checking out some mass loaded vinyl or Green Glue. They’re both inexpensive methods of soundproofing and are very easy to use.

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January 24, 2011

Soundproofing a Rented Apartment

The other day we read a brief Q&A article from a guy who rented a flat in Europe. Because the walls are thin, he constantly has problems with noise disturbing his roommate (or vice versa). He stated that renting was a problem and meant they could not make any changes to the walls. He wanted to know what to do.

With all due respect, we think he’d be pleasantly surprised at the response of his landlord if he asked to make changes to the wall. Green Glue damping compound is not very expensive, so he and his co-tenant would definitely benefit from the changes, even if they had to pay for them out of pocket. The landlord, on the other hand, might find that his property is suddenly more valuable in terms of renting to future tenants.

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It’s a win-win situation. Consider talking to your landlord if you find yourself in a similar situation.

December 20, 2010

Soundproofing Your Music Studio

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Building a music studio inside your home is something you should plan very carefully. Not only will you need a place suitable for creating quality sound, but you’ll need to make an extra special effort to ensure you aren’t bothering other household members (or your outside neighbors) at the same time.

There are quite a number of options available for creating a great, soundproof music studio. Some people will recommend hanging acoustical panels or mass loaded vinyl. Others will recommend filling your walls with some sort of insulation. These are effective methods of soundproofing – true – but they’re not the most effective.

If you’re really serious about soundproofing your music studio, consider using Green Glue to add an extra layer of drywall to the room you are using. You’ll get a soundproof room with great acoustics – and you’ll never hear your neighbors complain again!

May 13, 2010

Applying Green Glue

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We know that the concept of using a new soundproofing product, like Green Glue Damping Compound in Tubes, can be a bit overwhelming for some. Today we thought we’d take the opportunity to show you how simple applying Green Glue can really be. Check out this short but informative video. After you see this, you’ll be ready to start your own project.

May 3, 2010

Exploring Soundproofing Materials: Sheetrock

Last week we started looking at some of the soundproofing materials available for use today.

One of the materials we’ve discovered is lead lined sheetrock. Lead lined sheetrock is actually very effective at absorbing sound. There’s just one problem.

It’s crazy expensive – averaging close to $200 per sheet, depending on where you make your purchase.

Truth be told, you’re better off using some Green Glue and buying some new drywall. It’ll cost less and be incredibly effective as well.

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April 19, 2010

Can a Landlord Soundproof an Occupied Apartment?

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While browsing the web we came upon an interesting question. A landlord had been receiving complaints from tenants living both above and below a third tenant. He knows the ceilings don’t have any insulation, so he wanted to know what he could do to fix the problem without disturbing his tenants.

Reality? He needs to get in there and start soundproofing. As long as he gives his tenants enough notice, he could easily finish a soundproofing job, utilizing a bit of Green Glue and drywall, in just a day or two in each unit. Sooner, if he had help. The tenants are already complaining, so they probably won’t mind a minor inconvenience!

April 14, 2010

Using Green Glue Damping Compound

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As you have probably already guessed, we think very highly of Green Glue here. While there are tons of great soundproofing techniques, the use of Green Glue is probably one of the most effective and affordable.

Check out this video from Markertek for some information about how Green Glue was designed and used. We think you’ll have a better understanding of sound isolation after watching.

July 15, 2009

Can I Soundproof My Boat?

If you’re lucky enough to have a speedboat, yacht, or cabin cruiser than you’ll probably want to take the time to soundproof the interior just a little bit. Who wants to be aroused from a seaborne nap in the cabin by the sound of the incredibly loud marine diesel engine or by the sound of the waves slapping on the side of the hull? Why not enjoy your time on the sea as much as possible?

Soundproofing a boat is easier than you might think. The main source of noise is, of course, the engine compartment. With that in mind you’ll want to adhere some mass loaded vinyl to the inside walls of the engine compartment. You can get it to stick by using some sort of contact cement or, for added effect, another acoustical product like Green Glue. Whatever you do, make sure the products you choose to use are waterproof.

To finish off the project you’ll simply have to apply some acoustical caulk around the seams and perimeter of the vinyl. Make sure you let your work dry completely before putting the boat in the water. The soundproofing effects garnered by just this little bit of work will prove astounding.

June 18, 2009

Can I Soundproof Hardwood Floors?

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A while back we were reading some posts over at the Floor Talk! site and a reader over there had posed an interesting question. The guy in question was a condo owner and wanted to install hardwood floors but his homeowners associateion wouldn’t let him have them installed because the floors would make too much noise and disturb his downstairs neighbor.

The reader than posed the question that interested us. He wanted to know if he could use Green Glue under the new hardwood floor to reduce the noise. The answer? Not as promising as we hoped.

If you have a condo and are able to change the height of the floor, adding another layer of plywood and then the Green Glue, the effect might really be exactly what you’re looking for. Remember, the thicker the insulation the less noise you’ll hear.

In the end, though, it turns out that the Green Glue combination will only really absorb low-frequency noises but those high-frequency noises wouldn’t be absorbed. In the end your downstairs neighbors will still hear you sliding your furniture around or dropping your keys and silverware.

In this case, Green Glue is only a part of the solution. As much as we hate to admit it, if you own a condo and could potentially violate your agreements or anger your neighbors you should consider hiring a sound consultant. He or she will be able to best determine whether installing a hardwood floor is a reality or merely another dream.

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