Reduce indoor noise Saint John NB

Canadian winters can be unruly, but what we often forget is that Canadian summers can also be unbearably hot. And with the aging population and so ma ...

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(NC)-Canadian winters can be unruly, but what we often forget is that Canadian summers can also be unbearably hot. And with the aging population and so many people suffering from allergies in the summer, the indoors can provide a cozy and climate-controlled safe haven.

As enjoyable as a cool and comfortable home may be, too much indoor activity can create a noisy environment. Sound can travel from room to room and may be disruptive for those in the home.

It's comforting to know you can equip your home to help reduce indoor noise. Consider insulating your home with products specially designed to help control sounds travelling from room to room. Try installing QuietZone acoustical batt insulation from Owens Corning in interior walls, ceilings and floors. It can be used to help absorb the irritating and unwanted sounds that interrupt a quiet home environment. If you are not a do-it-yourselfer, you may consider hiring a professional sound solution company to help you determine the best solution for your noise problem.

Here are a few other helpful tips that can help reduce noise transfer in your home:

• Add a solid core door to rooms to help block sound

• Replace old noisy appliances such as dishwashers, washing machines and fans with newer, quieter models

• Use caulking to seal cracks around electrical outlets and vents to help prevent noise transfer into other parts of the home

Adding QuietZone acoustic insulation to rooms in your home can help reduce indoor noise and may be one of your most sound investments. For more information on noise control and do-it-yourself instructions on installing the QuietZone Noise Control System, visit www.owenscorning.ca.

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