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Sound Proofing

We offer high quality sound proofing options that are best suitable for your application. The more you invest into sound proofing, the better you will achieve.

Quiet Rock Drywall

Sound Board Drywall

Green Glue

Resilent Metal Channels


Got Sound Problems?

1. Determine what type of sound you are hearing.

2. Identify the areas the sound is coming from.

3.Contact us

Principles of Sound Insulation

In order to tackle sound, we need to work on the 4 elements of sound proofing:

1) Decoupling - Reduce the vibration transmitted between walls.
2) Absorption - Have the air work through something between the two walls.
3) Add Mass - Make the vibrations in the wall lose more energy.
4) Damping - Make only parts of a material vibrate.







A successull sound proofing job

Some of past sound proofing jobs included sound proofing a theater room. We converted a basic 10x12 room into a sound proof studio room. The most cost efficent method we used was adding an additional layer of 5/8" drywall with 2 tubes of green glue per sheet on walls and ceilings. The home owner now can blast his surround sound entertainment system and not disturb others in the house. There is a certain method to applying this glue, and if not done right, can let sound escape.

Another successful sound proofing story-

We had a client that lived in a 3 story apartment in Miami Beach, and had a problem with his upstairs neighbor. The neighbor upstairs recently had tile floor installed, however, they did not use a cork underlayment under the tile, thus creating a bothersome problem for our client. Everytime the neightbor would walk, (especially with high heels) our client would hear EVERY STEP! He was fustrated and wondered if there was a solution to it.

We furred out his plaster ceilings with 7/8" resilent channels, which is a metal stud applied perpendicular to the trusses above. Then we added a rigid foam insulation panel (r-5) and taped all seams. Finally, we installed 1/2" layer of QUIET-ROCK to the ceilings through-out his apartment. After a week of renovations, our client can now claim his home again. He does not hear any more noise upstairs, and plans in the future to sound-proof his neighboring walls that divides his apartment.



Build Your Sound Proofing Now!


Current wall (1 layer of 5/8" drywall each side with no insulation has an STC rating of 35)

An STC rating of 50+ is probably the minimum someone needs to get 'good' sound insulation and 60+ to get 'great' sound insulation


1. Add Isolation Clips - + 8 STC Points

2. Add 1 layer of drywall over existing drywall +2 STC Points

3. Add 2 layers of 5/8" drywall with 2 tube of green glue per sheet +8/9 STC Points

4. Add 3 layers of 5/8" drywall with 2 tube of green glue per sheet + 12/13 STC Points

5. Add 1 layer of Mass Loaded Vinyl barrier +2/3 STC Points

6. Add Cork Layer Barrier + 1/2 STC Points

7. Add Mineral Wool insulation - + 6 STC Points

8. Add RC channels to existing framing + 4 STC Points

9. Add 3/8" Sound Sealant around wall perimeters +1 STC Point

10. Install Soundproof putty pads around outlets +1 STC Point


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