A: KgoTW That should work. Note any outlets or penetrations on the wall or cieling. Ie light switches, lights, cieling fans. You will need to use a putty tape around those penetrations for this to work well. Your idea is sound and will help. Mike
A: Furring strips will just transmit the noise. It will be more effective if you cut 2" strips of this stuff (mind you that it is not easy to cut) and staple it to the studs first. That way you have 2X thickness of this material to stop noise transmitted through the studs. Between studs is taken care of by existing insulation and 1X layer of this material. Addition studs or during strips will not help unless they are not connected to the existing wall except at the ceiling and floor.
A: 10' rolls are 45 square feet of coverage 20' rolls are 90 square feet of coverage
A: Yes. I stapled to the studs on both sides of my bedroom walls. Inside and outside.
A: Yes you can do that. Stapler needs to industrial strength. Our material is fairly thick and tough. Mike
A: Yes. This can be done.
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