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  • Lightweight, easy to work with, good sound screen. I put it over two bedroom windows and now I am...
  • July 03, 2017
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Lightweight, easy to work with, good sound screen. I put it over two bedroom windows and now I am sleeping much better. Stiffen it with a couple of backing boards, add a couple of handles, and you can easily make a snug-fitting plug for window openings.

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Will

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  • My house had an exposed waste water pipe running from the second floor down through a bedroom clo...
  • February 09, 2019
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My house had an exposed waste water pipe running from the second floor down through a bedroom closet on the first floor. Instead of putting the pipe in the wall, my brilliant builder cut holes in the corner of the closet shelves and ran the pipe through. The result was that any time water was used on the second floor, the pipe made a loud splashing sound in the bedroom that was very annoying. I wrapped the pipe in fiberglass insulation and framed the corner with this sound board and now the pipe is virtually silent. This board is very fibrous so it required a primer and 2 coats of paint to cover, but it is paintable to match surrounding walls.

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Kovich

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6 out of 6 people found this helpful
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  • I installed this on the ceiling of my entire house to try and dissipate the sound from my flat ro...
  • February 19, 2019
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I installed this on the ceiling of my entire house to try and dissipate the sound from my flat roof. I then installed tongue and groove over it. It didn't make as much of a difference in the sound level as I was expecting but, it did help. The price was right, so I got what I paid for. If you need a product that will totally deaden the noise you should look into the more expensive sound proofing materials

caltx

4 out of 4 people found this helpful
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  • Great product! Easy to cut and install. I hung 5/8” drywall right over the top of it. I used it ...
  • October 09, 2018
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Great product! Easy to cut and install. I hung 5/8” drywall right over the top of it. I used it in conjunction with Rockwool insulation and it worked perfect. Use a multi tool to cut not a razor knife.

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Magdad

2 out of 2 people found this helpful
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  • Installed in a shed out back[ drum room] by what...
  • July 24, 2018

Installed in a shed out back[ drum room] by what my girl says " it's a muffled sound" . It works ..

Joseph

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  • Please understand what this product is and also what it isn't. If you put this on the ceiling of ...
  • July 16, 2018

Please understand what this product is and also what it isn't. If you put this on the ceiling of a noisy room it will have an effect similar to putting a wall to wall carpet on the floor - it will reduce that kind of irritating high-frequency clatter in rooms with hard surfaces. I've used this product this way for many years and it works well. If you're concerned about how it looks, there are a variety of solutions. A lot of users cover the panel with fabric - very much like making a bed with hospital corners, although you'll want to fasten it with staples and (since the board is a little soft), helping it out with a little contact cement. I solution I like, although more expensive, works well in very contemporary settings, which is to apply over the top of the sound board a perforated metal. It looks as if it would be noisy, but in fact since the panels are around 50 percent holes, it still cuts down high-frequency clatter considerably. We did an entire large living room/kitchen this way at 610 Rhode Island Street in San Francisco. Google the address and you'll probably find some pictures showing how the perf metal looks. It's quite handsome if you like very contemporary architecture. We used it with a zinc finish, but it's available in some other formats as well. But, also, please note what this product is NOT. It is not designed to impede the passage of sound - it cuts down high-frequency sound but lower frequencies sail right on through. Why? Beause the one essential thing about stopping sound is MASS. Weight, in other words. And this is a lightweight product. There are products on the market (from Auralex and others) that will stop sound, but this isn't one of them.

Pat

26 out of 30 people found this helpful
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  • It surprisingly did very little to muffle the noise we...
  • April 17, 2018

It surprisingly did very little to muffle the noise we purchased it for. It may work for some but was a waste of money for our purpose.

Diane

6 out of 10 people found this helpful
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By: Diane
  • 4 Star Review
  • April 22, 2017

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  • 5 Star Review
  • February 14, 2018

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Caleb

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  • I was looking for specific items, asked an employee and...
  • October 10, 2018

I was looking for specific items, asked an employee and she tracked down the exact person who could help me and give me pointers-great experience!

Nancy

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