|Posted by hj on June 22, 2002 at 20:56:15:|
|In response to Re: soundproofing|
The major sound transmission is through the 2x4 studs and conventional insulation will not prevent that. If it is a major concern, then horizontal s acoustical strips fastened to the studs and the sheetrock screwed to them will eliminate a large amount of noise. Then installing insulation, and being certain that electrical boxes are not lined up in the two rooms should give the maximum sound attenuation.
: I am converting our dining room into a large master bath. Our kitchen is on the other side of one of the walls in the bathroom and I'm looking to lessen the sound transference through the walls.
: Does anyone have a suggestion for sound proofing? Is standard insulation the best thing to use?
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