315 sound absorption Basement Design Photos

Custer Design Group
2 Reviews
Basement Remodel - Mechanicsburg
Sound absorption on walls and wall lights
2 rows of couches and sound deadening wall panels
“Like” — kimanno
Biondi Decor
12 Reviews
Robertson Close
Did you use any kind of sound-proofing insulation or acoustic paneling in this space?
Instead, we installed glass sliding doors to divide the area while providing a sound barrier. We also added a room divider where doors could not be installed
Sound CheckWhen sound waves strike a surface, three things happen: Some of the sound is reflected back into the room.Some
“music room” — twilightwoods
Princeton Design Collaborative
8 Reviews
Lower Level Living
Did you use the acoustical wall system with the 2" sound deadening material behind and z channel for the ceiling. What was the result
It is a perforated aluminum panel to help absorb sound , it does not create a sound barrier between rooms . You can add acoustical panel behind
Is it sound proof?
“LOVE IT” — am77
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Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
17 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
any issues with sound upstairs/was anything done to deaden sound downstairs since the ceiling is exposed?
No sound insulation was used to seperate the floors. There is a door that occurs at
Bedrooms occur on second and third floors so there was no real need to isolate sound. Floors overhead are hardwood as well.
“Basement” — daza4444
Wentworth, Inc.
4 Reviews
Loft-Like Basement Renovation
treatment (no insulation) cause heating problems on the main level? Does sound travel up?
told that removing the insulation would increase my heating bill and that sound would travel. Would like to have access to the ceiling, but don't want to
Do you have carpeting with thick padding on the floor above to absorb sound?
restaurants. It helps hide the framework which can be unsightly as well as add a sound barrier and help with insulation.
“This is what I want ours to look like.” — Chezley Royster
Wentworth, Inc.
4 Reviews
Loft-Like Basement Renovation
how do you sound proof the exposed joist ceiling from top floor noises?
family room upstairs. Since we've been living here almost 20 years, adding a sound attenuation mat is not an option and the floors are largely wood. I'm trying
What did you for sound insulation.
“Basement” — kathyskead
Lucy Call
My Houzz: The Thorns
with all the concrete, how is the sound control?
sound quality
“Awsome” — livelifewithnolimits
Brunelleschi Construction
19 Reviews
floors, trim, paint, surround sound system
continues. If your budget allows, install built-in speakers, for surround sound, or keep things simple and plug your TV into your stereo for that cinema
“Farben grau” — peterpan110
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