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Robbi

We live on a busy street and used Quiet Rock sound deadening drywall when we remodeled. It made a huge difference.

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Ruth R
My condo was under construction so I the opportunity to upgrade to Safe and Sound Insulation. I also caulked everywhere.
   
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J K
If you live in a community that has condo or HOA rules, following them instead of trying to break or bend them is the easiest way to get along with your neighbors.
   

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