Are you disturbed with the annoying noise that penetrates to your room from the street nearby? Irritated with the loud noise coming out of your kid’s room when you are involved with some important office work? Unfortunately, you can’t stop all these bothersome sounds. However, you can reduce the effect of the noise generated by properly selecting and using soundproofing techniques.
For any confined space, soundproofing and airflow are two aspects that must go hand in hand. If soundproofing is not planned properly, it can lead to a lack of air and flow within a room. This can be harmful to the owner. Hence, it is important that airflow be taken into consideration when planning to soundproof a room.