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Sell Your Home Fast With Soundproof Windows

When purchasing a new home, what makes the house attractive or unattractive? Savvy homebuyers, home sellers and real estate agents often consider similar factors. Some of the things to consider are: the condition of the home, any upgrades made to the home, the functionality of the home’s parts, the landscaping, the heating and ventilation, the condition of the roof, the home’s insulation properties, the neighbors themselves, and the big one, the average noise produced near the home. People love quiet homes in quiet neighborhoods. In this article, we discuss how noise affects home sales and what can be done to mitigate noise. How Does Noise Affect Home Sales? Pretty much no one has ever said, “I’d like to tour your noisiest homes in your noisiest... Read More →

What Is the Ideal Hotel Window?

As populations continue to grow, especially in urban sectors, noise pollution also continues to grow. Casino hotels, resort casinos, and standard hotels across the world are tasked with designing rooms optimized for comfort, security, and functionality. Savvy room designers must consider which bed and bedding to purchase, which carpet or flooring, which drapes or blinds, which windows, which televisions, which refrigerators, which microwaves, which sinks, etc. As such, soundproof hotel rooms have become something for room designers to strive towards. One key component to the soundproofing of any room is the hotel window itself. In this article, we’ll examine what properties the ideal hotel window possesses. Characteristics of the Ideal Hotel Window While it may not be possible to address all of the following factors... Read More →

How to Soundproof a Room from Outside Noise

Okay, so you want to soundproof a room from outside noise. Whether you’re looking to soundproof hotel rooms, apartment complexes, condominiums, business buildings, or your own home, we at Soundproof Windows would like to offer some helpful information. In this article we’ll discuss sound-absorbing materials, sound-blocking materials, reverberation, and more. How Do Materials Absorb and Block Sound? Sound-absorption materials do not block sound. Sound-absorption materials reduce the bouncing and echoing of soundwaves in a given room. Sound-absorbers alter soundwave paths and convert the energy to heat. You’ll often see sound-absorbing devices constructed with foams and ‘squishy’ materials. Sound-absorbers are designed to reduce the reverberation in a room. Reverberation refers to the continuance of sound in a room after it was originally produced. When soundwaves get... Read More →

Tips to Isolate a Room From Outside Noise

Is it just us, or does the world seem like it becomes noisier every day? If you work a traditional 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. job, the rampant noise outside your home may not be a major issue in your life. If you are one of the many thousands of Americans who work outside traditional hours (first responders, medical professionals, servers, etc.), it may be more important for you to sleep during the day instead of at night. This article will describe methods you can use to reduce outside noise from entering your home, which objects in your home cause the most noise, and which building materials in your home can be used to mitigate noise. What Methods Can Be Used to Reduce Outside Noise... Read More →

What Are Storm Windows?

Optimizing your house, apartment, or condo is on many of our ‘lists’, but it’s sometimes difficult to decide which projects to tackle first. Do I get those beautiful hardwood floors? Maybe I should upgrade to granite countertops? Is it time to take a look at the insulation and windows in my home? When deciding which home project should be next, consider the aesthetic value and the utility your project will deliver. Storm windows are an inexpensive way to increase your home’s insulation value, but are they really the best window investments you can make? What Are Storm Windows? Storm windows are usually installed as a cheap, economical, alternative to single pane windows. “Storm Windows” are installed on the outside of the single pane window (usually... Read More →

Noise Pollution in the Top 10 Loudest USA Cities

It’s no secret that as the United States becomes increasingly urban, the corresponding noise pollution responds accordingly. Noise pollution due to air traffic, vehicle traffic, pedestrian traffic, and construction are plaguing the homes of many Americans. The Bureau of Transportation Statistics, a division of the United States Department of Transportation, updated its National Transportation Noise Map on June 12, 2017. The map allows users to see the noise generated in their particular neighborhoods. City dwellers need not suffer from noise pollution indefinitely. Soundproof Windows, Inc. can help reduce the noise entering your home by more than you’d think. The Top 10 Loudest USA Cities Baltimore, MD – The port of Baltimore and the densely populated urban areas case the high amount of noise for the... Read More →

What is the Best Way to Reduce Noise?

The best way to soundproof your windows in your home, studio, or workspace is to install Soundproof Windows, plain and simple! Now you can sleep late, enjoy solitude, and reduce stress. In short, you can make your home your silent oasis. Soundproof Windows will significantly reduce the noise levels without compromising style. Your windows will look better than ever before. A Soundproof Window uses cutting-edge technology to dramatically reduce the noise in your environment and improve your quality of life. Acoustically engineered to act as a sound barrier, Soundproof Windows offer most of the benefits of dual-pane replacement windows and several benefits not available with replacement windows. Learn more about how Soundproof Windows work. Installation available everywhere in the US.  Also available in Canada. You can get virtually ALL the... Read More →

Windows and Doors are the Noise Problem

Our soundproof windows are second windows placed behind your existing windows. Our windows insulate, stop drafts, soundproof and more. They open and close just like your existing windows, and offer more benefits than replacement windows – at a significantly lower cost. Soundproof Windows has many satisfied customers. This section of our website details real-life situations where soundproofing and soundproofing windows have solved the noise problems of some of our residential and commercial customers. If Your Goal is to… Save Energy It doesn’t matter that Soundproof Windows weren’t specifically designed for energy efficiency, they achieve it! Many customers contact us because they cannot replace their windows or do not wish to, but need to save on energy bills. One of our case studies, located in Reno, NV, where... Read More →

How to Soundproof Windows

How do I soundproof my windows? I can’t take the noise anymore! Does this sound familiar? Is this how you feel every morning when you wake up? (BEFORE your alarm, because of who-knows-what.) While there are many articles about best replacement windows, windows seals, soundproof panels, and DIY soundproofing, solving your noise problem for good starts and ends with Soundproof Windows. A Soundproof Window is a second window placed behind your existing window that opens and closes just like your current one – there is no need to remove or replace your window to eliminate noise problems. No construction mess or down time to install our soundproof windows. The noise problems are seldom the walls but are always the windows. Only in extreme noise environments... Read More →

Get Rid of Condensation on Windows

For good. Seriously. Soundproof Windows are the best replacement windows for stopping condensation on windows. And when we say replacement windows for your home, we really mean an attachment to your existing windows. We want to make life easier for you! Adding Soundproof Windows will: Reduce or stop window condensation problems Reduce condensation similarly to dual pane windows Window condensation is a difficult problem to predict, solve or guarantee. Entire books have been written about condensation, its various causes and how to prevent it. Soundproof Windows will significantly reduce your window condensation, and in many cases may stop it completely. Causes of Window Condensation Imagine this:  A glass of iced tea will usually sweat (condensation). If you put the tea in an insulated cup or glass it usually will... Read More →