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Q & A: Can i sound-proof my double wide housing with insulation in the walls?

Question by abovethebest: Can i sound-proof my double wide housing with insulation in the walls?
Is there a way i can sound proof, I am thinking by buying and installing sound proof insulation in the walls. I am also thinking that may not be practical because of limited space in the wall.

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Answer by Jackie
A cost effective way to soundproof walls is to attach egg boxes all over the walls and then a layer of plasterboard.

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3 Responses to Q & A: Can i sound-proof my double wide housing with insulation in the walls?

  1. JOHN H

    the best way forward here is to fix 50mm x 25mm battens to the wall 600mm apart put fibre glass between and then fix plaster boards to battens then plaster skim ok you loose 35mm space but it will work

  2. Will

    I covered the walls of my garage with a loose pile carpet that was given to me by a carpet installer. It was left over from a job he did and it didn’t cost me a dime. Carpet works great.

  3. saaanen

    No. Windows, doors, floors, cupboards, etc. all allow sound the travel through.

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