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3 Ways You Can Soundproof a Window (Infographic)

thermawood February 15, 2017 Infographics

Noise pollution is rampant in today’s world. Whether they are from the regular traffic, neighborhood noise, trains, aircraft, machinery, or other outside noise, they may be highly unwanted indoors, and as such, becomes a nuisance towards everyday lives.

 

One of the ways to counteract this is by soundproofing areas where sound passes through – and that includes windows. This way, noise can be reduced as they pass through this area, which brings a more comfortable acoustic experience indoors. They can also be used to keep noise within the premises, and thus not adding to the acoustic chaos outside.

 

While there might be ways to soundproof a window using various methods such as thick furniture or curtains, sometimes they cannot be applicable for the type of establishment. Here are ways you can soundproof the windows themselves:

 

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