When soundproofing a house, sometimes various measures are taken into effect, such as buying soundproofing curtains or padded carpeting, installing acoustic tiles and drop-ceiling systems, or even piling up thick furniture against the windows to let them absorb the sound waves instead. And these all require some effort and a lot of planning, especially with interior decorating-conscious people.
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.
When you have existing timber windows and think the only way to have better insulation is to replace your windows there is another option.
Whether you are extending, building, or renovating a home, it pays to educate yourself on what choices are available for you when it comes to windows and doors.
Are you looking at renovating your home or planning on building a new one? Either way, this can be an exciting time for you.
You’ve had your insulating glazing (IG) units for years. Recently, however, you noticed that they are fairly clouded most of the time. Now, you’re wondering why they are misted up when these units are supposed to prevent this very dilemma.