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Soundproofing Your Home: The Role of Insulation

When it comes to insulation, one aspect that often goes overlooked is the ability to soundproof.

Insulating your home or apartment building for soundproofing is a great way to reduce exterior noise from outside and help minimize noise transfer between rooms and floors of the building by ensuring walls and ceilings are well-insulated.

In this blog post, the insulation experts at Big City Insulation of Idaho offer tips for soundproofing your home so you can enjoy a more peaceful, relaxing indoor environment.

Best Insulation To Soundproof Your Home

One of the most important aspects of soundproofing your home is selecting the right insulation material. There are several insulation options that are great for reducing noise between rooms, floors and the outdoors, including:

  • Blown-in cellulose insulation: Comprised of recycled materials and capable of withstanding fires and pests, blown-in cellulose insulation is another great option for soundproofing areas in your home or apartment building.
  • Blown-in fiberglass insulation: A great option for finished walls, blown-in fiberglass can easily fill cavities to create a thick layer of protection against unwanted heat and noise transfer.
  • Fiberglass batt insulation: Fiberglass batts are designed to form a perfect fit between wall studs and framing, providing ample thermal protection and powerful sound-dampening capabilities.
  • Rockwool insulation: Created from spun rock fibers and metal slag, rockwool insulation is denser than fiberglass batts, providing slightly better soundproofing capabilities.

Soundproof Your Home With Re-Insulation

Technician blowing in loose-fill insulation in an attic.

If you have an existing structure and are concerned about the insulation quality, re-insulation services can provide the solution. Retrofit insulation involves replacing or enhancing your existing insulation materials to improve energy efficiency and soundproofing throughout the property.

During this process, your insulation professionals will remove old, ineffective insulation and install new materials, such as fiberglass, rockwool or cellulose.

Upgrading your insulation can help address gaps and air leaks, ensuring they’re adequately sealed to provide optimal thermal protection while minimizing noise transfer between rooms and from outside.

This can significantly reduce noise pollution in a home or apartment building, creating a quieter, more comfortable living environment.

Get a Quote on Insulation Installation in Idaho

Interested in enhancing your home or apartment building’s soundproofing through re-insulation? Big City Insulation of Idaho offers the retrofit insulation solutions you need to strengthen sound protection in your property.

We also have a wide selection of top-quality insulation products, so our team can introduce you to a range of powerful soundproofing capabilities for your home or business.

At Big City Insulation of Idaho, we’re committed to providing energy-efficient insulation solutions for new and existing single-family and multifamily residential and commercial properties.

We achieve this by prioritizing safety, integrity, dependability, commitment, collaboration and excellence every step of the way. With free service estimates and a team of friendly, experienced professionals, we’ll help minimize noise pollution in your property in no time.

Request a free quote for insulation installation in Idaho by calling 208-488-4962 today.

Services We Provide
Residential Insulation

Our insulation team adds energy efficiency, comfort and value to new and existing homes.

Commercial Insulation

Big City Insulation of Idaho is a leading installer of commercial fiberglass, rigid board and rockwool insulation.

Insulation Removal

Big City Insulation of Idaho provides home insulation removal services.

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