Picture this: You come home from work, the television is blaring, the kids are playing an impromptu game of hockey in the upstairs hallway, and your better half is doing cooking-with-karaoke. Sound familiar?
Over the past several years, the demand for house soundproofing has increased, and it’s no coincidence. We are living closer together, alongside traffic of all kinds, and we’re looking for ways to hear only what we want to hear. Some manufacturers of soundproofing products have seen up to a 22 percent increase in sales since 2015.
What if you could barely hear extraneous noise, thanks to such simple soundproofing measures as carpet, caulk, and even a no-shoes-in-the-house policy?