If you are building a new home, it is important to consider what sounds you may need to keep in or out of each room in the home. There are some pretty obvious examples, like a music room or a home theater. But what about more traditional spaces?
Laundry rooms, powder baths, and mechanical closets emit sounds that you would most likely want to be contained, while nurseries, bedrooms, and home offices should be protected from noise emanating from the rest of the home. But how do you plan to soundproof a room? Below are four ways you can soundproof the rooms in your home.