Free Soundproofing Installation Manuals (SIM)
Soundproofing Company provides free custom Soundproofing Installation Manuals (SIM) at no cost when you purchase soundproofing materials for commercial and residential walls, ceilings and floor soundproofing projects.
With every eligible purchase we provide a fully illustrated set of instructions created specifically for your job. After a phone consultation, we will prepare and email you a file with relevant diagrams, instructions, and schematics. You'll have everything you need do the install right the first time.
Soundproofing Company’s sales team is available to discuss the scope of work directly with you or your architect, designer, or contractor. We are with you from consultation through installation. That's our promise, and part of the Soundproofing Company Difference.
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DETAILED INSTALLATION SCHEMATICS
Install your soundproofing like a pro - or simply hand your soundproofing installation guide over to your contractor. We provide step-by-step instructions and tips on best soundproofing practices.
SPEEDLOAD INSTALLATION MANUAL
Building a double stud wall is the best way to suppress low frequency noise. Using Green Glue in 5 gallon pails saves you money and time, and our Speedload Dispenser will help you install quickly without having to open a ton of tubes that creates a large amount of waste.
If you are building a theater or studio, you are going to have to get air in and out of your sealed room. Following this guide will help you ventilate without compromising your soundproofing efforts.
Soffits allow you to hide ventilation, recessed lighting, conduit and cables. Unfortunately, they can also be a huge compromise to your overall sound isolation if you do not plan ahead. This manual includes key considerations for soundproofing soffits in your ceiling.
For dedicated rooms that generate a great deal of noise such as home theaters and home recording studios, consider building a dead vent. The key benefit of a properly constructed dead vent is that it can be used to reduce sound in ventilation systems when a soffit muffler within the room is not practical.
There are times when you need to build an opening in your wall or ceiling that will not leak. This installation guide includes detailed schematics.