Why soundproof your Twin Cities Building?
Many building owners in the greater Minneapolis and St. Paul area complain about how noisy their properties seem to be. With loud neighbors, barking dogs, road noise, lawn mowers during the summer, and snow blowers during the winter, it’s not a surprise most people can’t even hear themselves think. Add mechanical sounds and noises from other rooms, and your building can easily sound like an airport terminal, not a business.
Whether you’re looking to soundproof your whole building, a specific area, or even just one room, we can help.
Using Insulation for Soundproofing
One of the most effective methods for soundproofing is to use noise deadening insulation like RetroFoam. While it might not be the first solution you think of, insulation does more than just keep your building warm — it also helps to block noise!
By injecting this non-expanding foam into the walls, floors, or ceilings, you’ll experience the quiet you’ve always wanted. Unlike other types of insulation that are messy and time-consuming to install, to install RetroFoam we simply create small openings and inject the foam insulation into each cavity. There is no need to remove any existing insulation or to open up any walls, floors, or ceilings, so the project can be done quickly without wreaking havoc on your business or home.
Additional Benefits of RetroFoam Insulation
Unlike blown-in cellulose or fiberglass insulation, RetroFoam will not settle over time. In addition to wall cavities, the material also works really well in concrete block foundations and cathedral ceilings.
In addition to soundproofing, using RetroFoam in your building has other benefits, including:
- Keeping your space cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter
- Making your building more energy efficient
- Helping you save on your air conditioning and heating bills
- Potentially extending the lifespan of your HVAC systems
Soundproof Your Building with RetroGreen Energy
While using RetroFoam insulation is the most effective method for soundproofing especially because it is such a great multitasker, we will always help you find the solution right for your needs. Our experts at RetroGreen Energy can help determine whether a sound transmission reducing drywall might be able to help, or if there are any DIY solutions you could implement.
If your building is in the greater St. Paul and Minneapolis region, the RetroGreen Energy team can make your space more peaceful and comfortable with soundproofing solutions like RetroFoam.