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Author Topic: Window Soundproofing  (Read 5175 times)

Sante Biordi

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Window Soundproofing
« on: January 29, 2005, 11:53:46 PM »

I have read up on soundproofing windows against traffic noise(motorcycles, etc), barking dogs within 30 feet, etc., in a residential neighborhood.

I have decided to use window grade plexiglass and fashion a sliding window so that I can get air in the room during good weather days. This is planned by using material to make a track so that the plexiglass slides the same way that sliding doors do.

My question is; what materials can I use or not use in making this track? Is wood and metal bad? how about a plastic track.  I have a 3" window sill to build on.



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Re: Window Soundproofing
« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2005, 11:55:32 PM »

Hello Sante.
Magnet Seal makes a a type of window soundproofing which can be attached to the inside of the window. The additional acrylic panel is held on with a plastic molding and magnets. You apply a metal strip to the interior of the window and attach the molding, magnet plus acrylic panel.

It is proven effective.

Hope this helps!

Marc Saldana
Super Soundproofing Inc.
Telephone (760)752 3030