Author Topic: sound Dryboard and green glue on a masonry brick wall  (Read 1745 times)

nick1izm

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sound Dryboard and green glue on a masonry brick wall
« on: May 15, 2015, 07:54:59 PM »
Hi I need some advice on soundproofing a wall which use to be an old fireplace. I was wondering if I could get away with using soundboard and green glue and screwing the soundboard straight on to a masonry brick wall. I'm a bit worried in case it doesn't work. Basically I'm trying to get rid of a lot of low frequency sounds from the house next door, but I don't want to lose to much room and I also heard that using resilient bar may in enhance low frequency bass due to the gap between the walls.. grateful of any help.

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Re: sound Dryboard and green glue on a masonry brick wall
« Reply #1 on: May 18, 2015, 04:15:30 PM »
is the fireplace still a hollow area or have you filled it with something?
technically you would have to decouple to address the low frequency, I think it would be best to have you give me a call direct to further discuss the current assembly.

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