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Noise from other rooms in your home can create sound disturbances in your child’s bedroom, keeping them up or waking them up in the middle of the night. Read on for simple, low mess soundproofing tips that will give you more privacy and your child a more peaceful sleeping environment. Note that nurseries may require additional treatment, see our guide for soundproofing a nursery as well
Soundproofing the Door – Soundproof Door Covers
Is sound coming from other parts of the house?
Sound can seep through even the smallest cracks or gaps around a door. This can be easily fixed by installing door seals or sweeps. Door seals lock around the perimeter of the door, preventing noise from transferring between rooms. Door sweeps are installed underneath the door, sealing the gap between the door and the floor and stopping noise from leaking through this space. Consider a Soundproof Door Cover to minimize the sound traveling through and under the door.
Soundproofing the Window – Acoustic Curtains
On the other hand, is the main noise issue coming from outside roadway noise?
Outside noise can often infiltrate rooms through the window. Our AcousticCurtain™ is a soundproof curtain that deflects sound waves, blocking them from entering the room. They are a low cost, easy to install way to soundproof your child’s bedroom. Offered in a variety of colors and customizable to any window size, they are a perfect fit for any bedroom.
Soundproofing the Floor
If your child’s bedroom is on the first floor of the home, sound coming from upstairs can disrupt their sleeping schedule. Floor Blokker could be installed on the second floor of the home to stop the sound of footsteps and noises from seeping down into their room. It can be easily installed under any style of flooring.
If your child’s bedroom is on the second floor of the home, sound coming from downstairs can travel up through the ceiling. An option for this problem is Ceiling Blokker, which stops sound from being transmitted through the ceiling and up into their room.
Did any of these soundproofing tips work for your child’s bedroom? Let us know in the comments below!