Sound Dampening Drywall
While sound dampening may not effect our enviornment directly, it does effect our health and well being. Living in high density areas can cause much sound pollution. The following are products that can reduce the amount of outside sound, giving you better sound quality.
Gold Bond® BRAND SoundBreak XP Gypsum Board by National Gypsum
SoundBreak XP is an acoustically enhanced gypsum board. This innovative gypsum board allows for construction of high sound absorption wall assemblies that are thinner, cost effective and more reliable than traditional methods for constructing these types of assemblies. an acoustically enhanced, high density gypsum core encased in a heavy, abrasion and mold/mildew/ moisture resistant, 100% recycled, purple paper on both sides.
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Homasote 440 Sound Barrier
440 SoundBarrier® is a special-density, structural board made from 100 percent environmental Homasote® cellulose fiber, a homogeneous composition manufactured with uniformly distributed protection against termites, rot and fungi and resistance to moisture. It also insulates, with twice the R-value of wood.
Made in Georgia, Nyloboard building products are free of the typical problems that plague wood-based materials. Because it’s made from 100% recycled carpet fibers, Nyloboard is moisture, mildew, mold, rot, and termite proof. Nyloboard includes a 30-year warranty. Nyloboard is available in a variety of sizes (sheets or traditional decking boards). It can be painted or stained to look like wood, and it can be used for a variety of applications beyond wall applications including deck boards, planters, furniture or any exterior application.
Quiet Rock Soundproof Drywall by Serious Materials
Introduced in 2002, QuietRock products have revolutionized the building of high sound absorbing walls. QuietRock offers lower cost solutions – with higher STC performance – than other solutions. From ½” residential to 1 3/8th” commercial products, QuietRock is used just like standard drywall and directly replaces traditional noise damping techniques such as resilient channels, clips, soundboard and mass-loaded vinyl.