Resilmount Isolation Mounts Prevent Noise & Vibration at Hong Bang University in Vietnam

By Neil Teasdale | November 29, 2017

Takco, one of the largest building companies in Vietnam, have utilized Resilmount’s sound isolation mounts in their recent construction of Hong Bang International University in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam…

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Soundproof Windows – How They Work

By Neil Teasdale | November 24, 2017

Sound is heard through the weakest link, adversely the loudest sounds are heard; Example: If you are in a group of people who are talking, you must speak louder in order to be heard. The ability for something to reduce

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Why We Lose Our Hearing

By Neil Teasdale | November 17, 2017

What’s one of the most common health concerns in North America? You may be surprised to learn it’s hearing loss. Around 48 million people in the U.S. alone — that’s 20% of the population — have trouble hearing. So, what

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Decorative Absorption Panels: Common Q & A

By Neil Teasdale | November 15, 2017

Many people call us about Decorative Acoustic Panels aka DAP’s, thinking they are a cost-effective and attractive solution to stop room-to-room noise transfer. While they are inexpensive and do improve a room’s interior acoustics, their application is different than many assume…

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Soundproofing Your Home in a Busy City

By Neil Teasdale | November 10, 2017

Calgary is a big city, and with its size comes a whole lot of noise. Vancouver, Edmonton, Saskatoon & Winnipeg are all in the same boat; the sounds of daily life are practically unavoidable in public, but your home should

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What is Decoupling?

By Neil Teasdale | November 7, 2017

The basic definition of decoupling is to separate objects. Decoupling to isolate sound is most commonly done with resilient sound clips, resilient channel, or specialty framing like double stud or staggered stud walls. Sound vibrations will transfer best from material

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Top 10 Loudest Animals

By Neil Teasdale | November 3, 2017

If you think some people are too noisy then wait till you read about some of the loudest animals in the world. A normal human shout is around 70 decibels. Anything above 120 decibels and it becomes physically painful. There

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Debunking Bogus Floor Underlayment Ratings

By Neil Teasdale | November 2, 2017

Acoustic floor underlayments increases IIC and STC ratings in floors. With the many different acoustic underlayment products, there seems to be some debate on which material works best in floors, as well as the legitimacy of the ratings for these

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Why Sound in Movies is So Powerful!!

By Neil Teasdale | October 31, 2017

When you think about the movie “Jaws”, what comes to mind first? One of the most popular answers is that unmistakable sound — dun dun, dun dun. While only some movie scores become a part of pop culture, as is the

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