Soundproof windows will improve your health and add significant value to your home.
How they work
Reduce unwanted noise by 75% or more
We all know how it feels to have trouble sleeping due to unwanted noise from outside, or just how much more difficult it is to relax in the comfort of your own home if there is excessive noise.
Installing soundproof windows can easily reduce unwanted noise and reduce stress levels. In fact, unwanted noise from outside can be reduced by 75% or more by installing soundproof windows. If you work from home this is also very important as a quiet environment is proven to be much more productive.
Install anywhere, even condos
The beauty of the system, in addition to the noise reduction, is that your existing windows are untouched, which is perfect for condos and other buildings where it is prohibited changing the external appearance, and also makes for ease of installation.
Soundproof windows are designed to be practical and easy to use, and can either be fully operational with sliding openings, or removable for easy cleaning.
Add Value to Your Home
Prospective buyers will see added value in a home with soundproof windows which create a quiet, comfortable environment for working, watching TV or listening to music without the hindrance of background noise.
Due to the nature of busy cities today, traffic noise can be a major issue, whether from a main road, airport or train track. Long term noise can have detrimental effects on people’s lives through stress and nerves, and so reducing external background noise can really make a difference to our lives in addition to the value of our properties!
Often, living in a desirable part of a city involves a trade off against tolerating the increased noise levels. By installing soundproof windows it’s now possible to enjoy the best of both worlds; a great location combined with a quiet, peaceful interior.
Effective for both residential and commercial windows.
- Quieter, more productive work environment
- Increased energy efficiency which results in lower utility bills that helps offset the initial cost of the windows.
- Reduced maintenance due to reduced use of the heating and cooling systems