Archive for the ‘Green Glue’ Category

Green Glue on subfloors

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011

Soundproofing your ceiling is a great idea however it will be quite difficult to get really good results regarding impact sound which gets into the framework above the source of sound control and is free to travel all around. One way of killing impact noise at it’s source is by applying 2 layers of subfloors with a damping compound like Green Glue in between in addition you’ll get great sound control for airborne sounds. For larger jobs you can buy 5 gallon buckets of Green Glue and for smaller jobs you can simply use Green Glue Tubes.

Installing Green Glue

Tuesday, December 21st, 2010

Many contractors agree that the installation of Green Glue can be more effective than using mass loaded vinyl or other soundproofing materials. The following video shows workers installing the material at the Florida Stuart School of Music – proof that even the pros think it is a superior product.

Green Glue prices are more competitive than ever, making this material a feasible solution no matter what type of budget you’re on. Check it out!

Green Glue Information

Sunday, November 21st, 2010

As Green Glue Damping Compound continues to take the soundproofing world by storm there is always thirst for more and more information about this product. We already put up some pages regarding Green Glue and here is another nice page describing the different forms and application of Green Glue. Additionally there are some links there to a video and slide show about it. So take your time browsing the web and settling on the sound proofing product you feel comfortable with and that can give you the most bang for your buck. Don’t forget DJ’s also practice with plastic records in soundproof rooms before they hit the public eye.

Green Glue Soundproofing Debate

Monday, September 6th, 2010

Well as in every time a good product comes it there is bound to be some “knockers” and “supporters”. We found this Green Glue article particularly interesting as the comments on the article are written very professionally and should give the reader a pretty clear idea as to the different point of views on the subject. In general Green Glue is still getting rave reviews on the web.

Applying Green Glue

Thursday, April 15th, 2010

Are you intrigued by the concept of using Green Glue but hesitant because you’ve never seen it used before? If so, check out this simple video from the Green Glue company showing how easy it is to use.

When we say you simply need to apply it with a caulking gun and then apply new drywall to the existing wall, we’re serious. It’s really that easy. Check it out!

Green Glue is Eco-Friendly

Sunday, March 21st, 2010

The other day we stumbled upon an article about a line of soundproofing products claiming to be eco-friendly. While we can’t vouch for the products or the validity of the writer’s claims, we thought we might take a moment to remind you that Green Glue and all of the associated Green Glue products are eco-friendly as well.

The Green Glue company uses the least hazardous chemicals possible in the creation of their products. They’re non-toxic and non-carcinogenic, ensuring you are healthy and safe while using them as well. You can safely add Green Glue to your list of earth friendly soundproofing materials – guaranteed!

Green Glue Improves the Soundproofing World

Monday, August 10th, 2009

On July 30th, The Green Glue Company based out of Fargo, North Dakota announced the release of their newest soundproofing system. Now, instead of relying on the Green Glue damping compound alone, professional and amateur soundproofers will have the opportunity to purchase a complete four-part package that includes all of the soundproofing materials one could possibly need.

The new kit includes Green Glue noiseproofing compound, Green Glue acoustical sealant, whisper clips, and joist tape. These four tools, when used together, will give users the opportunity to complete the best soundproofing possible – missing nothing when it comes to empty space of places where noise can escape a room.

Click here to read the official Green Glue press release.