Dean Sharp Teaches Us How To Soundproof A Home

Noise pollution. 

It affects us every single day (and night). 

Subconsciously we all know how important sound control is to our health. We refer to sound more often than the other senses when speaking of rest and relaxation. 

“I just need some peace and quiet.”  “When I retire I’m going to get a quiet little place in the country.”

But when it comes to working on our homes, we rarely consider sound as a factor to plan for. 

In part that’s because architecture is such a visually dominated medium. But it’s also because most people don’t know there’s anything they can actually do about it.

Wouldn't you know it, there is something you can do about it.

Learn more this Sunday on Home with Dean Sharp

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