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Turn Key of Charleston
843-737-2391
Marvin Ave
Charleston, SC
 
David Martin
MySpaGuy Hot Tub Repair
888-697-7248
857 Coleman Blvd
Mt Pleasant, SC
 
David Johnson
First Team Construction Inc
843-873-8030
PO Box 28
Summerville, SC
 
Construction Cardinal
(843) 225-6403
720 Saint Andrews Blvd
Charleston, SC
 
Aldridge Construction
(843) 571-1444
1791 Harmony St
Charleston, SC
 
Bill Johnson
W D Johnson Construction Inc.
843-763-0941
1929 Woodland Road
Charleston, SC
 
Ronald Dillingham
All Star Heating & Airconditioning
843-824-0000
114 Bobwhite Lane
Summerville, SC
 
Cheep Home Repair
8432779757
42 Norman St
Charleston, SC

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Jackson Construction LLC
(843) 900-6400
1525 Ashley River Rd
Charleston, SC
Services
Home Builder, Custom Home Building, New Home Builder, Construction Company, Construction Builder
Years in Business
1999

Arnett Construction, Llc General Contractor
(843) 225-4708
1207 Parkwood Estates Dr
Charleston, SC
 
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Home Remodeling Tip: Music Rooms

Creating a Music Room

home remodeling articles and tips

topic: music rooms
by Allison B.

Keep the Sound Out

If you or your children are musically inclined, you may have wondered about a dedicated room for those pursuits. What's involved in creating a music room? How easy is it to soundproof a room?

As home theaters have grown popular, some people are realizing that it is easy to build a room around a particular interest. When it comes to musical rooms, the key is to understand how the environment should be crafted to accommodate creativity, acoustics – and those who prefer a little quiet!

Adding a Music Room

The answer is in the music room design and the types of materials. The room could be added in a basement, for example, where the concrete foundation walls can help reduce sound transmission. The music room also can be created in the center of the space so that surrounding walls add another layer of protection.

If the room has interior walls, they should be insulated. This is not common practice for a typical room, but can be a necessity for a musical room.

Music Room Design

The type of building materials also can impact noise transmission. Carpeting tends to capture noise and muffle it, while wood or tile floors can cause the noise to bounce around.

Decorative accents, such as drapes and furniture also can have an impact on sound transmission. Heavy fabrics, whether they are used for drapes or chairs, can help sound proof a...

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