Window noise can interrupt your sleep and this alone is miserable. To reduce window noise we recommend using one of our acoustic absorbing foams. The better the quality of window noise foam, the better it will block window noise from passing through. When properly installed, you'll receive about a 30% improvement from our cheapest 3" window noise foam and a 70% improvement from our ProBlock window noise foam.
Fill the dimensions of your windowsill into one of the shapes below. In some cases you may want to fill in the dimensions of the glass only. Keep in mind window noise can get through cracks and spaces just like air can, so make a snug fit for better window noise blocking. We recommend a 3" thickness for all densities except ProBlock, which only requires 1"-thick foam. For all window noise foams except ProBlock, add
Gaining a sense of acoustic privacy goes much further than enclosing oneself behind closed doors, tightly secured windows, walls, and hide-and-seek methods! Window noise pollution can be a hindrance to attempting to isolates oneself just to sleep. In busy cities, loud automobiles and noisy foot traffic are just a small portion of window noise obstacles that infiltrate our sanctuaries.
The thought process for developing this window noise treatment was founded with people looking to reduce window noise pollution of these sorts. Perhaps you are looking for a way to have a makeshift isolation booth to record vocals in? We are able to economically cut custom pieces to cater towards your needs.
Window Noise Background — Field of Design
Isolation applications have been used by humans since abut 20 BC, when the Roman architect and engineer Vitruvius wrote a treatise on the acoustical properties of theaters, including discussion of interference, echoes, and reverberation. In modern times we have more than quadrupled the amount of natural window noise we once needed to control. With our help you won't need to rely solely on good luck.