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Soundproofing in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas
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Traffic Racing Nearby? Construction Rumbling Next Door? Get Soundproof Windows.
Dallas and Forth Worth are growing, and with them the noise of traffic, new businesses and DFW Airport.
You have options – With soundproof window panels, you can block up to 95% of high-pitched noise (such as train wheels’ squeak) and up to 75% of low-pitched noise (such as bass music).
Unlike energy-efficiency replacement windows, soundproof window panels are specially engineered to block noise. They’re made of 1/4″ thick glass to make a strong sound barrier to protect your space from the din of barking dogs, lawnmowers and jets.
Keep the Look of Your Home or Commercial Space
Nearly invisible, the panels comply with homeowners associations and fire regulations (even if your building is historic). We make whatever size you need here in the US, so you can keep your current window treatments. Then, we’ll install them in your existing windows and doors, so you start getting a better night’s sleep or day’s work, quickly.
Save on Energy
Plus, while they insulate your home from unwanted noise, window inserts also help block the heat and cold so they pay for themselves with the energy savings. We make whatever size you need here in the US, so you can keep your current window treatments.
Start Soundproofing Your Dallas Home Today
We install in a day or less, with no mess. Contact us about customized soundproofing for Dallas/Forth Worth home, apartment, condo or office. Call us at (214) 771-9544 or send us a message to see your options or get a quote.
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Save on Energy and Minimize Noise with Soundproof Window Inserts
of High-Pitched Noise Blocked
of Low-Pitched Noise Blocked
Reduction of Energy Loss Per Window
Less Expensive Than Soundproof Window Replacement
I can’t believe how much cooler the rooms are now with our window inserts, especially the ones that face west. One of them was set up as an office and I dreaded working in there during the day due to the heat. You either had to turn your air-conditioning thermostat down (for the whole house) or turn the ceiling fan on high, which blew your papers all around. Now it’s totally comfortable! An added plus is the sound from the street and a nearby freeway is gone