The Noise Free Home is a soundproofing system that uses four steps to restore silence to your life. Jim’s business, Quietco, is happy to assist homeowners across the UK in minimizing unnecessary noise. Quality, integrity, customer service, and doing things right the first time are Quietco’s core beliefs and guiding principles, which are evident in everything they do.
They enjoy hearing from customers and are always working to get better. Jim is honored to have helped so many people with their noise issues; the time and effort he has invested over the years to find the ideal mixture of materials for Quietco’s systems for various noises and conditions has been well worth it to improve the lives of so many people.
The Noise Free Home Summary
Does noise affect the way you live at home? Many homeowners are badly affected by neighbors and traffic noise. A tried-and-true four-step soundproofing technique is presented in The Noise Free Home to shield your house from unwelcome noise. This technique, which is employed by soundproofing specialists and supported by acoustic testing, will assist you in regaining the tranquility you’ve been missing.
When you’ve read this book, you will know how to: Home Without Noise
Determine which areas of your house are prone to noise and should be soundproofed. To save time and money when having soundproofing built, avoid typical blunders. Eliminate all unnecessary noise in your home. Make your home feel peaceful so you won’t feel the need to leave.
About the Author: The Noise-Free Room
Quiet, a company that specializes in soundproofing homes, was founded by Jim Prior. He has successfully added sound insulation to hundreds of homes for more than 15 years. He has been discussed on BBC radio and in The Sunday Times.
Product Details: Soundproof a Room
- Publisher : Rethink Press
- (January 31, 2021)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 210 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1781335117
- ISBN-13 : 978-1781335116
Conclusion: The Noise-Free Home Pro-Cons
Pro: Exceptionally insightful book. In my own home, soundproofing was built, and the effects were amazing. Especially if I decide to make any changes to my home in the future, I will bear in mind all the useful information in this book.
Cons: I must concur with Phil here. I was hoping for a manual on how to live in a quiet house, but although doing an excellent job of describing the issue, this book offers no guidance on how to solve it. Because of this, I’m afraid it seems to be little more than advertising for Jim’s soundproofing company, which does seem wonderful, but this book is somewhat useless if you can’t afford them or aren’t in their region.
Sorry, Jim, you do seem like a smart guy and a nice guy, but perhaps version 2 might actually provide readers with solutions as opposed to mere explanations.