3 days ago
Do you have noisy neighbors? Or are you a noisy neighbor?
Whether it’s loud music, barking dogs, a hovering vacuum cleaner, or slamming doors, there’s always some kind of annoying noise from the neighboring units when living in an apartment complex. Your home should be a peaceful and restful space after a long day at work, school, and other responsibilities. At the same time, you wouldn’t want to be the cause of complaint when you throw those fun parties, right?
Our experienced team at Quash have the right apartment sound proofing solutions that you need. Make your apartment more livable and conducive for relaxation with the right acoustic panels personalized for your space. Reach out to us for any apartment sound proofing needs and we’ll quash the noise in no time!
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6 days ago
STOP TRAFFIC NOISE!!!
Quash helped this family reduce their traffic noise at home. They decided to say goodbye to invasive ambient noise and intrusive traffic disturbances. They have improved their quality of life with noise reduction when Quash installed double glazed windows to their Nursery, Master and Spare room.
Well done team Quash, another successful outcome. ... See MoreSee Less
Our enquiries have increased with Perth local schools. Recently we were successful in soundproofing yet another school environment - Lynwood Senior High School. Check out the difference we made. Another success story by Quash the soundproofing specialists.
Good acoustic performance in educational environments is essential. The ability of the teacher keeping student attention can be significantly reduced if noise levels are high from neighbouring classrooms or if there is a reverberation noise issue within the classroom. This video will show you the positive results of soundproofing dividing rooms. ... See MoreSee Less
Falling asleep at work?
Many employees unintentionally fall asleep at work and risk their jobs because of one simple reason – not being able to sleep well in the comforts of their home. Bedroom noise can be caused by road or traffic noise, loud neighbors, nearby construction sites, and so on. According to the guidelines of the World Health Organization, there should be less than ‘30 A-weighted decibels (dB(A)) in bedrooms during the night for a sleep of good quality.’
If you’ve been tossing and turning in your bed for some time, Quash Sound Proofing solutions can help you achieve a restful sleep like never before. Tell us your challenges in the comments.
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This is a post with a difference. We are looking to do a swap of trades.
Do you supply and lay concrete????
We are looking to exchange soundproofing for supply and laying of concrete.
This is your golden ticket to potentially have soundproofing in your home in an efficient yet cost-effective way.
What is a Contra Deal?????
By definition, a contra deal (or contra agreement) is where a business will exchange their own goods and/or services for the goods and/or services of another, typically without the exchange of money.
Look forward to hearing from you if you are looking to do a swap of trades........................ ... See MoreSee Less
“Squawk! Cheep! Tweet!”
Birds can be noisy and this is especially true with parrots. In the wild birds sing and squawk over large distances to mark their territory and communicate with one another. The problems is that they still do this even if you’re living in an apartment block. If you’re not careful, your neighbours will soon be complaining and what’s more, bird noise can also disturb your own sleeping patterns as well. Luckily, there are a few simple steps you can take that will soundproof your bird cage.
Steps to a Soundproof Bird Cage include:
Consider an acrylic cage
Use a bird cage cover
Use acoustic foam panels
Try soundproof curtains and sheets
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Soundproof Sleeping Pod: Does It Work?
You’ve probably seen sleeping pods in movies, right? But did you know that they exist in real life? One of the best soundproof sleep enclosures is the Relaxman Relaxation Capsule. While it’s not designed for hypersleep, as seen in movies, this pod is designed for stress reduction and relaxation. It is soundproof, heat and light proof thus giving you total isolation for the best environmental therapy.
Inside the sleeping, the capsule is heated mattress, preprogrammed lights, and music to put you in a deep state of relaxation. ... See MoreSee Less
quash is feeling amused.
4 weeks ago
Farting is undoubtedly a global phenomena.... Then why is it an absolutely mortifying phenomenon?
People have embarrassing ‘fart stories’ that they cry over all their lives—the first time they farted in front of the love of their life, the ‘silent deadlies’ on first date and the loud bang noise from their behinds at a formal dinner party! People never forget such things as it is a socially embarrassing trend! Everyone’s almost always trying to hold it in, waiting for a chance when they can relieve themselves in private and if you think that it is only men who suffer with this infliction then you cannot be more wrong! Women fart too—there we said it! It is just that being generally graceful and reserved by nature, they are too private about their farts and also not to forget the immense social pressure on them to be perfect all the time! ... See MoreSee Less
ARTWORK THAT REDUCES NOISE!
Printed Acoustic Panels are a perfect combination of both design and sound control solutions. Soundproofing is only limited by your imagination....... ... See MoreSee Less
A growing number of Australians live in apartments. The compact city model presents many benefits. However, living close to each other also presents challenges.
Q: I currently live in a rental with no soundproofing at all . I didn’t realise how bad it was until after I moved in. While I’ve lived in other apartments with varying levels of soundproofing, this apartment is far worse than anything I thought possible.
All the noises are amplified and reverberated, I can feel the bass from televisions and stereos sometimes, upstairs footsteps sound like elephants stomping and I generally feel like I’m sitting in the same room with my neighbours. The crazy thing is I know my neighbours are not being obnoxious for the most part, though I do think a few are clueless and not overly mindful. For my next apartment I would love to avoid a place with thin walls and no soundproofing. Besides living in a place with concrete walls or moving out to the countryside, is there a way to determine if an apartment has adequate soundproofing or anything better than what I have now?
I know living on the top floor helps, but I can hear my downstairs neighbours a little too well even with my floor covered 80%. And I know that I can try and ask potential neighbours about the soundproofing, but I don’t have a lot of time to hang outside of buildings to ask tenants for their honest opinion. ... See MoreSee Less