Give some peace and quiet to your busy fam­ily


(NC)—Are noises in your house keep­ing you awake at night? Do you feel stressed even at home? Re­duc­ing the noise in your house will help im­prove your phys­i­cal and mental health – and is easy with a proper in­su­la­tion up­grade.

“Many home­own­ers don't re­al­ize the noise con­trol ben­e­fits that come with ad­e­quate in­su­la­tion. In­su­la­tion prod­ucts, such as Qui­etZone® acous­tic batts, can help sig­nif­i­cantly re­duce the un­wanted noise echo­ing through­out a house, whether it's your teenage chil­dren laugh­ing or a TV blar­ing in an­other room,” says Ch­eryl West, in­su­la­tion ex­pert at Owens Corn­ing. “En­gi­neered specif­i­cally for noise con­trol, these prod­ucts can help fam­i­lies en­joy the peace and quiet of their home.”

How to get started? For bed­rooms, bath­rooms, kitchens or laun­dry rooms, Owens Corn­ing rec­om­mends in­stalling Qui­etZone® acous­tic batts be­tween in­te­rior walls, ceil­ings and floors to help re­duce noise. This can help min­i­mize the sound of noisy ap­pli­ances, en­ter­tain­ment equip­ment or your pets from drift­ing through­out your home.

Not only will up­dated in­su­la­tion al­low you to sleep well at night, but it will also help re­duce the neg­a­tive im­pact on the en­vi­ron­ment. How? With eco-friendly prod­ucts, such as PINK™ FIBER­GLAS® in­su­la­tion, made from over 70* per cent re­cy­cled con­tent, you will help turn waste into use­able prod­ucts.

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