Learn from home design and renovation experts
on how to correctly insulate your Laundry Room

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Evolving home designs are contributing to the American homes’ noise load, as laundry spaces are located closer to bedrooms and living areas.

Read how home design and renovation experts are keeping noise top of mind with consumers:

1

This Old House

Read This Before You Redo Your Laundry Room

This Old House experts provide advice on laundry room remodeling – looking at the pros and cons of layouts, machines and accessories. Noise and vibration are a top consideration before remodeling the laundry room.

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Bob Vila

Planning Guide: Laundry Room

From the guide: “Washers and dryers sometimes make a racket like an alien spacecraft revving for takeoff, so insulating against sound can be very important in a laundry room.”

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Better Homes & Gardens

Laundry Room Design Basics

From the guide: “If you choose a location near living or sleeping areas, shop for appliances with extra insulation and improved suspension that promise quiet operation and reduced vibration. If the dryer doesn't list a decibel (db) rating, it's probably too noisy to place near the bedroom or in the kitchen. The same logic might apply to washing machines with high-speed spin cycles (more than 1,000 rpm); they might vibrate too much to be located near living or sleeping areas.”

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The Spruce

Building and Design Specifications for a Laundry Room

From the guide: “Adding extra insulation to the walls and floor of the laundry room will help reduce noise pollution in other areas of the home.”

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