More than 90% of exterior noise comes in through your doors and windows. Believe it or not, your walls are almost never the problem. A soundproof window often reduces noise levels by 75-95%. When people think of soundproofing their windows, they often assume that they have to replace them completely. Thankfully, this is not the case anymore. Randy Brown, founder and CEO of Soundproof Windows, joins us to discuss an advancement in soundproofing that will act as a sound barrier and eliminate your noise problem.
The majority of us live in very close quarters in bustling cities and communities. Unless you live in the country, you are likely getting bombarded with sounds that disturb your peace and potentially impact your ability to do business. Next door neighbors blasting loud music, construction teams drilling away for hours on your street, nearby businesses that increase foot traffic and noise, and living in close proximity to a freeway, main street, or airport can all be incredibly disruptive. Join us as Randy Brown explains how soundproofing can bring peace and quiet back to your home and your life.
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Hi Randy, JD here, blast from the past for sure! I hope that you are well. I have a doctor friend here is Corpus Christi that is having a barking dog sound problem and I told her about your window system. Her name is Janet Vaughn, great lady and she needs to be able to rest…She will be calling you…
John D. Barrera
Hi,JD. This is Addie, Greg Powles daughter. I’ve been trying for the longest time to get ahold of somebody at the office but no such luck. I’m now 19yrs old, 20 on the 16th of march. I’ve been looking for a job and im desparate to take one up under my “uncle” Randy and start work. If you could please do the best you can possibly do and give my contact info to Randy it would be much appreciated.
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I am from Nepal, having problem with the noise that comes through my windows and doors, can you advise me as to how i can solve my problem .