Drywall is an integral part of the interior walls and ceilings of a home. Drywall offers design flexibility, fire resistance and sound insulation. Not all drywall offers the same benefits. You will need to use a specific type of drywall for sound insulation.
Thicker drywall will reduce vibrations and prevent sound waves from entering your room. Sound dampening drywall should be approximately 1/2″ to 3/4″, in order to reduce noise vibrations.
Yes, drywall can provide sound insulation. There are many benefits to drywall when it comes to sound insulation. The drywall can be made with ceramics, viscoelastic and gypsum to reduce the noise vibrations that enter and exit the room.
This type of installation provides better privacy and sound insulation against outside noises.
You can see that drywall has many benefits. A thicker panel of board made with ceramics, viscoelastic and gypsum is the best type for sound insulation.
It is important that you remember that installing drywall can be a complex process. It is important to design the drywall panels around your needs. Then, they must be professionally installed. A drywall panel that is not properly installed will not provide sound insulation.
Turner Bros can help you find the right drywall for you.