What Benefits Do Soundproof Windows Offer and How Do They Work?
Updated: 6 days ago
Soundproof windows, in reality, do not completely block all noises but they use a variety of methods to make homes quieter. It would be more accurate to call them sound control windows. They are ideal for homes situated near noisy areas such as bustling city streets and highways or airports. Noise reducing windows slow the transfer of soundwaves, making them quieter as they travel through different materials, so that by the time they enter the home they are barely audible.
Need sound control windows for your home? Reach out to California Replacement Windows in Anaheim. For August 2022 we are offering 50% off on both Anlin Sound Control Windows and Simonton Sound Proof Windows.
How Sound Control Windows Work
While standard insulating windows are dual-pane, sound control windows use more windowpanes for extra insulation that also dampen outside noises better.
By mixing the thickness of glass with additional panes, optimizing the air space between the layers, and other techniques like using high-quality materials such as lab-tested weatherstripping, sound waves are absorbed, reflected or minimized.
Aside from the material composition of the windows, proper installation is also a key element in window performance, including sound control. Proper installation means that windows have airtight seals and keep noises out.
To improve home noise protection, homeowners can opt to upgrade their current windows from single-pane designs to dual- or triple-pane designs. They can also opt for window replacement and choose high-quality soundproof windows from brands such as Anlin, Simonton and Milgard.
Reach out to California Replacement Windows in Anaheim, Orange County, California.
Also serving Irvine, Laguna Beach, Orange County, South Bay, West Los Angeles, Long Beach, Inland Empire, Riverside County and all of Southern California.
California Replacement Windows Since 1990
Over 300,000 Installed Projects!
Click here to Map to Our Location
Hours of Operation
Serving Orange County, South Bay, Long Beach, Inland Empire, Riverside County, West Los Angeles and all of Southern California