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From noisy neighbors and adolescent garage bands to urban living spaces it can be hard to find some peace and quiet.

Aside from relying on city and HOA ordinance enforcement, a strong hand with teenagers, or complaining to the noisy party, it can be tough to find a solution to a noisy space.

Enter QuietFiber® noise absorbing material. This versatile material is a solid way to address sound issues and can be installed as an easy do-it-yourself project. According to the makers of this revolutionary product, “QuietFiber is the only sound dampening product on the market that can be custom tailored to create a complimentary design element in any space. You have the sound abatement properties you need, in a product that can be completely hidden under a tapestry or in strategic spots throughout the room, or disguised as an artistic element within the space."

When complaints from neighbors began to trickle in for club owner Bobbie Rahmani in Los Angeles, California, he knew he had to find a way to deaden the noise and relieve his stressed out neighbors. He also wanted a solution that looked as good as it worked.

"We haven’t had any complaints since we hung the panels, and no news is always good news," Rahmani said of the noise deadening qualities of the Quiet Fiber treatments.

This versatile material is a solid way to address sound issues and can be installed as an easy do-it-yourself project. High sound absorbency QuietFiber is a two-inch thick DIY interior noise solution that can be cut to fit and simply hot glued underneath a bar, cabinets, countertops, tables, chairs, behind a wall tapestry or curtains. Slide a QuietFiber "pillow" on top of cabinets, or anywhere else that reverberant noise and echo is a problem. Easily cut to size with a serrated knife, Quiet Fiber can be concealed almost anywhere.

This product can be the solution for walls and ceilings. Plus, as an added bonus it is fire-rated for floor, 100-percent recyclable, and 100-percent USA made.

Are you looking for solutions in your new construction? Consider using this solution in walls between studs and under drywall. Existing-homes can benefit as well. That’s what the makers of this new product are counting on!

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