If unwanted noise is your only problem, then bquiet soundproof windows offers the option to solve your sound proof problems. Our soundproof window system is a second window placed behind or inside your existing window. The bquiet window will open and close with your existing windows. With our windows, there is no need to remove or replace your existing windows. This allows you to maintain the exterior look of your home or condo, which is especially important for condo owners who have restrictions.
Any home, condominium or commercial offices that suffer from excessive noise because of their vicinity to a busy street, railway tracks, airport flight path or noisy neighbors will greatly benefit from the installation of a bquiet window.
Soundproof Sliding Glass Doors
Why should the windows have all the fun? bquiet sliding glass doors are able to reduce noise just as effectively as our windows. As we do with windows, we add a 2nd layer to your sliding door – a 2nd glass layer that is laminated, blocking sound and adding security.
The coldest room in your home is typically the one with the sliding glass door due to the glass itself and the non-sufficient seals that typically surround them. With our 2nd glass door added, drafts are virtually eliminated, thus changing the room to one of the most comfortable in the entire home.
Soundproof Sliding Glass Door Advantages:
- Noise reductions of more than 75%
- Our sliding glass doors have the same insulation qualities as our soundproof windows.
- Soundproof sliding glass doors provide another substantial benefit. Because we use laminated glass, security is increased significantly. Sliding glass doors normally have tempered glass, which can be easily broken by an intruder. Like our windows, the Laminated glass offers excellent security and peace of mind by preventing break-ins. Due to the time required and the noise produced attempting to break through, the effort required to break them deters many intruders. Laminated glass also offers the advantage of protecting interiors from flying glass, projectiles and other damage because they remain intact when struck.