Home builder strategies: soundproof design

An experienced homebuilder knows how to design a floor plan that minimizes the sound heard from room to room. When shopping for a new construction home (often maligned in the sound transfer category compared to older homes) take the time to observe the floor plan and listen for sound transfer.

An experienced homebuilder knows how to design a floor plan that minimizes the sound heard from room to room. When shopping for a new construction home (often maligned in the sound transfer category compared to older homes) take the time to observe the floor plan and listen for sound transfer.

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In J. Lawrence Homes’ floor plans, closets, baths or a laundry room are used to separate bedrooms for an extra sound buffer. This 2-story Ambry Estates floor plan has each of the four bedrooms separated by a bath or closet. This ranch floor plan has the bedrooms positioned at opposite ends of the home.

Other strategies include placing the den or home office away from the family room as in this Turnberry model floor plan. That way the more open floor plan and the noise of the family room is isolated from homework or business in the den. Take a Turnberry model video tour.

It’s not just how a home looks, but how a home lives that sets it apart. J. Lawrence Homes will work with buyers to make adjustments to fit their individual situations.

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