Posted on November 8, 2010 by Scott Gibson
in Q&A Spotlight
A teen whose musical tastes run to head-pounding heavy metalMetallic elements with high atomic weights, including mercury, lead, cadmium, arsenic, and chromium. Released as industrial pollutants, some heavy metals are toxic and may accumulate to hazardous levels in the food chain.
Different from Heavy Metal, which is a type of music frequently heard on job sites. classics? Uncle Ted, whose snoring would wake the dead? Who knows what's giving Robert Car pause for thought. Whatever it is, he wants to build in some effective sound-proofing.
“I'm aware of using more than one layer of drywall,” he writes in Q&A post, “but is that the only way?”
Increase the mass of the wall