The Facts About Sound Control / Pictures of Various Insulation Systems

A quiet home is relaxing and serene, with a peaceful aura of quality and solitude.  Homeowners realize how unwanted noise affects comfort, concentration and behavior.  That is why it is crucial to insulate the ceilings, walls, and floors with a material that effectively controls sound.  And since noise from within the home can be equally disagreeable, it is a good idea to insulate interior walls and floors also.


Different installation methods dramatically affect how well noise is controlled.  Fiberglass batts can leave gaps and voids since they are cut and patched to fit the countless variations throughout the home.  Our “Net and Blow System” and “Cellulose Full Wall Cavity Spray System” completely fill the spaces in walls and ceilings that help carry sound because it is sprayed and provides a custom fit around wiring, plumbing, and other obstacles.


Whether your home is in the planning stages or built 100 years ago, our insulation systems are ideal for multifamily and commercial use where sound control is even more critical. 


Give us a call at 208-678-9791 or toll free at 1-800-584-9022 for more information and a free estimate. 

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Fiberglass batt insulation compared to Clayville’s cellulose full-wall cavity  or net & blow system.

Fiberglass Net & Blow System

Fiberglass Net & Blow System installed by Clayville Insulation. Visqueen is applied afterward.

Fiberglass Batt

Fiberglass batt insulation installed by Clayville Insulation.  Visqueen is applied afterward at the homeowner/contractor request.

Clayville Cellulose Full Wall Cavity System

Cellulose Full-Wall Cavity System installed by Clayville Insulation.

Clayville Cellulose Full Wall Cavity Spray System

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