Added by on 2016-10-17

With ROXUL SAFE’n’SOUND® insulation, creating a quiet oasis in your own home has never been easier. Or, if you’d like to make a lot of racket, our home insulation product lets you savour noise without fear of disrupting your family, housemates, or neighbours. See our website for more information about our home insulation products. To find out where you can buy ROXUL Products in the USA and Canada, see our Dealer Location USA or Dealer Location Canada page. Our soundproof insulation product is ideal for media and music studios, keeping a tranquil library or staying productive in your home office. There’s no better time to install our soundproof insulation than when you’re renovating your home, basement, or any other room in your house. R SAFE’n’SOUND is perfect for ceiling insulation, interior wall insulation and floor insulation. It is effective in any room, but works particularly well when used for: • Bedroom insulation • Home Office insulation • Library insulation • Bathroom insulation • Basement insulation • Home Theatre insulation • Music Studio insulation • Furnace room insulation • Laundry insulation • Attic Insulation So, what sets our product apart from the competition? For starters, it has superior sound absorption qualities, especially with low frequency bass ranges. Secondly, our product is is made of stone, meaning its non-combustible and fire resistant. If a fire were to occur, stone wool insulation may slows the spread of fire. ROXUL’s SAFE’n’SOUND® is also chemically inert and water repellant, preventing damage caused by moisture, such as mildew, mold, fungi or bacteria. By contrast, many traditional and alternative insulation materials unintentionally encourage and promote the growth of mildew. Mildew and other water damage can diminish the insulation performance while creating a lingering health hazard that may get worse over time. Finally, ROXUL SAFE’n’SOUND is environmentally friendly. […]

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20 Comments

  • Frank LeRoy 9 months ago

    I have a old house with radiant heating and as a result my basement ceiling is crisscrossed with its associated piping. Is this product compatible with a radiant heating system or will I have to use some other type of insulation in the areas where I have piping?

  • Mani-aX 9 months ago

    what if you have a drop ceiling in the basement (most common for basements)

  • brandon whittington (Orcryst) 9 months ago

    silly question, is this insulation durable?
    I live in a townhouse style apartment, and i don't want to invest a lot of money in a renovation i won't get to keep, but if i could say… remove the drywall before i leave, and take my insulation back for the next studio, that'd be a lot safer.

    also, how well would the joices work without the drywall?

  • Jimmy Serious 9 months ago

    I'm doing a project in my basement can i use the same concept to keep the sound (loud music) in the basement ?

  • Travis B 9 months ago

    I used it in my basement, in the walls it's easy to install but in the ceiling its a nightmare. You cant bend it and going around ( cutting) plumbing, ducting, pex water lines, wires, which are all inbetween my floor joists, is hell. I would rather fight with Thor

  • Renate J 9 months ago

    how much does this cost?

  • carmichael moritz 9 months ago

    dont get me wrong , working with this stuff is a dream , no itch , wont rot

  • carmichael moritz 9 months ago

    i had a pro install roxul safe and sound insulation , it helps for high pitch sounds like those nasty robins , it does not help for the low loud sounds like a small airplane, duck cannons , big tractor motor , door slamming , ect , the only thing that works is the old day stuff like that poison asbestos or a mud house , soil in the walls , the house was sound proof with the asbestos , removed it and put fiber glass pink and roxul in the bedroom walls and then i could hear all the loud low sounds , put soil in the walls and is sound proof again

  • Beyhan Cagri Trock 9 months ago

    Avoid screwing drywall into channel directly under joist!

  • MrTeff 9 months ago

    Resilient channel is cheap and easy, but not state of the art. A much better product, though more expensive, is RSIC-1 clips (Resilient Sound Isolation Clip) from PAC International.

  • Madz C 9 months ago

    I'm planning to have a drum room. My house is just 1 level so no impact noise for me. Can I just skip on the resilient channels? Just Rockwool + Joist and then the drywall under it?

  • underwaterman 9 months ago

    Good vid, but shouldn't those channels be mounted to the joists using resilient mounts?

  • Sharon Yuen 9 months ago

    acoustic seal wire holes on joist too?
    i saw that you guys using mastic seals on ducts.

  • Grateful Dude 9 months ago

    Try kicking their ass. That usually works.

  • 404chillwill 9 months ago

    terrible concept

  • MickFinn 9 months ago

    Drywall on a basement ceiling is a mistake

  • silver fox 9 months ago

    it dont work! It muffles slightly, unless you want VERY light on the floor above. And you need a mask and gloves. Otherwise it was a waste of money. Roxul is good in the roof only. I have wondered if Roxul is good for exterior & interior walls. The marketing people will gladly say yes, for a sale.

  • willis yuen 9 months ago

    what about acoustic sealant and vapour barriers? If i put acoustic sealant on every studs and then use the vapour barrier to cover it is this overkill or better?

  • salcedovn 9 months ago

    Honestly, I used Safe n Sound insulation, IT DOES NOT WORK. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY.
    The channel system DOES WORK using a sound proof membrane as your base layer and sound proof drywall.
    This way you do not have the added cost of knocking down your existing ceiling.

  • Ben Paz 9 months ago

    Any Chance you could describe the STC for the solution you describe?