I know you've posted a lot about soundproofing on your blog, but so far this particular issue hasn't been discussed in detail: Last week on the TV show, "Open House NY," they featured a soundproofing company called Acoustilog (a company mentioned several times on your website) who paid a visit to a woman complaining of hallway noise traveling into her apartment. Acoustilog recommended that she install a soundproofing kit to her door to quiet the sound. (Worked wonders!)
Here's the thing: I suffer from the same problem, so I called Acoustilog to inquire about the kit and installation...
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They said they only make recommendations; they don't do the actual installation.
So, my question is, where can I pick up one of those kits, how much
does it cost, and do you need to be a contractor to install them?
Your question is a good one to post, but we DO suggest that you ask Acoustilog (below) what they mean directly. We know that Acoustilog is a consultancy and that they help hire folks to do acoustic work in both residential and professional situations. A "soundproofing kit" could mean many different things, but smacks of the DIY and affordable. It's either a silver bullet or it's not.
Anyone have a lead on "kits"?