Soundproofing and saving lives

There are many reasons you might want to soundproof a building or room, but we don’t normally consider it a life-or-death project. In the case of guild member New England Soundproofing‘s work with Great Dog Rescue New England, it was. The dog rescue non-profit needed to contain the sound of their wards barking or else they were in danger of losing their location, and potentially losing the dogs too.

New England Soundproofing succeeded with their expert application of soundproofing materials, where others had failed before. The neighbors are now shielded from the barking and complaints have stopped. As a side benefit, the noise inside the building has also been dampened, so the good people and dogs in the operation enjoy a more peaceful atmosphere as well.