Houston Room Soundproofing

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Business Description: Sleep like a baby even with a noisy city or partying neighbors outside. 100% of our product are proudly 100% made in the U.S.A. ! Our Super Soundproof Windows / Soundproof Window Treatments are installed in every noisy city and state in the U.S.A.
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Business Description: We're a general contractors, any kind of construction, residential and commercial, new, remodel,old, roofs, sheetrock, floors, concrete(any kind), pools(new,old, maintenance), paint,bath, plumber, landscape,frame, drop ceilings,sprinklers systems, ..... Business owners, we're on the road for the last 20 yrs. Lot of references, can do anything, free estimates, we make a big difference cause we stay in the work place all time until finish,we've ready to start as soon as you need, hope serve you soon.
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Business Description: HI! WE ARE PEREGAN'S TOOLBOX. PROVIDING YOU WITH COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL SERVICES HERE IS A LIST OF THE THINGS WE DO AND MORE! Appraising of property Barbecue pit maintenance Cabinet refacing Carpentry Ceiling repair Ceramic tile repair Cleaning Concrete work Countertops Crown moulding Curtain hanging Decks Door installation Door repair Dryer repair Dryer vent cleaning Dryer vent installation Drywall Installation Drywall repair Electrical wiring Energy Updates Fan installation Fence fixing Fireplace cleaning Flooring Installation and Repair Foundations Framing Garage door openers Garage doors General Maintenance Gutter Cleaning Gutter Repair Heating system tune-up Home inspections Home security systems Insulation Lamp repairs Landscaping Lawncare Lockset adjustment Maid service Molding installation Moving Paint removal Painting Patio stone installation Pest control Plumbing repairs Porches Remodeling basements Remodeling bathrooms Remodeling kitchens Roofing Safety modifications Sealing driveways Senior Living Modifications Septic system repair Shelf installation Shelving Skylight installation Solar panels Soundproofing Sprinkler repair Sprinkler system installation Stain removal Staining furniture Stone work Storage area construction Storage area repair Swapping a toilet Swimming pool maintenance Tiling Trash Removal Wall building Waste and junk removal Water purification Water softening Window cleaning Welding Window installation Window repair Window sc WE ARE 100% INSURED! AND WE PROVIDE PAYMENT PLANS FOR OUR CUSTOMERS. WE ALSO GIVE A 10% DISCOUNT OFF LABOR WITH PROOF OF PURCHASE AT HOME DEPOT FOR YOUR MATERIALS ALSO 10% DISCOUNT ON LABOR FOR VETERANS CHECK US OUT ON iNSTAGRAM @PEREGANSTOOLBOXINC.
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Business Description: We started in Houston in 1976, doing new homes and Apt's later in the mid 80's got into remodleing and repairs matching old to new. The majority of our work now is water damage, cracks, termite damage and mold and mildew problems. We are experts at matching textures and doing quality work at a reasonable price.
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Recent Review: Don Worbington is very knowledgeable about product availability and appropriate construction applications. The job was performed, as scheduled, in a timely manner. All work was completed as promised.
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Recent Review: Greg and his crew were skilled, efficient and nice people to work with. Greg accommodated our small job and worked with our unique request to install soundproofing material to an existing wall. They also worked in a very tight space outside to install the acoustical fence. The wall came out looking good. The crew did a good job installing the soundproofing material, which was not a product they had worked with before. They also did a good job keeping the room tidy and cleaned it up well along the way as well as upon completion of the job. We were happy with the job and hope to use Black and White Construction's services for future work.
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Recent Review: Very responsive. Fair price. Paid attention to schedule. We will use them again on another room.
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Recent Review: He did a great job. He was very thorough, and talked through what he was planning on doing in each area. One room where the drywall had been ripped out on the bottoms of two walls is our garage, which we walled in about 1.5 years ago and turned into a home music studio. As a result, repairing the walls took some extra care and attention to the details needed to truly re-seal the wall acoustically. If this had not been done properly, it would have completely negated all the effort put into the construction of an acoustical "room within a room" that makes it possible to isolate the room from the rest of the house, and the outdoors. The sound wood bleed through the walls and disturb the neighbors, and my sleeping kids! Wayne listened carefully to my explanation of the details that needed to be handled on the drywall in order to restore the needed sound isolation, made some suggestions of his own, and followed through with all the requirements. I've tested the soundproofing of the walls since he finished, and the acoustical isolation has been restored. In addition, his work in general in the other parts of the house just looks good. He did all of the work himself to ensure high quality results. Great job!
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Recent Review: Beginning construction, Ivan and Crew completely gutted the living room. Removing the water damaged interior dry wall, carpet, insulation, exterior siding, and windows (all of which were going to be replaced). At one point in the demolition process, the only thing left were the studs; and you could literally walk through the house without using a door. The entryway wall was demoed, as was the fireplace (that was structural), AC duct, and the walls separating the Kitchen, Dinning Room, and Living Room. All the old carpet was removed, and the entryway step was jack-hammered backwards into it’s new position. The old attic AC unit (30 yrs old) was pulled down from the attic and that entire half of the home was emptied. New framing was added for a relocated AC duct and Fireplace (moved to the front of the room for the open concept). Likewise, 6 new 5’x5’ windows were framed in, as well as new patio french doors. Ivan also took this time to re-frame the attic platform for the AC, and added several massive support beams to hold the weight of the new open floor-plan. Furthermore, a new Audio/Video cabinet was framed out facing the living room, and new exterior walls went up. The old exterior walls were directly nailed to the studs. Post-demo, Ivan added a layer of thick plywood (to further help soundproof the house), water membrane, and then the HardiePlank siding. This wall was built to hold against a huge storm! A cool idea that Ivan suggested during re-framing was to add electrical outlets to the soffits, providing an easy place to plug-in Christmas lights. Sound proofing was added between the walls as the interior was framed in. Ivan was proactive managing the entire project, and for portions subcontracted out (to meet time constraints) he was onsite and oversaw the work. An example of this was having an electrician come out to move an electrical box. Before finishing the interior walls, conduit pipes were run between the Audio/Video cabinet and the TV in the front (and side, by the floating shelves) to allow for new HDMI cables to be pulled through in the future. A floating hearth was added below the TV mount, floating shelves were constructed (amazing carpentry work was involved structurally and aesthetically here – we wanted the weight of a human to be supported, in the event a child climbed it without being noticed). Furthermore, time consuming craftsmanship went into the framing of the windows and floorboards. Several days were nothing but manual labor – smoothing the joints/corners by hand. The ceiling was converted from a slope pitch into a tray ceiling, making the room feel more open. Ivan took the framing of the joints into account for future placement of 11 build-in speakers for a Dolby Atmos surround sound system. This included cutting out/running cables for 4 ceiling speakers and 5 vertical wall speakers. Once all the walls were done, standard renovation took place. Ivan textured the walls and painted using several coats. A careful eye on detail was provided as Ivan surveyed the tones of the colors throughout the day – and the affect of shadows on brightness… how the colors contrasted and popped with the custom carpentry. Several different hues of paint were used as a result, and it is beautiful. This process took approximately 3 months. General hick-up occurred along the way, as should be expected in any renovation, but nothing serious. Ivan’s crew was punctual – always starting work at 9am and sometimes working late into the evening to finish the days goals. The quality of the craftsmanship was beyond our expectation, and every day was filled with new excitement as we witnessed empty studs transformed into a modern living room. If you want something done – reach out to Ace Custom Building. They are THE local team to call first for estimates and timeframes. To broadly recap, the tasks undertaken in the living room were: - Built out the front step - Re-framed / replaced front door - Added rear Patio door - Added Support Beams - Removed the entry wall - Removed 2 dinning room walls - Framed and installed a new fireplace - Rebuilt the external walls - Added external outlets for Christmas light - Framed / installed 6 new windows - Demoed original brick chimney - Rebuilt AC unit platform in attic - Ran conduit for electronics - Custom Built Audio Video cabinet door, ran cables - Custom Built Floating Hearth - Custom Built Floating shelves - Custom Built molding around windows, floorboards - Cam-lights and speaker installed - Custom Built tray ceiling - Installed ceiling fan - Textured and painted walls and ceiling

Reviews in Houston to Room Soundproofing

FTHE SHEETROCK MAN
Called Pete and left message. He returned with a message telling me that they were booked up for a month and they were not taking any more jobs.....really. How about next month? How about thinking about jobs beyond 30 days. He seemed to not have any interest in getting the business. Taking the job and my money somewhere else. Thanks.
- Salvatore S....
ADon Worbington Enterprises
Don Worbington is very knowledgeable about product availability and appropriate construction applications. The job was performed, as scheduled, in a timely manner. All work was completed as promised.
- Lynn V....
ABlack & White Construction Inc
Greg and his crew were skilled, efficient and nice people to work with. Greg accommodated our small job and worked with our unique request to install soundproofing material to an existing wall. They also worked in a very tight space outside to install the acoustical fence. The wall came out looking good. The crew did a good job installing the soundproofing material, which was not a product they had worked with before. They also did a good job keeping the room tidy and cleaned it up well along the way as well as upon completion of the job. We were happy with the job and hope to use Black and White Construction's services for future work.
- Anahita T....
AHouston Renovation
I had a good experience with this company in the past for some construction work.. I recommended them to my sister in Woodland for some remodeling work and designing, and the last time I visited her I was surprised at how nice the renovation was in her house. What I like the most about it was the dropped ceiling with the spot lights and the unique colors. I also liked the quality of the hardwood flooring and tile. It was really nice. I will definitely call you soon for some updates in my house and I hope I will receive a good discount. Thanks.
- Viktoriya D....
APatch Masters
He did a great job. He was very thorough, and talked through what he was planning on doing in each area. One room where the drywall had been ripped out on the bottoms of two walls is our garage, which we walled in about 1.5 years ago and turned into a home music studio. As a result, repairing the walls took some extra care and attention to the details needed to truly re-seal the wall acoustically. If this had not been done properly, it would have completely negated all the effort put into the construction of an acoustical "room within a room" that makes it possible to isolate the room from the rest of the house, and the outdoors. The sound wood bleed through the walls and disturb the neighbors, and my sleeping kids! Wayne listened carefully to my explanation of the details that needed to be handled on the drywall in order to restore the needed sound isolation, made some suggestions of his own, and followed through with all the requirements. I've tested the soundproofing of the walls since he finished, and the acoustical isolation has been restored. In addition, his work in general in the other parts of the house just looks good. He did all of the work himself to ensure high quality results. Great job!
- Mark E....
FRight Choice Restoration
They showed up right away for remediation and did the tear out and removal of damaged drywall etc. right away. Even though they did not bother to cover carpeting before dropping ceiling drywall and insulation I was satisfied with this work. It was a week before someone returned to remove the fans they put up for drying, and was told they would start the restoration. Two days later, 2 men showed up to do drywall but had no insulation with them so they went to Home Depot to get some...came back with insulation but no staple gun or staples to install it. After about an hour they left, we assumed to get the proper materials needed. When no one showed up after several more days we got excuses from the office, and they kept asking for the insurance check. When the check arrived, the money was given to them in the hope that this would speed things up. After 3 weeks of nothing, and phone calls and emails unanswered finally Adam (the owner?) came out in person to see the project. He apologized over and over for the failure of his company, saying that he was out of the country and had no idea what was going on. He agreed with me that the work should have been completely done by now and agreed to return the insurance money for repairs as I told him I had already found someone else that would complete the job. His company was paid for the remediation directly by my insurance company. It has been over 3 weeks now since that conversation and no money has been returned. My phone calls and emails are being ignored. I feel it is a sad day when a company needs to steal (in my opinion) $3100 for work that was never done.
- David S....
AAce Custom Building
Beginning construction, Ivan and Crew completely gutted the living room. Removing the water damaged interior dry wall, carpet, insulation, exterior siding, and windows (all of which were going to be replaced). At one point in the demolition process, the only thing left were the studs; and you could literally walk through the house without using a door. The entryway wall was demoed, as was the fireplace (that was structural), AC duct, and the walls separating the Kitchen, Dinning Room, and Living Room. All the old carpet was removed, and the entryway step was jack-hammered backwards into it’s new position. The old attic AC unit (30 yrs old) was pulled down from the attic and that entire half of the home was emptied. New framing was added for a relocated AC duct and Fireplace (moved to the front of the room for the open concept). Likewise, 6 new 5’x5’ windows were framed in, as well as new patio french doors. Ivan also took this time to re-frame the attic platform for the AC, and added several massive support beams to hold the weight of the new open floor-plan. Furthermore, a new Audio/Video cabinet was framed out facing the living room, and new exterior walls went up. The old exterior walls were directly nailed to the studs. Post-demo, Ivan added a layer of thick plywood (to further help soundproof the house), water membrane, and then the HardiePlank siding. This wall was built to hold against a huge storm! A cool idea that Ivan suggested during re-framing was to add electrical outlets to the soffits, providing an easy place to plug-in Christmas lights. Sound proofing was added between the walls as the interior was framed in. Ivan was proactive managing the entire project, and for portions subcontracted out (to meet time constraints) he was onsite and oversaw the work. An example of this was having an electrician come out to move an electrical box. Before finishing the interior walls, conduit pipes were run between the Audio/Video cabinet and the TV in the front (and side, by the floating shelves) to allow for new HDMI cables to be pulled through in the future. A floating hearth was added below the TV mount, floating shelves were constructed (amazing carpentry work was involved structurally and aesthetically here – we wanted the weight of a human to be supported, in the event a child climbed it without being noticed). Furthermore, time consuming craftsmanship went into the framing of the windows and floorboards. Several days were nothing but manual labor – smoothing the joints/corners by hand. The ceiling was converted from a slope pitch into a tray ceiling, making the room feel more open. Ivan took the framing of the joints into account for future placement of 11 build-in speakers for a Dolby Atmos surround sound system. This included cutting out/running cables for 4 ceiling speakers and 5 vertical wall speakers. Once all the walls were done, standard renovation took place. Ivan textured the walls and painted using several coats. A careful eye on detail was provided as Ivan surveyed the tones of the colors throughout the day – and the affect of shadows on brightness… how the colors contrasted and popped with the custom carpentry. Several different hues of paint were used as a result, and it is beautiful. This process took approximately 3 months. General hick-up occurred along the way, as should be expected in any renovation, but nothing serious. Ivan’s crew was punctual – always starting work at 9am and sometimes working late into the evening to finish the days goals. The quality of the craftsmanship was beyond our expectation, and every day was filled with new excitement as we witnessed empty studs transformed into a modern living room. If you want something done – reach out to Ace Custom Building. They are THE local team to call first for estimates and timeframes. To broadly recap, the tasks undertaken in the living room were: - Built out the front step - Re-framed / replaced front door - Added rear Patio door - Added Support Beams - Removed the entry wall - Removed 2 dinning room walls - Framed and installed a new fireplace - Rebuilt the external walls - Added external outlets for Christmas light - Framed / installed 6 new windows - Demoed original brick chimney - Rebuilt AC unit platform in attic - Ran conduit for electronics - Custom Built Audio Video cabinet door, ran cables - Custom Built Floating Hearth - Custom Built Floating shelves - Custom Built molding around windows, floorboards - Cam-lights and speaker installed - Custom Built tray ceiling - Installed ceiling fan - Textured and painted walls and ceiling
- Raymond L....