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antoallison
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antoallison
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August 2017

thanks BMI - I am so technically challenged that I don't even know what a cartoon gif is ?? I definetly don't want to spend a lot as there is are so m ...

antoallison
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August 2017

thanks for the reply .. Yes in Perth all the houses are built in brick - double brick with cavity on the outside and single brick plastered and painte ...

antoallison
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I am just wondering what methods I could use to soundproof or at least dampen sound coming from toilets in my home. One toilet wall backs onto a guest ...

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ProjectPete
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June 2019

Off the top of my head @SammyE the materials cost around $3,000. I had to import one of the vanities to get the customer's preference - if they had of ...

redracer01
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September 2019

I suggest tiles that look like timber. Where the walls are white I suggest white tiles 600 x 300 high gloss with minimum gaps with super white grout. ...

Rodney
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Community Manager's note: Love this project? We have step-by-step instructions for building your own here - How to build a toilet roll holder shelf

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August 2019

G'day @MartyH Yes that is a good point...I guess 'insulation' is normally thought of more in terms of it's thermal attributes. However:My houses inter ...

BIM_Engineer
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August 2017

If you want specific solutions please leave a PM..cheers

BIM_Engineer
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August 2017

@antoallisonYou will need to provide more information`and will require proper CFD-acoustic simulations rather than cartoon GIFs, otherwise you might e ...

MartyH
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8 replies
August 2017

I would think that ceramic tiling, while adding an extra layer, would not help as sound bounces off it. Bathrooms are typically echo-ey places. You ne ...

Brad
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August 2017

Not a lot of joy in my search but a starting point is - Panel

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antoallison
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3 replies
August 2017

thanks BMI - I am so technically challenged that I don't even know what a cartoon gif is ?? I definetly don't want to spend a lot as there is are so m ...

antoallison
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August 2017

thanks for the reply .. Yes in Perth all the houses are built in brick - double brick with cavity on the outside and single brick plastered and painte ...

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