Safe & Sound?

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  1. peter_van

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    Hi All,

    I am contracting out the finishing of my basement and a certain contractor mentioned that they use a drywall called "safe and sound". I can't seem to goggle anything up on this and am curious if anyone knows about it and can give me a link, or tell me if it is decent stuff. I don't have the space to do the full room in a room setup, so am looking for some minimal things to dampen a bit of sound.

    Also, if anyone knows any reasonable contractors in the Toronto area, I'd love a reference.

    P
     
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    Hi;

    I just finished insulating my HT with "Safe and Sound" Roxul. I am also betting that this is what the contractor meant.

    Good luck.

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    Peter,

    Sent you a PM re: GTA contractor. Cheers.

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    Thanks All,

    Found the Roxul page and thought I replied to my own post, but it must have not worked.

    Best,

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