Installing Sound and Heat Insulation

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Sound and Heat Insulation often times remains unseen once your car has completed its restoration although this is one investment that will pay off many times over in a quieter and more comfortable ride.

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3 Responses to “Installing Sound and Heat Insulation”
  1. Prashant

    Todd,A form of shredded nepawspers sounds like a great green alternative to traditional insulation! I’m planning on insulating part of my house in the next month, but the area I need to insulate has a drop ceiling, and wouldn’t work well with this type of product. Do you know of anything green that might work with a drop ceiling?

  2. Jeff

    Once the Dynamat is installed on the roof do you still use the factory type jute insulation before the headliner?

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      Customer Service

      Hello Jeff,

      You can use jute, but the Dynamat does a great job at eliminating the sound and heat.
      Although when I want a little extra quiet in the car, I use an additional layer of product from Dynamat named Dynaliner.
      It’s an adhesive backed closed cell foam so it won’t absorb water (humidity) or smells and does a great job at giving the car even more quiet.
      It is offered in different thicknesses, and I find the 1/4″ thick is best for beneath the headliner.
      And NO, Dynamat is not an advertiser nor have we received free or discounted product from them…
      It’s just good stuff that stays where it’s put, and when placing it above the headliner you don’t want it coming down later like some cheap brands do.

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