How to Keep Your Home Office Quiet & Noise Free


Buffer your home office from distracting noises like children playing, traffic and outside activities. Learn more in this free educational video series.

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Video Transcript

I'm going to talk to you about reducing noise in your home office. If you can choose a room that's far away from the rest of the household, that would be your best option. But you might not be able to, so if your room is in a high traffic area make sure that you have doors that close first of all and also you can do things like put carpet on the ground that reduces noise bouncing off the floor or put paintings on the walls, stuff like that. It would make it so that any exterior noise stays out and in my office one of my problems is that I have 2 doors that lead into my room. So in order to reduce noise coming from the living room, I put a bookcase in front of one of the doors. Remember that your home office is actually in a home not in an office building, so there are going to be all sorts of noises happening around you that you can't control. The best thing you can do is fine different ways to cover up the noise. If there's certain noises that are distracting you and you really need to pay attention to what you're really doing. Playing music quietly can be a good way to give you something else to focus on. Your goal is to eliminate any sort of distraction noises rather they're coming from outside of your office or from the inside. By eliminating these noises you can stay focus on your work.


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