What kind of insulation should I use here?

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Old 05-21-20, 04:55 PM
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What kind of insulation should I use here?

I had a leak in the laundry room which resulted in repiping. It backs up to a bedroom, and I'd like to reduce noise through the wall. What kind of recommendation do you have for insulation? Do I need to take in consideration the piping when choosing?

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Old 05-22-20, 04:36 AM
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Not a lot can be done to reduce the vibration of a laundry room to an adjoining room short of sound proofing the wall.
Had neighbor who owned half of a duplex. The laundry rooms of each half bordered the common wall. The old lady on one side told the younger gal not to do her laundry in the evening and certain hours of the day because it disturbed her quite time.
 
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