With many options at hand, finding the perfect generator for our houses and job sites is tough as hell. When you narrow it down to 3000 watts, the job becomes even harder. Don’t get me wrong, you DO get choices. But the hard part is to pick the perfect one. When you’re an advocate of a […]Continue reading
When you’re a passionate DIY-er or an experienced garage warrior, you know that efficiency is the name of the game. No matter what people say, bigger isn’t always better. But bigger is certainly louder. This goes for the air compressors as well.
Or, does it?
People use these machines for a variety of tasks. These things save your time and money. As my recent research shows, a competent air compressor can save your ears from an exposure to constant noises in the garage or at the shop as well.
But the trick is to find the right product. In this post, you’ll find a shortlist of the quietest air compressors that go well with any kind of air tool and have longer lifecycles.
Of course, there’s the buying guide tucked in there for good measure as well. There, I’ve gone into great details about how to pick the ideal product for your household and professional duties.Continue reading
Air compressors are machines that can come in handy in various situations, and every home should have one.
They can serve you well for long, but there is often one thing that they lack in, and that is the noise they produce.
It seems to me that the lower the price, the louder the compressor you will get.
I know that spending a fortune on air compressors is not a solution, but getting loud ones and having your eardrum pierced is not a solution either.
I have done a little research and if you are looking for a solution to make your air compressor quieter, I hope that I can help you!
There are some easy solutions to your problem, and you will be able to forget that you even have an air compressor in no time.
But, before we start with the solutions, let’s give a quick look at air compressors and what makes them noisy.Continue reading
I’ve worked hard and changed my living conditions bit by bit to keep disturbing noises away from my house. I believe minimal noise can help people achieve perfect living conditions.
It’s very pretty on paper. It sounds nice. I bet people can handle things to a certain degree to make their house virtually noiseless. Well, as long as the power stays on.
What if there’s an outage or you’re out camping with kids? What then? I know many who’d jump the gun and say, “Generators, duh!” Yes, buying generators is a good solution.
There goes your dream of having a soundproof home.
Generators are bulky, expensive, and… you guessed it… noisy. In fact, very noisy.
Like always, I have a way out.Continue reading
I am sure that you are very well familiar with the unpleasant buzz of a power generator.
Alas! We really need them.
If we take into account that we live in a country where power outages are not so unusual and come quite often, we can say that it is common sense to have a power generator at your home.
However handy they may come in the situations of emergencies, they have their own downsides.
The main downside of those power generators, I am sure that you already know, is that they are very loud. And no one wants to have that additional source of frustration when things are already not going as they should.
Imagine going camping. It would really be a downer if the generator was waking you up every night due to its unpleasant sound.
My family and I love camping, so we have had problems with noisy generators for ages! But we have finally found the solution.
For those of you who have found themselves in similar situations, I will try my best to guide you on how to make your generator quieter.
Hopefully, it will save your head, ears, nerves and sleep from that unbearable buzz.
Let us begin.Continue reading
We live in a place where natural disasters are not unknown, and they often lead to power outages. Well, now, no one likes to be left in dark, is it right? And for that reason, power generators might come in very handy to us. They are often used during and after power outages, while we are waiting […]Continue reading