Step 1 – Measurements

The very first step you want to begin with is by measuring your generator or air compressor

Step 2 – Cut the Sides and Top of the Soundproof 

Cut out the rockwool sound material as per your measurements using a circular or table saw. You should label your four wall pieces and your single top piece with a pencil, so there’s no confusion later.

Step 3 – Make Holes for the Ventilation

Measure the diameter of your ventilation ducts and mark two circles on the rockwool material  to cut. The first ventilation duct has to be on the roof of your enclosure. Your top vent should be at the back and not in the center.  Cut the second ventilation duct on a side piece that will be on the opposite side from the top duct.

Step 4 – Glue and Caulk the First Layer of Sound Deadening Insulation

The key to sound insulation is adding layers of free space that allows the sound to dissipate. The best way to deaden the sound inside a quiet generator box is by adding more than one layer of sound deadening material.

Step 5 – Time to Assemble the DIY Generator Quiet Enclosure

It’s time to assemble your DIY generator quiet enclosure finally! One by one, attach all four walls using nails or screws. I always use screws in case I want to modify the quiet enclosure in the future or merely disassemble it for space saving needs. Lastly, attach the top of the enclosure and securely screw it down.

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