This is probably a pointless question, but figured id ask anyway. Iv been surprised before.
So i had been planning on taking down the blue panel in the pic for a while. Its a panel on the wall in the bed room on the main floor. I wanted to take at least the two internal walls down to put insulation in them to help not only insulate the bedrooms, but to reduce the noise that you can hear from them. (Which you can hear coming out of the bedrooms easily.)
So i started to take a panel down today and before i got to far i realized that behind the panel looks to be drywall. So to do this would mean taking down all the trims. Taking down all the panels, then taking down all the drywall and hoping for no more surprised. - Also since im flat out broke form my basement project, i cant fix or replace anything if i screw up. So i decided against proceeding with doing this.
I even looked in the attic above the bedrooms but the attic area is covered with its own insulation and i didnt want to screw around with that. ( no clue if i could see anything from there anyway. Im guessing there is some kind of floor/roof to block off being able to see it.)
So.. i have to bedrooms next to each other. Planning on renting both out. But i also planned on the insulation to help reduce noise. With out that, noise will clearly be heard from one bedroom to another since they share a wall. (I can hear someone talking in the room from the kitchen, so im guessing the other room would be even more clear,)
Is there any logical, reasonable, and dare i say cheap, considering my circumstances, way of reducing sound from one room to the other. Im guessing most ppl dont really want to hear every sound coming out of a strangers bedroom...