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Hello all,

I'm renovating the 3rd floor of my 3 family for what will be for myself and hopefully soon to be fiance.  My 2nd floor tenant has suggested that my hammering and Dewalt impact driver may be a biy noisy...(what she doesn't know is that Dewalt imapct driver is my favorite tool)!  

Anyway, I was considering putting down soundproofing material.  There is no insulation between floors, I may be able to put some in prior to installation of flooring.  Does anyone recommend one over another?  I'm putting tiles down in kitchen and bathroom so there will be Hardibacker under that.  The rest of house will be hardwood floors, I've read about cork underlayment?  Any suggestions? Thanks in advance!
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