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There are probably times in your life when you had some less-than-kind thoughts about someone being exceptionally loud. I’ll be the first to admit to silently cursing out my neighbor as they had a rager that lasted well into the wee hours of the morning. The same thing goes for the best treadmills for a home gym—who wants a loud cardio machine that’ll annoy both you and anyone in your general vicinity? Not me!

If you’re looking for the best quiet treadmill, I’m here to help with five of my favorite options. I’ve done all the hard work so you’re not stuck with a loud treadmill you’re not happy with.

As a former college soccer player and current running enthusiast, I’ve used quite a few treadmills in my day. Plus, along with my team here at GGR—which is full of certified personal trainers and triathletes—we put all cardio equipment we test through our rigorous fitness equipment testing methodology, which evaluates factors such as value, construction, durability, and programming.

Based on this, and after hours and hours of testing, here are our top picks for the best quiet treadmills.

5 Best Quiet Treadmills 

Best Quiet Treadmill Overall: NordicTrack Commercial 1750

Good for: People who love dynamic programming and technology features

Best Quiet Treadmill Overall

NordicTrack Commercial 1750

Product Highlights

  • Spacious running deck
  • Compatible with iFIT
  • 14-inch touchscreen
  • Incline and decline training
  • Financing available

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Compatible with iFIT
  • 3.5 CHP motor
  • Free trial of iFIT subscription with purchase
  • Treadmill with incline and decline training
  • Foldable to save space (EasyLift Assist)
  • Run that feels similar to road running
  • Financing options available through NordicTrack
  • Generous speed range
  • Wide running deck
  • Cooling fan

Cons

  • Big footprint
  • Heavy and not the easiest to move
  • Price is around $2,000
  • Warranty is voided if the treadmill is used/stored in a garage

Bottom Line

If you’re looking to add a workhorse of a treadmill to your home gym, we recommend the NordicTrack Commercial 1750.

If you’re looking for a treadmill that is quiet and has lots of technology extras, the NordicTrack Commercial 1750 is the best overall. This cardio machine has a well-cushioned deck, which can help damper the sounds of your feet making contact with the belt. Plus, it even has specialty “quiet drive” technology, which allows you to change the incline and decline without unnecessary noise. 

There is a lot to love about the 1750––with a 14-inch touchscreen and iFIT programming capabilities (membership sold separately), you’ll be able to have an immersive workout experience in the comfort of your own home. Although the 1750 has high-quality speakers, you can also utilize the Bluetooth feature to connect your headphones to the treadmill so it scores a 5 out of 5 for tech capabilities. You’ll be able to enjoy all iFIT has to offer without disturbing others due to the noise of the programming, which we’v given a 5-out-of-5 rating.

woman running on nordictrack commercial 1750

I’m a big fan of the folding capabilities of the 1750. When it’s time to unfold the machine, the gas shock on the back of the deck makes for a quiet and simple process. Gone are the days of your treadmill’s deck slamming to the floor, disturbing everyone in the home. With the EasyLift Assist, you’ll be able to release the gas shock with your foot and have the machine unfold slowly and gently. For those reasons, it gets a rating of 3.5 out of 5 for footprint and portability.

The industry standard for a treadmill warranty is 15 years to life on the frame, but the 1750 only offers 10. For the almost $1,900 price, I would expect the frame warranty to match the industry standard.  We’re still giving this a score of 5 out of 5 for value because you get a lot of great features for under $2,000.

It is also worth noting that the warranty of the 1750 (and any other NordicTrack products) will be voided if you keep this machine in your garage. 

Read our full NordicTrack Commercial 1750 Treadmill Review.

PriceAround $1,900
Footprint81.25” L x 39.25” W x 62.75” H
Warranty10-year frame, 2-year parts, 1-year labor
Deck22” W x 60” L
User weight capacity300 lbs

Best Budget Quiet Treadmill: Horizon Fitness 7.0 AT

Good for: People who need an affordable treadmill that will last

Best Budget Quiet Treadmill

Horizon 7.0 AT Treadmill

GGR Score: 4.1 starstarstarstarstar

Product Highlights

  • Priced under $1,000
  • Spacious 60-inch running deck
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • QuickDial controls for both the speed and incline

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • 60” running surface
  • 3.0 CHP motor
  • Bluetooth connectivity with apps like Zwift, Peloton, and Nike Running Club
  • 325 lb weight limit

Cons

  • Heavy machine at over 250 lbs
  • No included touchscreen
  • 3-year parts warranty and 1-year labor warranties are less than the Horizon 7.4 AT Treadmill

Bottom Line

For under $1,000, the Horizon 7.0 AT is a great option for people who want to use their treadmill to run.

When reviewing this machine, I saw customers raving about how quiet their 7.0 AT was, so I know it wasn’t just me who thought this treadmill was fairly noiseless. 

If you’re a tall person or enjoy running, you’ll be able to take comfortable strides on the 7.0 AT. Plus, if you’re looking to save space, you’ll love the gas shock on the back of it that makes folding and unfolding this machine a breeze––and super quiet. It’s getting a 4 out of 5 from us for durability because it’s a hefty machine but it does have a lot of plastic on it. 

woman walking horizon 7.0 treadmill

Although this treadmill doesn’t have a built-in touchscreen for interactive programming, you’ll be able to pair the 7.0 AT with a variety of training apps thanks to the Bluetooth connectivity. Of course, this means you’ll have to utilize your own device, but as long as you don’t mind, it isn’t a big barrier. 

It is worth mentioning that the machine is heavy. At 253 pounds, the 7.0 AT will require extra assistance if you want to move it up or down the stairs. Don’t be concerned if you are just looking to move the treadmill around the same room––after the machine is folded, it is simple to move it solo thanks to the transport wheels. While this does fold up it’s still a larger treadmill so we are rating it a 3.5 out of 5 for footprint and portability. 

Learn more by reading our Horizon 7.0 AT review.

PriceAround $1,000
Footprint76.5″ L x 36″ W x 59″ H
WarrantyLifetime frame and motor, 3-year parts, 1-year labor
Deck20″ W x 60″ L
User weight capacity325 lbs

Best Quiet Treadmill with Programming: Peloton Tread

Good for: People who love utilizing workout programs to add a bit of flare to their fitness routine

Best Folding Quiet Treadmill

Peloton Tread

GGR Score: 3.74 starstarstarstarstar

Product Highlights

  • Powerful 3.0 CHP motor
  • Carbon steel construction
  • Top speeds of 12.5 MPH
  • 23.5" HD touchscreen display
  • Incline training
  • Non-folding
  • Live and on-demand classes

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Interactive, responsive HD touchscreen display
  • Access to thousands of workouts via Peloton
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • Front speakers and rear woofers for great sound
  • Big range of speed and incline
  • Carbon steel frame
  • Intuitive controls
  • Red line centered on running deck ensures good running mechanics
  • Sleek design
  • Improved safety features: Tread lock, emergency stop button, stop-sensor technology in belt and a safety key

Cons

  • Disappointing warranty
  • No decline
  • No pre-programmed workout so need to purchase membership to Peloton
  • Expensive
  • Heavy
  • Smaller console
  • Minimal cushioning
  • No cooling fans (not a deal breaker but it would be nice)
  • Smaller running deck compared to similarly priced treadmills

Bottom Line

After several recalls back in 2021, Peloton recently released this new treadmill, the Peloton Tread, with improved safety measures. Perhaps best known for its wide range of live and on-demand classes, the Peloton Tread is a fantastic way to train indoors and stay motivated.  The easy-to-use, interactive touchscreen provides access to a library of workouts and leaderboards that truly brings training to a new level.Powered by a 3.0 horsepower motor, the Tread reaches speeds up to 12.5 mph and inclines up to 12.5%; impressive numbers by any standard. Constructed from carbon steel, the Tread has a sleek, compact design that is as sturdy as it is attractive. While the price tag is steep, it could be a worthwhile investment for your home gym if it fits your budget.

Let’s be honest: most things are better with a bit of technological flair. If you’re going to spend time indoors on a piece of cardio equipment, you may as well find a way to enjoy it. We think that using Peloton’s awesome dynamic programming is a great way to make that happen—and a quiet way, too! Quiet aside from whatever you have coming out of the high-quality speakers, that is. 

Even though we think this is a quiet treadmill, don’t plan on trying to run in secret or anything. It can still be heard, but it’s definitely quieter than many other treadmills out there. A friend of GGR, Jenny Kelpe, said, “I’ve Tested this treadmill out against multiple Bowflex treadmills and it was definitely the quietest of them all.” 

Peloton offers thousands of classes, which aren’t even limited to just the treadmill, so you’ll get plenty of variety. The treadmill itself has a 23.8-inch touchscreen display, which can be used to attend both live, and on-demand classes.

picture of content on peloton tread screen

Although the programming is an added fee ($44 per month), Lindsay Scheele, GGR’s cardio equipment expert, says it’s super easy to use and guides you through choosing classes so you won’t get confused by the fancy-looking screen. She’s pretty confident that her 8-year-old son could operate it. For that reason, we’re giving it 5 out of 5 stars for dynamic programming. 

Now let’s talk about space. Lindsay says that this treadmill isn’t too bulky and has a sleek design that she really likes. However, it doesn’t fold and weighs almost 300 pounds. We’re only giving it a 2 out of 5 for footprint and portability since it’s going to require a designated space in your home or gym, plus it’s not going to be that easy to move if you want to. 

While it has a lot of great features, and looks nice, too, the Peloton Tread is going to make a decent dent in your bank account with a price tag of around $3,000, plus the cost of the monthly Peloton app subscription. However, value-wise, this treadmill gets a 4 out of 5 since it does offer a lot for the price.

For more insight on Peloton treadmills, check out our Peloton Tread review. 

PriceAbout $3000
Footprint68” L x 33” W x 62” H
Warranty5-year frame, 3-year parts, 1-year screen
Deck20” W x 59” L
User weight capacity330 lbs

Best Quiet Folding Quiet Treadmill: WalkingPad P1

Good for: People who want to get their steps in without taking up a lot of space

Best Folding Quiet Treadmill

WalkingPad Folding Treadmill

GGR Score: 3.6 starstarstarstarstar

Product Highlights

  • Folds for easy storage
  • Suitable for tall folks and long strides
  • Comes assembled
  • Compatible with KS Fit App
  • Features foot-sensing controls

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Under $450
  • Foldable
  • Can be controlled by the app or a remote
  • Has automatic foot control
  • No assembly required

Cons

  • Max user weight of 220 lbs
  • No obvious warranty

Bottom Line

The WalkingPad is another great option for people who want a way to walk while doing another activity.

If you live in a shared or small space, you may have second thoughts about getting a treadmill. Luckily, there are treadmills like the WalkingPad on the market that are both quiet and space-saving. The WalkingPad P1 Folding Treadmill packs a lot into a small package; when folded up completely it’s only 32 inches long and under 22 inches wide. It literally folds in half, which is why we’re giving it a 4.5-out-of-5 rating for footprint and portability. 

GGR Head of Content, Nicole Davis, has been using this treadmill for over a year and loves it as an under-desk treadmill option. She uses it to add some extra steps to her day and rates her overall experience with it, so far, a 4 out of 5. 

While this treadmill is quiet enough to walk on in a shared space and probably won’t disturb your neighbors, Nicole said, “It isn’t exactly a whisper and could be heard if on a work call. On top of that, when you speed up or stop the machine, it beeps loudly.” 

woman walking on walkingpad treadmill at desk

Nicole also mentioned that while this treadmill seems durable enough and she hasn’t had any issues other than a faulty remote, the weight limit is only 220 pounds and the motor is only 2.5 CHP. That being said, it’s probably not the best option for every day, continuous use. For that reason, we’re only giving it 3.5 out of 5 stars for durability and construction.

We love that this treadmill comes fully assembled so you can just take it out of the box, plug it in, and get to walking. That earns it a 5 out of 5 for delivery and set up in our book. There isn’t much technology involved in the WalkingPad, but you can download the KS Fit app, which allows you to use your phone as a remote and track your metrics. If you don’t utilize the app, you can’t view your metrics, and if the included remote stops working, you’re out of luck with getting the treadmill going, unless you use the app. As far as technology goes, we’re only giving it a 3 out of 5. 

Read our WalkingPad review for more information.

PriceAbout $400
Footprint56.37” L x 21.5” W x 5” H
Warranty1 year
Deck47.24” L x 16.5” W
User weight capacity220 lbs

Best Quiet Treadmill for Home Use: ProForm Carbon TLX

Good for: Folks who want to enjoy interactive programming at home

Best Quiet Treadmill for Home Use

ProForm Carbon TLX

GGR Score: 3.72 starstarstarstarstar

Product Highlights

  • Affordable folding treadmill
  • 3.0 CHP motor
  • 60" belt
  • 0-12 mph speed range
  • 12% incline
  • 7-inch display
  • iFIT-enabled

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Durable with a 3.0 CHP motor
  • 300-lb weight capacity
  • 60-inch belt length
  • 12% incline
  • Cushioned running deck
  • iFIT-enabled
  • Foldable

Cons

  • Only a 1-year parts warranty
  • No touchscreen display

Bottom Line

The ProForm Carbon TLX is an affordable folding treadmill that would be suitable for a small space. It's durable, with a 300-pound weight capacity and 3.0 CHP motor, plus it offers up to 12% incline.

Want to enjoy your quiet treadmill workout in the solace of your own home? Not to worry! The quiet ProForm Carbon TLX treadmill is here to impress. Featuring a 7-inch display and compatible with iFIT programming via Bluetooth, the TLX turns a boring walk or run into an enjoyable experience. We rated our overall workout experience with this treadmill a 3.75 out of 5.

An image of a woman pressing buttons on the ProForm TLX console

“I do think the TLX was average or maybe a little quieter than average when it comes to noise levels,” says GGR Everything Lead Reviewer and CPT Lindsay Scheele in her ProForm Carbon TLX review. “The incline makes a bit of noise when you raise the deck, but nothing that isn’t expected when you use that function.”

The 3.0 CHP motor and 300-pound weight capacity point to a machine that’s solidly durable—earning a 4.5 out of 5 in that category—aiding in the respectable noise levels.  

The TLX has a lot of the extras you would hope for in a great home treadmill. I’m a big fan of the cooling fan, dual cup holders, and the 12% incline, earning the machine 4s in both the conveniences and ergonomics ratings categories. Plus, if you need to store the TLX when you’re done using it, it folds up easily. 

An image of a woman folding the ProForm TLX treadmill

I do wish the frame warranty was a little bit longer. For the price, I would expect to see the industry standard of 15 years to life. The machine is also pretty heavy. At 249 pounds, the TLX requires an extra set of hands to safely move the machine between floors. This isn’t a huge deal (it is a large cardio machine, and is to be expected) but it is still worth noting, and why we gave this machine a 3.75 out of 5 in the footprint and portability category.

Check out out ProForm Carbon TLX review for a deeper dive.

Price$999
Footprint74.3” L x 35.1” W x 59.1” H
Warranty10-year frame, 1-year parts, 1-year labor
Deck20” W x 60” L
User weight capacity300 lbs

Best Quiet Treadmill for Running: AssaultRunner Pro

Good for: A fitness enthusiast with deep pockets who wants a non-motorized treadmill

Best Quiet Treadmill for Running

AssaultRunner Pro

GGR Score: 4.1 starstarstarstarstar

Product Highlights

  • Low-impact shock absorbing belt
  • Incredibly sturdy and durable
  • Built-in wheels for portability
  • 100% athlete-powered

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Extremely popular
  • Durable machine
  • No motor means fewer maintenance issues
  • Easy-to-read monitor
  • Thick rubber belt provides great traction
  • Bearings under belt provide smooth run
  • Sturdy
  • Rear handle makes moving easier
  • Powder-coating withstands the elements
  • Affordable curved treadmill
  • Staple for CrossFitters

Cons

  • Extremely heavy
  • Curved shape takes getting used to
  • Plastic shell may crack
  • High spin rate on belt
  • No fancy monitor, water bottle holder, or other conveniences

Bottom Line

The AssaultRunner Pro is one of the best value non-motorized treadmills for home gyms on the market.

The AssaultRunner Pro gets a lot of recognition in the fitness industry, and for good reason. This tank of a treadmill is durable, built for running, and surprisingly quiet. Due to the way the slats of this non-motorized treadmill are positioned, the belt doesn’t make a lot of noise like you may expect. Oh, and did I mention the belt is actually backed by a lifetime warranty?

Since the Pro is user-powered, you won’t find a noisy motor or loud incline and decline changes. Plus, the leveling feet on the bottom of the treadmill allow the machine to be stable (and not shake) on various surfaces. This machine is hefty and you’ll feel secure running on it, we rate it a 4 out of 5 for durability.

An image of a man running on the AssaultRunner Elite treadmill
Coop using AssaultRunner Elite, a more expensive version of the AssaultRunnerPro

I love the 350-pound user weight capacity of the Pro, which crushes the industry standard of 300 pounds like a little ant. I’m all for any exercise equipment that makes fitness more accessible for a variety of people and body types. 

However, with such a durable treadmill comes a hefty weight––and price. This $3,000 treadmill isn’t a cheap purchase, but luckily, there are financing options available to help you break down the cost. The Pro is also a behemoth of a machine, at 280 pounds when assembled. You will absolutely need assistance (think professional movers) to get this up or down a set of stairs. For portability, we are giving it a 4.4 out of 5.

For more, check out our AssaultRunner Pro review.

PriceAround $3,000
Footprint69.9” L x 31.7” W x 64.4” H
Warranty150,000 miles belt,5-year frame, 3-year moving parts
Deck17” W x 65” L
User weight capacity350 lbs

Other Treadmills We Researched

Schwinn 810: Although the Schwinn 810 is a good foldable treadmill, it isn’t very quiet. This is likely due to the minimal treadmill belt cushioning, which gives a very small barrier between the impact of your feet and the frame of the machine. 

Sole F80: The 10 preset training programs available on the Sole F80 are impressive, but it didn’t quite make the list as it can be rather loud. 

Still looking for something else? Check out our best-in-class roundups:

How We Picked and Tested

We take our treadmill testing process very seriously. Here are the main questions we asked ourselves before we picked the quietest treadmills for your home gym:

  • Workout experience: How quiet was our workout experience? Was the treadmill noise obnoxious, average, or quiet? Did it come with a treadmill mat?
  • Deck cushioning: Was the deck cushioning exceptional? Were there shock absorbers in place? 
  • Motor: Is there a motor or is this a manual treadmill? What is the horsepower of the treadmill’s motor? Is this conducive to running, jogging, or walking?
  • Incline/decline: What is the incline range? What about decline options?
  • Price: How expensive is the treadmill? How does it compare to others in the same price range? 
  • Display: What does the display look like? Is it a touchscreen, LCD screen, or LED screen? How large is the display?
  • Technology: Are there any technology extras? Can the treadmill be used in tandem with interactive programming?  Are there Bluetooth speakers?
  • Footprint: What is the footprint of the machine? How does it compare to other treadmills? Is it suitable for smaller spaces?
  • Portability: Can the machine be folded easily? Are there transport wheels attached to the treadmill? How heavy is the machine? Will this treadmill likely fit in a small space?
  • Warranty: What is the warranty for the frame, motor, parts, and labor? How does this compare to the industry standard?
  • Handlebars: Are there two separate sets of handlebars? Does one of the sets have the ability to do heart rate monitoring?
  • Speed levels: What is the speed range available on this treadmill? 
  • Deck size: How large is the running deck? How does this compare to other treadmills? Will it be a good option for taller folks or those who like to run?
  • Assembly: How challenging is the assembly process? Do you need an additional person? Can you pay for expert delivery from the brand?

Benefits of Quiet Treadmills

Trying to decide why you should add one of these machines to your home? Check out the top three reasons I’d recommend checking out the best quiet treadmills:

Better for Shared Spaces

If you share an apartment or home with friends, family, or even roommates, chances are you don’t want to be obnoxiously loud when working out. It can definitely be an issue if you’re constantly irritating housemates (or your partner) with your thumping treadmill. Solve this issue by purchasing a quiet treadmill. 

Easier to Hear Streaming

For those who love interactive programming or watching the latest episode of their favorite show while jogging, having a quiet treadmill can be an advantage. Instead of maxing out your television’s audio capacity to compete with the loudness of your treadmill, choose a quiet option.

Ability to Hear Your Surroundings

“Having a treadmill that’s quiet is such a bonus-add, and actually almost a necessity for me and my household,” Garage Gym Reviews Editor and certified personal trainer Nicole Davis explains. 

“As a mom of two young kids, it’s nice to be able to walk or run after they go to bed or before they wake up without fear of the machine disturbing anybody. Plus, if they are awake, I can hear what’s going on—a must for a parent!”

Buying Guide: What to Look for in Quiet Treadmills

Everyone has different wants and needs when it comes to buying their ideal treadmill. In this case, here are a few things I’d consider before settling on a quiet treadmill to purchase:

Motor or No Motor?

Deciding whether you want a motorized or non-motorized treadmill is your first step. There are plenty of motorized treadmill options that aren’t aggressively loud, but there are also some that sound like you’re purposefully jumping up and down. Motorless treadmills have the benefit of being user-powered, but they can still be loud depending on the spacing of the slats on the belt and how fast you’re running. 

Cushioned Deck

A well-cushioned deck will not only make your run more comfortable, but it will also contribute to the loudness (or quietness) of your machine. A thin belt will have less padding between your steps and the frame of the machine, which can result in a louder sound. 

Sturdy Base and Stabilizers

If your treadmill has a steel frame, it will likely be more sturdy than a machine with lots of plastic components. The materials used in the base and frame will play a role in any rattling or shaking you hear as you stride.

I also would check to see if your potential new treadmill has floor stabilizers. These small feet on the bottom of your treadmill can make your machine move less while you’re using it. 

Bluetooth Connectivity 

Although I love a good set of speakers on a treadmill, having the ability to connect your headphones to your machine can cut down on excessive noise. You’ll still be able to hear your interactive programming or music, without disturbing others. 

Quiet Treadmill FAQs

Which treadmill makes less noise?

While there isn’t a treadmill that makes zero noise, I’ve rounded up my favorite quiet machines. I recommend the NordicTrack Commercial 1750 as the best overall quiet treadmill.

Do electric treadmills make more noise than non-motorized treadmills?

There isn’t a set answer for this question. Certain factors like the cushioning of the running surface, or hitting the top speed on the machine can all factor into how your treadmill sounds. Some electric treadmills are way louder than non-motorized treadmills, and vice versa. I recommend having someone (like me) try a bunch of machines and give you their opinion, or have you try them yourself.

What can I do to make my treadmill quieter?

Lubricating your treadmill is a great way to make a squeaky machine a little more quiet. I also suggest putting your machine on carpet or a rubber mat to dampen the noise your treadmill may produce. Although it may be a lot more stable on hardwood floor, you would have to compromise with the reverberating sound you’d hear while using the treadmill.

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