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Noisedeck 32 2400mm x 600mm x 32mm

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Delivery charges £60ex.VAT is applied to most of the products we supply due to the weight and size of the materials.

£20ex.VAT for smaller items. This charge applies when smaller items are ordered individually without materials we must deliver on a pallet. Only the pallet charge will be applied when smaller items are purchased with materials delivered on a pallet.

Customer collections are available. You must arrange this with the sales team before the collection date. If you would like to collect materials, please call 01423 339163.

Goods delivered within 3-5 days.

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Slim direct to joist solution for timber separating floors to meet Part E Building Regulations. The Noisedeck 32 floating floor interlocking system reduces sound transmission through timber floors. Noisedeck 32 floating floor sound insulation system comprises a 22mm V313 P5 moisture-resistant chipboard bonded to a 10mm layer of recycled PET mat. Install directly onto floor joists to reduce impact sounds. When installed as part of a separating floor construction, it enables a timber floor to meet the sound transmission regulations of Approved Document E 2003 and subsequent amendments in 2004, 2010, 2013 and 2015.

  • Size 2400mm x 600mm x 32mm (1.44m²)
  • Noise reduction (decibels explained)
    • Airborne sound 46dB
    • Impact sound 55dB
  • Soundproofing for Timber floors (direct to the joist or over a sub-floor)
  • Fitting DIY soundproofing or trades
  • Reduces Airborne and impact sounds
  • Compliant Part E
  • Price per m² £23.85
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SKU: 010036 Categories: Floating Floors, Floor Soundproofing


Noisedeck 32 is an acoustic floating floor that reduces sound transmission between floors. Install Noisedeck 32 directly over timber floor joists. Noisedeck 32 floating floor sound insulation system comprises a 22mm V313 P5 moisture-resistant chipboard bonded to a 10mm layer of recycled PET mat.

Noisedeck 32 will comply with current Building Regulation Part E requirements when used with a suitable separating build up.

  • Install directly onto floor joists or over existing flooring
  • Supports floor loading of 2kN
  • Suitable for new build and conversions
  • Use on timber floors
  • Compliant to Robust details EFC-1, EFC-2 and EFS-1
  • Part E compliant when installed with a suitable separating ceiling structure

Product Data

  • 2400mm x 600mm x 32mm
  • Weight 23kg
  • 22mm moisture-resistant chipboard
  • 10mm layer of recycled PET mat
  • Performance
    • Airborne sound 46dB
    • Impact sound 55dB

Noisedeck 32 Acoustic Board Benefits

Impact & airborne noise reduction

Our Noisedeck boards are specifically designed to effectively reduce high levels of impact and airborne sounds in timber floors.


DIY installation is straight forward

Noisedeck boards are simple to install as they require no mechanical fixings due to the T&G edges

Delivered from stock throughout the UK

Manufactured in the UK and distributed from stock for a speedy delivery when required

Part E compliant

Ensure your new build or conversion meets current Building Regulations 

Technical help and support

We are available to discuss your requirements and ensure you choose the right soundproofing for your needs

Fitting Noisedeck 32

  • Ensure the sub-floor is suitably even, clean and dry to allow the Noisedeck 32 to be laid flat.
  • You should install perimeter isolation tapes on the edges of the walls to isolate the boards from the walls.
  • Commence the flooring installation from the furthest point from the entrance and try to avoid off-cuts of less than 200mm.
  • Noisedeck 32 is laid in a broken brick bond pattern with the tongue and groove edges glued together. Avoid mechanical fixings into the joist.

Building Stud Walls

You should install stud walls before laying the Noisedeck 32 floating floor sound insulation system. Building partition walls before installing floating floors will reduce flanking sound transmission. Isolating the flooring from stud partition walls and structural walls will ensure the soundproofing integrity of the separating floor and the walls. We recommend stud walls are built on top of the floor joists and isolated as much as possible. Additional support noggins between the floor joists may be required if you are building stud partition walls directly onto the Noisedeck 32.

It is recommended that you isolate stud walls from the Noisedeck using Isolation Strips below the footer of the stud frame.

Skirting Boards and Architraves

Reduce flanking sound by isolating skirting boards and architraves from the flooring. Roll the isolation strip over the flooring and place the skirting board on top. Trim excess tape with a sharp knife. Leave a 2-3mm gap between architraves and the surface of the floor.

Kitchens and Bathrooms

You can use this floating floor sound insulation system in kitchens and bathrooms. Use support noggins between the joists to support the flooring in higher load areas.

Noisedeck 32 Direct to Joist

Separating Ceiling to Meet Part E Building Regulations

Comply with Part E Building Regulations by installing the Noisedeck 32 using the following ceiling construction method. This floating floor sound insulation system is suitable for timber ceilings.

part e ceiling sound insulation materials

Noisedeck 32 System Products

Alternative Solutions

Floor and Ceiling Soundproofing

Make sure you are getting the right soundproofing for your needs. Understanding the most common types of noise and how to stop them will help you decide the right floating floor sound insulation solution.

Different Types of Sound

  • Airborne sounds – Conversation, TV noise and radios are examples of airborne sound. The best way to stop airborne sounds is to add mass/density to the walls or ceilings.
  • Impact/vibration sounds – Footfall and moving furniture across a floor are examples of impact sounds. The best way to reduce these sounds is to create separation.

In summary, the best way to reduce airborne sounds is by increasing the mass of the area you would like to soundproof. Reducing impact/vibration sounds is achieved by creating separation within the structure.

Reducing Impact and Airborne Sounds

By following some of these steps, you will ensure you get the best level of soundproofing for your room.

  • Mass/Density – Increasing the mass and density of the area you are soundproofing will block airborne sounds from transferring between rooms. You will increase the mass of walls and ceilings using materials such as soundproof panels or high-density acoustic insulation slabs.
  • Separation – Incorporating separation within the structure will reduce vibration and impact sounds transferring between rooms. Achieve separation by building independent stud walls and ceilings. If you don’t have the space in the room, you can use acoustic clips and resilient channels to decouple the wall and ceiling.
  • Absorption – Use materials that are going to absorb sounds. Acoustic insulation is suitable for sound absorption as it converts the sound waves into heat as it passes through the insulation. Dense mass loaded barriers will also dampen and absorb sound. Use acoustic underlays or floating floors to absorb footfall through timber and concrete flooring.

For help and advice on your floating floor sound insulation, get in touch. Speak to an adviser by calling 01423 339163. Alternatively, please send us your enquiry.


    Additional information

    Weight 36 kg

    2400mm x 600mm



    Area coverage


    Building regs

    Part E compliant

    Delivery Information

    Standard Delivery

    Our standard delivery charges are based on the delivery method that is most suitable for the products ordered. Most of the goods we sell are delivered on pallets. Some smaller items will be delivered via courier.

    Standard delivery charge for goods delivered on a pallet is £60*

    Standard delivery charge for smaller items £20*

    Certain postcodes will incur additional charges. AB*, DD*, IV*, KW*, PA*, PH* will be charged at £110**. UK islands, including the following postcodes, will be charged £130*. PO30*, PO31*, PO32*, PO33*, PO34*, PO35*, PO36, PO37*, PO38*, PO39*, PO40*, PO41*, IM*, BT*, JE*, GY*

    If you have particular delivery requirements, please let us know at the point of order. It is possible to leave delivery instructions when you place an online order.

    Special Deliveries

    We can arrange to have orders delivered on Saturdays. A surcharge would be applied of an additional £50.

    Please call 01423 339163 if you require any of these additional services.

    How long will delivery take?

    We aim to despatch orders within 2-3 days of placing your order.

    If you order online, you will receive a confirmation email that we have received your order and it has been processed. We will then contact you once the order is just about ready to be dispatched to confirm a suitable delivery date. If you would like to discuss delivery times with us, please call 01423 339163. We recommend contacting us if you require the goods to be delivered on a specific date before placing your order.

    If you place an order over the weekend or on a Bank Holiday, this will be confirmed as an order on the first working day after the weekend or Bank Holiday.

    If you need goods in a hurry, give us a call. We carry most items in stock, which can be delivered quickly if required. Call 01423 339163.

    How will my order be delivered?

    The majority of orders we despatch are sent on pallets. We use a network of pallet distribution companies across the UK. All our pallet deliveries are kerbside deliveries. This means the pallet will be delivered as near to the delivery address as possible. Pallets are unloaded from the vehicles with a pallet truck. If it is possible the pallets can be dropped on driveways if they are accessible with the pallet truck.

    Pallet deliveries are typically made on 7.5-tonne vehicles that are similar in size to bin lorries. Occasionally larger vehicles are used. If you know of any reason why it might be difficult to deliver to your address with this type of vehicle, please let us know so we can pass the information on to the delivery company. Typical delivery problems can include parking restrictions, access issues for certain size vehicles, low bridges and overhanging trees. Call 01423 339163 if you are unsure.

    Unfortunately, the delivery drivers will not bring the goods into your property or unload the individual items from the pallets.

    Many of our heavy items require two people to carry them safely.

    All orders sent on pallets are wrapped and secured to the pallet to protect them while in transit. Once you have received your order, we would recommend storing the materials inside. If you plan on leaving your goods outside, you should use additional coverage to protect them from adverse weather conditions.

    Damaged or missing items

    If items are damaged or missing when your order arrives, you should sign damaged or missing items on the driver’s paperwork. Call 01423339163 to let us know of the issue to allow us to rectify the problem quickly.

    We might ask for a picture of the damage to speed up the process of arranging a suitable solution.

    To enable us to resolve any issues with your delivery, it is essential that you sign for your delivery when it arrives.


    Can I return items from my order? Yes, you can return unused items from your order that are in a salable condition. We can arrange to collect unused materials and bring them back to us. We would refund the cost of the items returned back to us, less the shipping cost incurred by the company collecting the items. The cost to return the goods would be confirmed at the point of arranging the return. The refund would be paid once the goods have been brought back and have been checked at our warehouse.

    Alternatively, you can arrange to return the materials back to us, and we will issue a refund once they have been received.

    *All prices displayed are exclusive of VAT @ 20%. This will be added at the end of the checkout process before you confirm your order.

    If you require any additional information regarding deliveries, please give us a call 01423 339163. Alternatively get in touch via our contacts page.

    What is a floating floor?

    Answer: A floating floor is a term given to flooring that does not require mechanical fixings to the buildings structure. The Noisedeck range of flooring is interlocking; therefore it doesn’t require fixing to the floor. A floating floor is one of the best ways of soundproofing your floors. This type of flooring will comply with current Building regulations Part ‘e’.

    Do these boards meet Part E for separating floors?

    Answer: The Noisedeck flooring range will ensure you comply with regulations when installed as part of a combination of products. Timber floors will require 100mm of acoustic insulation slabs between the joists, Soundbreaker Bars and a double boarded ceiling to comply with part ‘e’.

    Can I lay the flooring directly on to the floor joists or over the sub floor?

    Answer: You can lay floating floors directly on to joists or over sub floors. If you are going directly on to the floor joists we would recommend either the Noisedeck 32 or Noisedeck 36. If you are laying your floor over the existing sub floor you can use the Noisedeck 27.

    Can I fit these boards in any room?

    Answer: You can lay floating floors directly on to joists or over sub floors. If you are going directly on to the floor joists we would recommend either the Noisedeck 32 or Noisedeck 36. If you are laying your floor over the existing sub floor you can use the Noisedeck 27.

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