Noisedeck 36 is an interlocking floating floor product designed to reduce sound transmission through existing applications. Use the Noisedeck 36 direct to joists as part of your separating floor for Building Regulations. It consists of 22mm moisture resistant chipboard bonded to a triple layer acoustic composite. Floating floors are widely used to soundproof new build and conversion projects as well as increasing the sound insulation of floors in music rooms and home cinemas.
Noisedeck 36 combines 22mm moisture resistant chipboard bonded to a layer of 14mm acoustic layer. Acoustic layer consists of two layers of high grade foam either side of a 5mm layer of high density rubber mat.
Noisedeck boards should be installed as a floating floor, they should not be screwed or nailed to joists as this can result in sound transmission through the fixings. Lay over an existing floor or directly to the joists in a brick bond pattern. Before the boards are laid an isolating tape should be stuck around the edge of the room where the flooring will meet the walls. Isolating the floor from the walls will reduce sound transfer along the floor and into the walls, reducing the possibility of flanking noise. The boards have a tongue and groove edge on four sides which will interlock. Ensure each edge has wood glue applied to it before locking them together. Wipe away any excess glue as you go. Once the boards are installed you are now ready to lay your final floor finish. If you are installing this flooring in a new build or conversion you should have the sound test done before the final floor finishes are installed. This could save time and money having to remove them so the floor can be tested.
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