How to Soundproof a kitchen Wall
This guide will explain how to soundproof a kitchen wall. Increase the sound insulation in your own home by reducing the sounds from your kitchen to other rooms in your home. Whether trying to soundproof a party wall with a neighbouring property or a stud wall, these solutions will effectively block sounds from transferring through the walls of your kitchen.
Soundproofing a Kitchen Party Wall
Soundproofing a kitchen wall between you and your neighbour, use one of the following solutions to block sounds through the party wall either into or from a neighbouring property.
For the highest level of noise reduction, soundproof your kitchen walls using the AcoustiClip Direct to Wall Soundproofing System. This type of soundproofing comprises acoustic insulation, AcoustiClips, AcoustiChannel and soundproof panels. Combing these materials is the best method for increasing the sound insulation of your kitchen wall.
If your kitchen has limited space, you should consider using the slimmer direct to wall soundproofing panels. The Noisestop Silent Panel is our highest performing stand-alone solution, ideal for soundproofing rooms without compromising living space.
Soundproof Systems for Brick Party Walls
Direct to Wall Soundproofing Panels
Use one of these soundproof wall panels for the kitchen. Soundproof your room without compromising your living space. This type of solution can either be applied onto party walls to block the sound of neighbour noise or onto stud walls if you need to reduce sounds transferring between rooms.
Soundproof the Internal Stud Walls in your Kitchen
Soundproof a kitchen from other rooms in your home. These solutions will help increase the sound insulation of internal stud walls. The best way to soundproof a stud wall in a kitchen is to increase the wall’s density and create separation. These solutions combine acoustic insulation, soundbreaker bars and soundproofing panels that will help you achieve this.
Wall Soundproofing Accessories
Some wall soundproofing accessories to consider to improve the overall performance of your soundproofed wall. Use acoustic pads behind electrical outlets to reduce noise transfer through those areas. Isolate stud walls with the isolation strips around the perimeter of the framework.