Our soundproofing guide will explain the main areas of soundproofing a room. Soundproofing, stopping the passage of sound from the sound source, where the noise is generated, too the receiver, the person hearing the sound. Use the how to soundproof guides to show you how to sound proof rooms in your home or building. The soundproofing guides offer information on soundproofing walls, soundproofing floors and soundproofing ceilings. You can use these solutions in homes and businesses to stop unwanted noise and increase levels of sound insulation in order to restore peace and quiet.
If you already know the soundproofing materials you need then take a look at our product pages for walls, floors and ceilings. Use the soundproofing shop to see all our full range of acoustic and soundproof products in one place. If you are looking for sound absorption rather than soundproofing take a look at our sound absorbing products.
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Impact sound is the noise generated when something strikes an object, footfall or furniture being moved across the floor are examples of impact noise. Airborne sound is the type of noise generated from conversation and TV noise
Soundproofing is achieved by following three steps, increase the density of the area you want to soundproof, sound is reduced when it has to transfer through dense material. Acoustic absorption with in a structure will absorb sound waves as they try to pass through a wall or floor. Create separation with in a buildings structure to reduce sound transferring via vibration.
Noisestop Systems have developed a range of wall soundproofing panels that will sound proof walls without compromising living space. Find out more information about thin soundproof panels and how they can help you.
Soundproof underlays are designed to block impact noise between floors. An acoustic underlay will reduce airborne sound through wooden floors. We provide soundproofing underlays for floors with a carpet finish, Noisestop F7 is ideal below a carpet. For a wooden, laminate or tiled floor we would recommend the Nosiestop F7+, this product reduces higher levels of impact sound. hard floor finishes will generate more impact sound.
If you are restricted by head height, but want to soundproof your ceilings you have a couple of options. you can overboard an existing ceiling with a sound proof ceiling panel. Our Noisestop Acoustic Panel is our best performing ceiling panel if you are using it as a stand alone soundproofing solution. Combining soundproof products will always give a better level of soundproofing. Remove the existing ceiling, use acoustic insulation between the joists, Soundbreaker bars and a soundproof panel for better levels of soundproofing between floors.
Soundproofing Guides – How to Soundproof
How to soundproof guides, for walls, floors and ceilings. Find out how to sound insulate a room to stop unwanted noise between rooms. Which solution best suit your requirements. Whether it’s soundproof panels for walls to block sound from noisy neighbours. Acoustic underlays for carpet or wooden floors to stop impact and airborne noise, or ceiling soundproofing solutions. These how to soundproof guides will help you decide. If you require a little more help give us a call 01423 339163.