How to Soundproof Your Walls
How to Soundproof Your Walls
How to Soundproof Your Walls

Acoustic Wall Soundproofing Systems


Even in new build houses and flats, that are built using the correct materials and methods, loud noise produced by music and shouting etc will often still be heard and can be particularly worse in the evening when normal daytime background noises have stopped and the ambient background noise is therefore much less.

These solutions are designed to reduce airborne noise through walls subject to any flanking noise issues that may be present. Flanking noise is where sound by-passes the treated wall and travels perhaps up and over, underneath or around the sides. Impact noises such as the operation of light switches can be dulled by treating a wall but heavy impacts such as door slamming and thudding on staircases is unlikely to be reduced significantly.

If you are suffering from noise problems travelling through a wall we offer three basic solutions. Click on the images to see more detail as well as enhancement options:-

acoustic wall soundproofing systems CAD20 ACOUSTIC WALL PANEL SYSTEM
A 20mm thick, acoustic density, recycled rubber panel is glue fixed to an existing rendered brick wall.
2 layers of acoustic plasterboard are then glued ontop of the acoustic panel.
The perimeter isolation is acoustically sealed.
acoustic wall soundproofing systems RESILIENT BAR WALL ISOLATION SYSTEMS
Timber furring battens are fixed to the wall to create a void for acoustic mineral wool insulation.
Flexible acoustic resilient bars are fixed onto the battens.
2 layers of acoustic plasterboard is fixed to the resilient bars.
The perimeter isolation is acoustically sealed.
acoustic wall soundproofing systems INDEPENDENT WALL ACOUSTIC SYSTEMS
An independent metal or timber frame is built in-front of the existing wall.
2 layers of 12.5mm acoustic plasterboard are then fixed onto the independent frame.
The perimeter isolation is acoustically sealed.

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