Soundproofing

Soundproofing a hardwood floor

Soundproofing a hardwood floor: every type of floor has its own unique soundproofing need, therefore there are several possible solutions and products to consider. Here are some products that we use to accomplish this.

It is recommended to keep a clear distinction between soundproofing and impact sound reduction. Soundproofing involves extensive work and specialized materials to block the airborne noise being transmitted through the floor like the sound from a TV or from just talking. This type of work is mainly associated with building stages.

Actually, most of the time, the impact sound reduction is required so to minimize the footfall sound or noise from dropping hard objects. This approach is often more accessible.

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SoundLay Acoustic overlay material: offer a high performance floor noise barrier and reducing both impact and airborne sound. Sound reducer class 0 foam provides a uniform density throughout the entire product. The...
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Karma Acoustic Joist Hood Insulation: is suitable for use in the refurbishment of timber joist floors within masonry constructions and also useful in "Room in a Roof" applications. Consists of a 12mm profiled...
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Karmaplus Acoustic Perimeter Strip: Karma Acoustic Perimeter Strip consists of 100% recyclable non-crosslinked polyethylene foam. The product is designed to prevent any flanking transmission and maintain the acoustic...
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Acoustilay sound insulation is the perfect product for sound insulating floors in domestic situations and can be used above most lath and plaster and resiliently fixed, double plasterboard ceilings to bring the...
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