Soundproofing Your Home

Living in and around the city has its many perks. Noise pollution is not one of them. By installing specialist products and systems we address the many pain points that keep you up at night and distracted during the day.

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Noise Pollution Pain Points

Walls

Whether airborne or structure-borne noise, walls can contain many weak points.

Roofs

Poorly insulated roofs let noise into your loft conversion and home at large.

Windows

Traditional single and double glazed windows do very little to combat noise pollution.

Doors

Noise finds its way around frames, through gaps and passes flimsy products.

Ventilation

Fresh air is important in any property, but ventilation presents a perfect entry point for noise.

Floors

Trains underfoot, and the rumble of road traffic finds its way filtering up through floors.

Our Soundproofing Services

Consultancy

We’re here to help you understand the soundproofing options available. Talk us through your noise complaint and we can point you towards the right products.

Sales

When we believe our products can help you, we’ll construct a comprehensive breakdown of the systems and solutions that will best tackle your noise complaint.

Installation

Expert installers fit all of our products to ensure that there are no gaps through which noise can penetrate your property. Clean up is complimentary.

To find out more about us or to book a free noise consultation at your property, speak to us today.

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Surface Types

The key to soundproofing any surface is to prevent transmission through the material itself, as well as passing around the surface. When it comes to soundproofing properties, how this is employed varies depending upon the surface type.

Noise reduction insulations, complementary high mass materials and acoustic sealants ensure that the wall is properly protected from noise pollution.

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By fitting resilient bars as well as materials such as acoustic mats, and isolating the floor, rooms are insulated from structure-borne noise and underfoot train movement.

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Lofts best benefit from the installation of mineral wool insulation, acoustic membranes and roof panels, and soundproof skylights.

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When space permits, ceilings are decoupled from the structure to combat the sounds of upstairs neighbours and other structure-borne noise.

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Soundproof windows are, amongst other things, laminated with a layer of polyvinyl butyral (PVB), to reduce the elasticity of the glass and dampen the sound.

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Thick, soundproof doors are designed to sit flush, finished with the finest trim to ensure no noise can creep around the frame.

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Soundproofing Specific Rooms

Rooms have purpose. We make sure that they’re fit for that purpose.

Noise Types Solutions

Tackling noise pollution requires a considered approach and an understanding of the source of the complaint. This is because each source generally fits between certain frequency ranges depending upon your proximity to it.

Aircraft Noise

Solutions to aircraft noise depend on the distance to the flightpath, whether the planes are landing or taking off, the type of aircraft.

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Road Traffic Noise

A sidestreet set with speed bumps differs from the roar of the M25, which is different to the daily traffic of the King’s Road…

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Train Noise

Train noise solutions depend on the type of train, whether it’s coming into a station, stopping or speeding up, is above or below the property…

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Anti-Social Noise

Anti-social noise takes many forms. From the neighbour’s dog barking in the morning, to the thump of a nearby club, or simply pedestrians passing by…

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Talk To The Experts

We are here to help you find the right solution for your property. No sales pitch. Speak to us today to get free, impartial advice.

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