Choosing acoustic separating floors is a very popular service that can dramatically improve a building. Separating floors are designed to insulate or limit against airborne sounds such as music or television and impact noises such as footsteps. It refers to any noise transferred through the flooring to separate dwellings or offices. Our acoustic separating floors cut the noise transfer off and require very little maintenance if installed correctly.
Noise Cancelling Flooring Built to Last
There are four key steps in making your flooring soundproof. The first step is to make sure the mass of the floor is dense enough to stop sound being transferred. This can be done by adding layers of material using concrete or other dense materials such as wood or steel. Secondly, the structure of the flooring must be complete to eliminate “air-gaps” and non-uniformity. If the structure is tight it leaves less room for sound to travel through.The next step is to ensure the floor is flexible enough for its primary purpose as certain frequencies of sounds can be transmitted due to resonance. Lastly, isolating the flooring structure reduces the transmission of sound which can be done by installing a floating floor incorporating resilient layers including soft or acoustic floor coverings.
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We have helped a range of clients over the years from all walks of life. Our soundproofing work has been used for both domestic and industrial purposes including the leisure, health and chemical industry. We have decades of experience and can offer very competitive prices on any of our services. You can take a look at our back catalogue of projects here or you can contact us any time here. We would love to hear from you and are more than happy to help with any of your enquiries.