Acoustic Flooring

Noise transfer through floors is a common issue in residential, commercial and industrial buildings. The noise can manifest itself as airborne noise, such as TV, Music, and speech or impact noise, such as footsteps and dropped items.

By limiting the passage of sound through concrete or wooden floors, acoustic insulation reduces the impact of loud neighbours or those living or working above you.

There are a range of products which will help to upgrade traditional floor constructions to reduce neighbour noise, adhering to Part E Building Regulations, including pedestals, cradles, battens and matting.

Acoustic Flooring to Dance studios, constructed at the New Performing Arts Centre, University of Surrey

Acoustic Flooring constructed at Kingston Mills Development, Bradford-on-Avon.