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Soundproofing interiors and floor sound insulation materials

By Kevin G on February 10, 2014

Resonance and echoes are caused by indirect sound waves like reflections and soundproofing helps to suppress reverberation.

Walls, ceilings, doors and floors can be sound proofed and soundproofing underlay along with acoustic mats will reduce sound pressure.

Noise mitigation, noise control and acoustic quieting are all ways of limiting unwanted noise.

Acoustic floating floor options are available for timber floors. Also, there are high performance overlay flooring systems that can be used on existing and new concrete or timber floors.

With regards to sound proof domestic flooring materials and methods to keep out the problem of noise there are acoustic flooring solutions such as underlay that can attenuate both airborne and impact noise. Underlay is a thin cushioning layer that is laid under carpet to achieve insulation against heat, moisture and sound. Some of the materials used to make underlay include cork, felt, sponge or crumb rubber.

The underlay of linoleum vinyl flooring is normally a thin layer of plywood providing a smooth platform for sheet vinyl and noise dampening properties may be found in some types of laminated wood flooring. Also, carpet underlay reduces sound between floors, provides thermal and sound insulation, foot comfort and reduces carpet wear and tear.

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