Are your noisy neighbours keeping you up at night? Can you hear all the goings-on in your office block while you’re trying to concentrate and get some work done?
If you need some peace and quiet —for whatever reason— you should consider a wall soundproofing solution.
Acoustic insulation for walls is one of the most effective methods of soundproofing a wall. Doing this will prevent external noise from entering, smother reverberating sound, and isolate acoustics. The result?
You’ll only hear the sounds you want to hear.
Also referred to as “deadening for walls”, wall soundproofing is a suitable solution for many different spaces.
Whether you need to soundproof your house or apartment, building blocks, or office spaces—Soundproofing R Us can help.
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To help make an informed decision as to how soundproofing R Us can best accommodate your soundproofing needs, we apply an abundance of sure-fire methods for combatting external noise. Such wall systems include independent, genie clip and resilient bar systems.
There are a plethora of soundproofing products available that are highly effective at tackling brick/stud sound leakage problems.
Animal noise such as a dog barking, noisy neighbours, relentless phone alerts, or siren alarms, the list is never-ending.
Soundproofing R Us will provide you with a suitable approach to tackle any and all of your sound problems.
Our SRU sound panels and M20 wall panels are suitable solutions for direct fixture onto any brick walls by using a bonding agent such as a spray adhesive or sticking compound.
Need a more robust solution? We can work out magic and build an ‘independent’ wall to better protect against noise transference where you need it.
Below you'll find all the solutions we offer to meet your soundproofing needs.
Whether you're looking to soundproof a residential space (a home or apartment block, for instance) or commercial and business properties (restaurants, offices, etc) Soundproofing R Us has you covered.
The exceptional delivery and skills of our professional staff will fill you with confidence when it comes to soundproofing your space.
If you have any further inquiries or want to hear more, get in touch and contact us on 07930374623 or flick us an email at email@example.com.
There are several soundproofing options to choose from, all suited to different needs and budgets. Discover our top picks to impact noise below!
This soundproof solution promises to reduce both impact and sound energy from travelling between two buildings – a great option for those wishing to keep neighbours happy.
In addition to this, customers can also expect heightened thermal insulation when soundproofing with a Batten Wall System.
Despite comprising a 50mm frame constructed from timber, which is attached to the party wall, along with acoustic plasterboard and resilient bars, only four inches of wall space is used.
This makes it a good option for those who can’t afford to lose any more. It is also in keeping with most building regulations.
If you have a larger area to work with and don’t mind sacrificing a little of your existing wall, this heavy-duty option promises the maximum in sound reduction.
It is easy to install and requires building materials to do so.
This version is a much more sought after option than its predecessor; the standard Independent solution.
The addition of the M20 panel has heightened the mass per square metre by a total of 19kg. This method involves adding new timber studs to the existing area, leaving a slight air gap between the two structures for maximum effect, reinforced by the acoustic plasterboard sound shield and mineral wool.
If you’re looking to notably reduce impact and background noise from travelling further than you’d like, whether in an office or residential building, whilst also improving the thermal insulation, this is the solution for you.
You should expect to use up to 6.5 inches of space when installing the independent system, which involves fitting a new timber frame to the existing structure complete with an air gap between the two structures, which includes a sound shield acoustic plasterboard measuring 12.5mm.
This is one of the easier options to install, yet despite this, it is still highly effective and a great choice for those wishing to upgrade their soundproofing setup.
It’s also a popular option with those who have less room to work with, adding only 2 inches to the existing structure.
Another option for those who have restricted amounts of space to work with – the Resilient Bar System. This involves removing the face of the original wall so that the studwork is exposed beneath. This excellent wall soundproofing method acts as an acoustic sealant.
This solution prevents unwanted sounds from travelling between separate rooms in the home and offers added thermal insulation heightened by acoustic mineral wool. Very little space is sacrificed for this solution.