Sound insulation wall
What you need for the sound insulation wall depends on the sound problem.
Airborne sound: Voice sound, Television sound
Impact sound: Vibrations and thumping of construction by e.g. footsteps, closing doors, a vibrating washing machine.
Tips for improving the sound insulation wall:
– Sealing sound leaks: Seams, air ducts, ventilation and gaps around partition walls. Avoid gaps around intermediate door and window frames.
– You can reduce airborne and impact noise by using a sound-insulating front wall. This may not make contact with the ceiling, floor and structural wall. A so-called mass-spring principle.
– Damping sound at the source with sound absorption. Such as acoustic panels or plates. Think for example also of a rug to reduce contact sound with the floor.
- Specialized in acoustics and noise control
- Delivery within the EU