Archive for May, 2011
When you live in an apartment above the ground floor you will be conscious of disturbing your neighbours. Walking up and down your current floorboards may result in creaking and this can be very annoying for those living underneath you. In order to stay on the right side of your neighbours you should look to soundproof your floor as it is the quickest and easiest way of guaranteeing a reduced risk of disruption.
Acoustic flooring can be applied to the floor of your apartment and will help lessen the impact of noise created when you walk over it. Soundproofing measures such as this are easy to apply and they apply a brilliant finish as the flooring design is not compromised in favour of better
Thousands of Brits are set to take to the skies in the coming months as they look to go on their annual summer holiday. More flights will be put on at airports across the country in order to cope with demand and with this will come an increase in noise pollution. We all know how noisy planes can be and if you happen to live nearby a local airport, you could be in for a painful few months.
But not if you soundproof with Acoustic Supplies! We have soundproofing solutions for just about any location and any particular section within the home. Noise insulation can be achieved with just about every single product we offer so that you can worry less about…
You would be surprised at just how responsible your traditional timber doors are for the amount of external noise that leaks into your home. As old doors age they tend to weaken and you will find that tiny gaps start to appear around the perimeter of the frame. Even a small leaking of noise through a front or back door can cause major disruption to your home life. When you start to experience this you should replace your doors immediately.
Soundproof doors are a much more logical choice as they come with frame specifically designed to eliminate as much unwanted noise as possible. A soundproof door can also offer noise insulation in a range of different locations other than the home. Musicians…
Noise is a very subjective subject. What may sound quiet to you may be extremely annoying to others and you need to take those people into consideration when e.g. playing music in the home, as the last thing you want is to fall out with your neighbours. You also need to be aware that even the faintest of noises at night can be disrupting. Whatever the sound problem is, you can reduce noise nuisance with Acoustic Supplies.
Before going into the subject of noise more in depth, below is a guide of how noise levels are measured:
0dB Barely audible
30dB Quiet conversation
55dB Female speech
59dB Male speech
80dB Inside a sports car
90dB Road drill at 3 metres
100dB Noisy factory
140dB Threshold of pain
Once decibel levels reach over 59…
There are many different forms of pollution and each of them can be extremely damaging to the planet as a whole. Certain types of pollution are very difficult to get rid of, but noise pollution can be brought to a complete halt with relevant action. The vast majority of noise is annoying, but there are sounds that some find essential e.g. Grand Prix race. However, this is pretty much a one-off and you will usually want to solve the problem of noise before it starts to affect you emotionally and physically.
Soundproofing aims to cut the amount of noise you can hear and reduce the decibel levels that can pass from one room to another. Only on the very rare occasion will you find that…
Noise can be a real nuisance at times. When you get home from work after a long day the last thing you want is to be disturbed in the home, but sometimes there is nothing you can to stop it. But, that is the thing; there is something you can do to stop it when you shop at Acoustic Supplies. We have all the solutions you need to bring an air of calmness and tranquillity to your place of residence throughout the day.
Instead of resorting to measures such as putting cotton wool in the ears, you should look to fit a range of soundproofing products around your home. Soundproofing a room will not just benefit your hearing, but…