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Hearing your neighbour's noise through your walls? Mad at the builder for not building soundproof walls? Sorry but it's probably not the builders fault at all. If you're going to solve your noise problems coming through the walls, you'll need to understand the problem in detail.
Ideally, when trying to reduce sound it is very advantageous to apply the soundproofing materials on the noise-producing side of the wall. However, if your neighbor is the noisy one, this would mean applying the soundproofing to his side, and generally noisy neighbors have no interest in helping. So you'll have to treat your side.
One very important thing to keep in mind is the noise from your neighbor isn't only pouring through your wall. Some amount of sound is flanking around that wall and also entering through the floor and ceiling.
These noise problems can be a concern in residential , commercial & industrial properties. To name a few , places like Commercial buildings , offices , factories and various enterprises are amongst some of the places that require soundproofing solutions . Most of the times offices & cubicles are built with wood or gypsum board material which are unable to block the desired amount of noise travel due to their low density & acoustical properties. These existing or new partitions require a high density noise barrier to increase their STC ratings so that sound transmission can be minimized.
Hence we are offering a unique product called “ Sound Block “ Isolation base panels which can be used in the making of new partitions or applied to existing partitions to make them soundproof . They are 30/ 600/ 600 mm heavy mineral compound filled , high density , barium free panels backed with a visco elastic acoustical material and unlike other isolation products this material does extraordinarily well in not only blocking direct sound, but a unique characteristic that sets it far apart from other sound barriers when dealing with very low frequencies, i.e. railroad/truck road noise and AC/heatpumps.
We highly recommend “Sound Block “ Isolation Panels for Walls , Ceiling & partitions to increase STC level and block noise upto 50 dB(A) with single & upto 80dB ( A) with double panels when mounted on a framework with a suitable acoustic material in the cavity of framework . Our unique “ SoundBlock “ Isolation base Panel will no doubt be part of our recommendation for all sound Isolation requirements.