Soundproofing of an existing floor in flats

Whether you simply wish to improve the soundproofing of an existing floor in flats without major disruption, upgrade an existing separating floor or bring an existing floor into compliance with Part E of the Building Regulations for the control of noise through floors, you should have a look at our new web page on the subject.  There is also a very impressive video on there that shows the effectiveness of our QuietFloor Plus replacement acoustic underlay for carpets.  It is difficult to show the performance with carpet so the video is of the product inside a box and over a device issuing white noise which is the usual noise used in testing new soundproofing products.  The new web page though is really designed for construction companies to view because it briefly outlines what is required to bring a separating floor into Part E compliance as the result of a change of use or new build.  But we can supply soundproofing materials for a wide variety of noise problems and can offer several solutions for soundproofing a floor, soundproofing a wall, soundproofing a ceiling as well as soundproofing noisy pumps, machinery and vehicles including cars, vans and commercial vehicles along with plant machinery.  So if you have a noise problem, regardless of what it is, contact us on 01993704981 or go to our web site


About Sound Service (Oxford) Ltd

UK Stockists and suppliers of a wide range of soundproofing and acoustic insulation materials for blocking and absorbing noise. We have been specialists in soundproofing and sound absorption since 1969 so one of the longest established businesses in the noise control industry.
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