How to build or convert a space into a Home Studio

Posted: Aug 21, 2020

We often get calls and/or enquiries from customers who are wanting to convert their garage or shed into a home studio or build an entire home studio in their garden, therefore we thought we would put together a few key points about taking on such a project…

Understanding our MuteClip® Range in 25 Seconds

Posted: Jul 13, 2020

When it comes to acoustics we understand that not every project is the same and we want to assist our customers by providing them with all the relevant information required to understand which of our noise control solutions are appropriate for their acoustic requirements.

We have produced 25 second summary videos which can help you understand more about our extensive MuteClip® range in a bitesize chunk. Whether you are soundproofing a ceiling or a wall we have a MuteClip® that can reduce the sound transmission through that partition.

5 Tips to Peace and Quiet Whilst Working at Home

Posted: Jun 12, 2020

We know how distracting noise can be when you are trying to concentrate, especially if you have other "homely distractions" right now. We thought it might be helpful to suggest some zero (or low) cost ways to help reduce distracting noise and help you keep focused.


Developments on our Acoustic Cradle, MuteCradle™

Posted: May 30, 2019


It has given us great pleasure to share our new ventures and developments in our soundproofing range with you over the previous five months.

Our recent introductions have been our MuteClip® (patent pending) acoustic clips and our MuteMat® under screeds and over screeds. We have also rebranded our MuteGym™ range, one that offers a broad range for even the most acoustically challenging gymnasiums.


The Adverse Effects of Noise in a Working Environment: Office Soundproofing Solutions for an Effective Team

Posted: Apr 11, 2019

Workspaces are year on year working to provide an overall positive atmosphere for their employees, and much has improved from the 1980s cubicle desk environment where the single image of a watering can pot sitting mounted on a wall, dwarfed by its beige surroundings in the middle distance over a sea of grey cubicle desk dividers towering over. Your manager also shielded away from everybody else in the isolated plasterboard cabin with only a name tag on their door to remind yourself that they exist.

Guidance to Part E Building Regulations and Passing the Sound Test

Posted: Jul 20, 2018

In this post, we will be guiding you on the common mistakes that often cause failures in Sound Testing and how to ensure you have the best chance in passing the sound test. We will also look at sound testing for Airborne and Impact noise and using the correct soundproofing materials for your project. We want to make sure you are receiving the best guidance as possible to help your project through the sound test.


Raising The Bar - MuteBloc™

Posted: May 17, 2018

iKoustic introduces our brand new, long lasting, high durability, customisable and portable - MuteBloc™ to all Gyms, for those in noise sensitive areas that require  Gym Soundproofing, or for better quality internal Gym Acoustics to reduce potential hearing loss through sustained loud noises and personal trainers having to raise their voices causing potential vocal damage over long periods of time.


On The Case - A Working Relationship With iKoustic

Posted: Apr 13, 2018

‘Creating Quieter Spaces Together’ – this is our mission statement at iKoustic, and we aim to provide a one stop solution for any acoustic requirements across Residential, Commercial and Industrial alongside Architects, Acoustic Consultant and Specifiers for large projects.


The Additional Costs of Using Resilient Channel

Posted: Apr 06, 2018

Acoustic Control is an important consideration in both specification and construction of each building to ensure that the impact of airborne noise and impact noise is minimised in transfer between spaces. A common place in which soundproofing is required is in multiple dwellings such as housing conversions and large scale residential builds – where a sound transmission can be most problematic, and the requirement of Part E Building Regulations determines whether a property is suitable for living.