Welcome to our Guide To series, here we discuss a variety of topics in acoustics to help guide you through the world of soundproofing, whether you are an architect, a builder, a home owner or if it is your office that needs a better sound – we can help.

 

Architects and Acoustic Consultants

Builders and Contractors

Homes and Businesses

A Guide To Soundproofing A Floor

In this guide, we will give you guidance on how to soundproof a floor. We want to make sure you feel comfortable with the terminology we use, the best course of action to take with intrusive noise issues which can be applicable to all sorts of building types and a navigation around our website which will take you to further reading on particular areas regarding soundproofing - this is highly effective in giving you the knowledge to start your path into soundproofing.

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A Guide To Soundproofing A Wall

In this guide, we will give you guidance on how to soundproof a wall. We want to make sure you feel comfortable with the terminology we use, the best course of action to take with intrusive noise issues which can be applicable to all sorts of building types and a navigation around our website which will take you to further reading on particular areas regarding soundproofing - this is highly effective in giving you the knowledge to start your path into soundproofing.

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A Guide To Soundproofing A Ceiling

In this guide, we will give you guidance on how to soundproof a ceiling. We want to make sure you feel comfortable with the terminology we use, the best course of action to take with intrusive noise issues which can be applicable to all sorts of building types and a navigation around our website which will take you to further reading on particular areas regarding soundproofing - this is highly effective in giving you the knowledge to start your path into soundproofing.

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A Guide To Sound

In our Guide to Sound, we will look at the basic characteristics of sound, how it works, how sound can affect you and some alarming discoveries and also how sound may benefit you with possible musical therapy and it's use in the medical environment. There is a lot of ground to cover in sound and we will update this with any defining literature we discover.

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A Guide To Flanking Transmission

Another term you will regularly come across is Flanking (Sound, Transmission, Path) and what this focuses on is the sound coming through another path. Any surface that is connected also has a potential to carry out.

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A Guide To Reverberation And Better Sound

Reverberation is a form of sound energy that ‘bounces’ around a space and is measured by the duration of time it takes for that sound to decay. Two examples most of us will be familiar with is a swimming pool or a sports hall, where you can hear a voice or any other sound much longer after it has been conducted – these spaces are often very reverberant.

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A Guide To Understanding Acoustic Test Results

In this guide, we will explain in detail the way Acoustic Test results are displayed, what they mean and our guidance for common errors in construction leading to causes of failures in Sound Testing. Acoustic Test Results are a good indication for potential improvements you could expect but are not a solid confirmation of what you will achieve.

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