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With an increasing urban population, every day activities can become problematic or disrupted as we move to properties of multiple occupancy. It is important early on in the design process to make sure independent walls are factored in as this minimises failure in acoustic performance at the testing phase, the potential of flanking transmission through neglecting specific areas of focus as well as potential costly remedial works if the incorrect product or system is installed, all of which are important for passing Part E Building Regulations. All materials are suited for installation as a retrofit to improve already existing properties.
We have a range of high performing and reliable wall soundproofing materials that stem from our MuteRange which when assembled together, can help to drastically improve airborne reduction especially where low frequency and excessive noise issues are an issue, or where optimal soundproofing is required in certain circumstances such as a recording studio or cinema room it is best to first create a fully independent stud wall and include our MuteClip® and MuteClip® Channel to further decouple the structure as part of one of our effective MuteClip® Wall Systems. Our core products appear in our MuteRange - you can find out more by clicking the icon below.
iKoustic can help guide you through soundproofing a wall by clicking on our logo below for A Guide to Soundproofing a Wall or by contacting us today on 01937 588 226.
Part E Building Regulations in both Residential and Commercial
Rehearsal spaces and recording studios
Domestic requirements for higher levels of soundproofing