From noisy neighbours to busy roads, external noise sources make life tough. Whether you’re trying to relax at home or get some work done at the office, soundproofing your walls can provide the peace and quiet you need to get on with your life.
Our range of wall soundproofing solutions are also great for internal noise sources such as home theatre rooms and kids’ playrooms. Wherever the noise is coming from, we help you quickly and easily find what you need to reduce it.
Constant noise from equipment such as air conditioning units and generators can drastically affect your quality of life. Stringent council noise regulations can even stop you operating your machinery outside of specific times or even altogether.
But machinery noise is not something that you have to live with. By erecting simple barriers or enclosures using our quality materials, you can reduce these irritating sources to sub-audible levels, keeping you, and those around you, happy.
Outdoor air conditioning condenser units are a common source of noise that frequently attract complaints from neighbours.
Industrial installations and building sites using generators are another common source of noise pollution.
Especially when running on off-peak tariffs overnight, the noise from pool pumps can carry long distances and lead to complaints if not properly minimised.
Poorly soundproofed ceilings can be the bane of multistory properties. Whether it’s simple footsteps or commercial shop noise, the echo from above cascades to the lower level. That’s where we come in. With the right materials, you can minimise the noise from above and reduce echoes throughout your space. You can find everything you need to do it yourself here at Soundproof Warehouse.
Do you want it all? While you might not be Freddie Mercury, you may want to raise the mercury (or reduce it) all the while getting some relief from undue noise in your environment.
The purpose of this article is to show you some effective noise pollution control technologies — to benefit both you and all of our animal friends.
If you’re needing help with noisy neighbours or are wanting to avoid unwanted sounds in your home environment, you might consider soundproofing your party walls as a viable solution.
Sound is like water, you can either absorb it or trap it. Knowing the difference between these two methods of soundproofing is crucial to getting the best solution to your sound problems. To understand more about the difference, take a peek at our Soundproofing 101.