How does SoundScreen work?
Internal walls in most houses are hollow, with thin plasterboard on either side, which doesn’t do a great job of reducing unwanted noise. SoundScreen acoustic insulation fills this empty space with high-density Glasswool, absorbing excess noise between rooms while also restricting temperature transfer, keeping your home more comfortable all year long.
Which rooms should I consider using it for?
Depending on how you use your home, installation advice will vary. For example, if you work from home with children or other people in the house, creating secluded, quiet zones around bedrooms and home offices is a great solution. In addition, if you are a younger family, having an insulated nursery can ensure minimum disturbance for your baby, without blocking sound completely so you can still hear them.
What are fiberglass batts?
Fiberglass batts are a type of insulation made from fibers of glass that are woven together to form a mat or “batt”. They are commonly used in residential and commercial buildings to insulate walls, attics, and crawl spaces.
What are the benefits of using fiberglass batts?
Fiberglass batts are an affordable, easy-to-install insulation option that can help reduce energy costs and improve the comfort of a building. They are also non-combustible and do not absorb moisture, which can help prevent mold growth.
How do I install fiberglass batts?
Fiberglass batts can be installed by cutting them to fit snugly between the framing members of the space to be insulated and then tucking them into place. It is important to wear protective gear and to fill all gaps and voids
with additional insulation to ensure maximum energy efficiency.
Can fiberglass batts be used in walls and attics?
Yes, fiberglass batts are commonly used to insulate walls, attics, and crawl spaces in both residential and commercial buildings.
Are fiberglass batts safe to handle?
Fiberglass batts can cause skin irritation and respiratory issues if inhaled, so it is important to wear protective gear when handling them. It is also recommended to stay away from fiberglass insulation as much as
possible if you have respiratory issues.
Is this product easy to install on my own?
No special skills are required – 1-person job
Is everything provided for installation?
All you need is a measuring tape and a Stanley knife to cut the product
Is this product usually in stock?
Most of the time, sometime there will be a back order. It may take a couple of days to fill the order as many manufacturers are experiencing delays to raw materials. Check with our friendly team.
Is there a maximum amount I can order?
We will contact you to discuss transport options as these items are large and bulky