Understanding sound dynamics in ceilings and common challenges faced:
Ceilings are often located directly beneath floors, which gives rise to significant issues related to impact transfer. In this scenario, the floor voids act as resonance chambers, amplifying the noise and making it appear louder in the room below. This is a common problem experienced by many individuals.
What soundproofing options are available?
We offer a range of solutions to address both airborne and impact noises. These options include:
Resilient clip system: This system utilizes resilient clips to decouple the ceiling from the structure above, effectively reducing both airborne and impact noises.
Resilient bar system: With the resilient bar system, specially designed bars are employed to create a resilient and isolated ceiling structure, effectively diminishing the transmission of airborne and impact noises.
Independent resilient bar system: This system features independent resilient bars that are strategically installed to create a highly effective soundproof barrier, minimizing the transmission of both airborne and impact noises.
Our knowledgeable team can guide you in selecting the most suitable option based on your specific requirements and circumstances.