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How to Reduce Noise Using Underlay

    Sound can travel through liquids, solids or gases making it one of the biggest nuisances for every home. Underlay can reduce acoustic noises, underlay reduces sound from travelling from one place to another. Underlay also dramatically improves sound and heat insulation, underlay can help cut your energy bills helping reduce costs and provide comfort to your home, it’s the best investment you can make long term for your home.   How Can Underlay Reduce Sound and Loud Noises? There are lots of different materials that can be used for sound reduction, all with their own list of benefits. Some materials that are effective are foam and sponge, used as underlay they can reduce sound waves, you can purchase foam and sponge underlay from us at . These materials will protect your flooring above and do a great job at sound reduction.   What is Impact Noise Reduction? Impact noise is sound when two surfaces collide, and it is exactly what underlay is designed fo
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  One of the more common complaints about houses with poor build quality is noise transfer, both from outside sources but in particular between the rooms in the house itself. Poor acoustics is something that could, and should, be considered at the design stage of a project. Sound transmission between homes, is a major problem in the UK which requires serious consideration from both architects and builders. Noise nuisance can be a serious cause of stress, and if not remedied it can affect our health and wellbeing as well as influencing everyday life.   What Does Soundproofing Do? To soundproof a home means to lower the intrusion of external noise, while also insulating it so noise cannot escape the space. In many cases acoustic insulation is used to prevent any noise from outside interfering with the residents within. This could be anything from voices, nearby building works or high levels of traffic noise. It also ensures neighbours and outside parties are not disturbed by the

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