An acoustic underlay beneath your laminate flooring will reduce the noise within your home and greatly enhance your living comfort.
Acoustic wood floor underlay is designed to significantly reduce the potential for noise nuisance houses and flats and rooms for residential purpose & commercial purposes. It is generally a 3ply laminate of 7.5 kilo foil faced mass layer, a 6mm closed cell, cross linked PE foam and a 5 kilo barrier. The laminated construction of the acoustic underlay provides mass and also structural separation in the overall floor construction and thereby helping reduce both airborne and impact noise.
Acoustic flooring reduces airborne noise nuisance which can be caused by things like speech, music, the television and similar appliances and also impact noise nuisance from footsteps, chairs and other furniture being moved across the finished floor surface.
Acoustic Wood Floor Underlay is ideal for both new build or renovation projects and is suitable for both domestic and commercial applications and timber and concrete floor constructions.
Underlay can also be an integral component in ensuring that the floor and ceiling construction complies with the UK Building Regulations Approved Document E (2003)..
Acoustic flooring combines sound insulation with a durable resilient underlay that delivers a luxurious feel underfoot.
Although, the main purpose of wood floor underlay is to protect your flooring, however, what if you could bring some peace and calmness to your house other than protecting your carpet? Well our soundproof and acoustic insulation products like Acoustimat, offer customers an affordable floor sound insulation solution to combat the common problems of noisy neighbors or domestic noise pollution.
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Underlays can be used in both solid and engineered floors. It can also be installed with laminate and ceramic tile floors.
Generally, most underlays range between 2mm and 4mm in thickness depending on the material, the quality of the products, the number of layers you install, etc.
Besides reducing noises from travelling through your footboards and floors, acoustic flooring also adds comfort to each step, curbs water from seeping into the floorboards, keeps decay at bay, reduces dust flow and improves insulation properties in your home.
Underlays can be made from polyester matting, recycled rubber, foam, PU and other composites.