As the UK’s leading installer of acoustic flooring, JCW Acoustic Flooring can provide you with all that you can possibly need to reduce the transmission of sound between floors.
Whether you’re constructing a new block of apartments or converting an existing building, it’s highly likely that you will require some form of acoustic floor treatment in order to comply with Part E of Building Regs. JCW Acoustic Flooring can supply and install a wide variety of systems which means that whether you are considering Timber Frame, Steel Frame or a Concrete construction, we can help!
JCW Acoustic Flooring will ensure that your floating flooring floor is installed correctly and on time to provide you with the peace of mind that you need.
Not only is timber acoustic flooring sustainable it also ensures that Part E of Building Regulations are met and comfortable living conditions are created.
Soundproofing between floors in apartments prevents unwanted noise travelling through floors. The purpose of soundproof flooring is to minimise both airborne and impact sounds generated, providing a comfortable environment for all residents.
Any noise generated by TV’s, music and conversations can be referred to as airborne sound.
Impact sound is often transferred through the structure of the building if an acoustic floor is not utilised. Dropping an item on the floor, footfall and moving furniture are all examples of impact sounds that can be prevented by using acoustic flooring within apartments.
Soundproof Apartment Floor
Acoustic flooring in apartments is a common form of soundproofing, which reduces impact and airborne noises. JCW Acoustic flooring can supply and install acoustic flooring over concrete and timber subfloors in the form of Acoustic Battens, Acoustic Decking, Acoustic Cradle Systems and Collecta Screedboard 20 & 28.