As a contractor, chances are you’ll be tasked to provide office or living space that complies with current building regulations. This usually requires an acoustic floor and JCW Acoustic Flooring can help. Acoustic Flooring is designed to reduce airborne and impact sound between adjacent dwellings. Acoustic flooring will primarily reduce impact sound, like footfall. It can also aid the reduction of airborne sound, such as TV’s radios and voices. At

Wondering if your next project could benefit from Cellecta Screedboard? Here at  JCW Acoustic Flooring we supply and fit this award-winning acoustic flooring – and guarantee you won’t be disappointed with its performance. When installed correctly by professional fitters, such as our team here a JCW, Cellecta Screedboard 28 is designed to effectively reduce noise. It minimises sound transmission through floors – this is particularly beneficial for hotels, apartments and

A sound night’s sleep is at the heart of what Travelodge offers, and it’s all built on acoustic flooring installed by JCW. For any hotel chain, the minimisation of noise isn’t just essential to the wellbeing of guests; it’s also essential to complying with Part E of Building Regulations (Resistance to the passage of sound). That’s why JCW spent October and November of 2018 at Travelodge’s new Swindon hotel, creating

Here at JCW Acoustic Flooring, we supply and install a wide range of products that are specifically designed to ensure that your project meets or exceeds building regulations. One of the products that supply and install is the Cellecta Screedboard 28. What is screedboard? Screedboard is a single acoustic layer treatment which is designed for soundproofing. The high-density board is made from recycled calcium sulphate sheets which offer an excellent

Acoustics are important for students and teachers alike. To create a suitable environment for students to learn and staff to teach, the acoustics need to be right. Unsurprisingly, children concentrate better in quieter environments where there are fewer distractions and disturbances. Studies have even shown that students behave better when they are taught in classrooms that have acoustic flooring. In order to be heard over the noise of moving chairs