“It was a logical next step for us at the time, in 2004. That year the Building Regulations were amended to include Robust Detail build ups and pre completion sound tests as the means of satisfying the acoustic requirements of Approved Document Part E. In effect these regulations were giving birth to a whole new business involved with overcoming passage of sound issues in houses, flats and other buildings” says John Wilkins.

“We were already in the floor screeding business and soon started to get requests from our screeding customers to carry out the next stage of the build process, namely laying acoustic timber flooring. Due to its continued growth over the past eight years, we have now independently registered the company as JCW Acoustic Flooring with its own VAT number.” adds John.

With legislation continuing to drive this market sector, choosing an experienced acoustic flooring installation specialist is vital in the successful fitting of acoustic timber floors.

That’s because the most common factors in acoustic test failures arise directly from poor quality of works to the installation of acoustic products on site, for example failure to seal or isolate against sound flanking and various other common, yet easily avoidable mistakes.

All our operatives are fully trained to British Standards and hold CSCS cards (Construction Skills Certification Scheme).
Backed up by an experienced technical planning and project management team, JCW Acoustic Flooring provides clients a nationwide service from original quotation through to professional on site completion.

Additionally our highly skilled team will be delighted to offer customers the benefit of technical advice and input based on our extensive experience of successful acoustic flooring installations.

No job is too big or small, with a massive amount of experience gained on projects ranging between 300m2 and 20,000m2.