You’ve probably heard of the term ‘acoustic flooring’ before but what does it actually mean?

Acoustic flooring is something that is used domestically, commercially and industrially to reduce the transmission of unwanted sounds, allowing you to sustain a comfortable environment.

If you’re searching for flooring options for your next project, JCW Acoustic Flooring, can help you to find a suitable solution.

What is acoustic flooring?

Acoustic flooring is a method for insulating against sound. It’s a type of floor system that provides insulation between levels. Our acoustic flooring can reduce impact and airborne sound within your building.

What is it used for?

Impact noise is the sound generated from things such as a footfall or furniture, whereas airborne noise is the sound of the TV or voices.

Our acoustic flooring systems can reduce the transfer of impact noise, as well as airborne noise, and by installing flooring with high acoustics, you needn’t worry about keeping the volume down!

Which acoustic flooring solutions are available?

There are many different solutions available when it comes to soundproofing your property, so you can rest assured that you’re in capable hands with the team of experts here at JCW Acoustic Flooring.

  1. Acoustic screedboard

The Cellecta Screedboard is installed under the floor to provide a layer of sound insulation. The main purposes of the screedboard is to reduce vibrations and to improve acoustic performance.

  1. Acoustic underlay

An acoustic underlay can be used to keep volumes down. The underlay is installed beneath the floor to reduce impact noise and as an acoustic flooring solution. The underlay is durable and offers underfoot comfort.

  1. Acoustic battens

Here at JCW Acoustic Flooring, we supply and install acoustic battens to save you a great deal of time, effort and money. They offer an ideal solution for soundproofing concrete and timber subfloors as they maintain compressive strength.

  1. Acoustic floating floors

The floating floors for concrete or timber subfloors don’t only hold the floor in place reliably, they also prevent excessive volumes.

  1. Acoustic decking

Another way to reduce the transmission of sound is to invest in acoustic decking. The sound absorption properties of the acoustic deck are excellent – it’s no surprise that our JCW acoustic deck 19 is so popular! The acoustic deck 19 is specifically designed to increase the floor finish to 19mm only.

  1. Acoustic cradles

The versatility of the acoustic cradles makes them suitable for levelling out floors that are uneven. We use the reliable acoustic cradles to isolate the top floor surface to provide you with a long-lasting solution.

Which acoustic flooring should you choose?

If you’re not sure which acoustic flooring you need, our team of experts are always on hand to help. With 10 years of industry experience, we can provide you with any expert advice that you require.

With JCW Acoustic Flooring, we can help you to determine which products are best suited to your project. In addition to this, we aim to provide you with the most relevant products at affordable prices to ensure that you receive the best value for your money.

Call us on 01204 387029 today to discuss your requirements in further detail.