SoundProofing Roofs and Floors

Soundproofing Roofs

When it comes to soundproofing, soundproofing roofs is the most common as many homeowners have noisy neighbours. Sound Proofing is a very complex application, and the three main applications are Soundproofing between walls and soundproofing between floors, and finally, soundproofing the roof. In these applications, it is usually the roof space that needs to be insulated with soundproofing insulation. The fact is most noise pollution will come through the roof, so that should normally be the first step. We stock many different acoustic products for most applications. SoundProofing Roofs In the application of Soundproofing roofs, we generally insulate with two layers of Aerolite Think Pink. This product is well known for its acoustic values. A single layer of 135mm Aerolite has an NRC of 1.2. Therefore installing two layers will reduce a huge part of the external noise by up to 90%. Having said that, if you are playing loud

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Think Pink Aerolite Insulation

Aerolite Insulation

Aerolite Insulation Did you know Aerolite Insulation is all about saving energy and giving you a more comfortable home? The fact is that insulated dwellings are far more comfortable with a more controlled temperature environment in the house because of the ceiling insulation. 10 Reasons To Install Aerolite Insulation Cool in Summer with Aerolite Warm in Winter Save energy as Aerolite reduces the need for heating and cooling Best Acoustic properties with an NRC 1.1 when the135mm Aerolite insulation is installed. Aerolite Insulation has outstanding Thermal properties Aerolite will not burn and has an A/1 fire prevention rating Long lifespan 30 to 50 years Reduced levels of condensation in homes SABS approved Eco-friendly, manufactured from 80% recycled glass bottles and 20% naturally occurring silica sand. Aerolite is an eco-friendly insulation product. In most cases, it will outlast the lifespan of most homes. How Aerolite Insulation Makes Your Home Cooler In

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