Acoustic Systems

At All Construction UK, we understand that selecting the right acoustic flooring system for your commercial building is critical to ensuring the comfort and well-being of those who use it.

Experience and Expertise

Our team of experts works closely with you to identify the unique needs of your project and select the appropriate system to reduce noise and meet the requirements of Part E of the Building Regulations.

With our knowledge and expertise, we provide you with the highest quality of service and installation. Our acoustic flooring systems are designed to reduce impact sound and airborne noise, improving the overall acoustic performance of your building.

Acoustic Flooring Systems

Sound treatment is an essential consideration in many buildings to reduce noise disturbance and enhance the quality of sound. Whether you are building a school, an office, or a residential complex, selecting the right acoustic flooring materials is crucial to effective sound treatment.

At All Construction UK, we understand the importance of sound reduction in various applications. That is why we offer a range of acoustic flooring solutions that can be tailored to meet the specific requirements of different sectors. Our solutions are designed to reduce both airborne and impact noise in many applications, providing you with the peace and quiet you need.

Understanding Acoustic Flooring: Frequently Asked Questions

What is Acoustic Flooring, and where is it commonly used?

Acoustic Flooring is a flooring system designed to reduce the transmission of sound through a separating floor. It is usually specified within apartments and hotels but can also be utilized in houses.

How do you determine which Acoustic Flooring system is right for my commercial building?

The system proposed will depend on various factors such as the use of the building, subfloor construction, ceiling treatment below, and the type of noise that needs to be reduced. An acoustic consultant should be contacted to ensure that the correct system is used.

What factors need to be considered when reducing noise through floors?

When trying to reduce noise through floors, factors such as the use of the building, the construction of the subfloor, the ceiling treatment below, and the type of noise that needs to be reduced must be considered.

What type of insulation is commonly used between separating floors, and what performance requirements should be referred to?

Mineral wool is often used as insulation between separating floors. Part E of the Building Regulations should be referred to for performance requirements as this covers the passage of sound between walls and floors.

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