Soundproofer Bedworth Warwickshire (CV12): If you're worried by the amount of noise that is invading your Bedworth property, be it in a bedroom, home office, living room or studio, you need to consider putting in some soundproofing. Conversely you may want to soundproof a room to keep load noises in, for instance in a family room or home cinema, so that others aren't disturbed. Whatever your requirements, soundproofing will give you sanity and peace of mind.
Initially it will help if we get our heads around exactly how sound travels and is transmitted before we can identify ways to reduce any excessive noise intruding into or escaping from your property.
Sound can move in only two ways:
1. By vibration of solid materials and objects.
2. The vibration or air molecules through the air.
As dolphin and whale songs can show, sound also travels long distances through water, however unless you wish to soundproof an aquarium or swimming pool we will just look at the methods of soundproofing structures and rooms.
SOUND TRAVELLING THROUGH THE AIR
If you look around the area or room to be soundproofed and notice gaps around doors, ill fitted windows, heating ducts and even light fittings and electrical sockets, these are all aspects that can cause the transmission of sound. What we hear as sound is in fact air molucules being vibrated and being picked up by our ear drum. No matter the source of the noise; children playing, machinery, passing aircraft, road traffic or music, all sounds are generated and transferred in exactly the same fashion.
Any gaps in a room can be looked at as leaks and will have to be blocked.
SOUND THROUGH OBJECTS AND STRUCTURES
If sound moves through the air by vibration, then it isn't surprising that this vibration can be reflected by, transferred to or absorbed by various solid materials. Sound will cause vibrations in the floors, ceilings and walls of your rooms, and may result in a resonation effect that's transferred outside of the area. Even if a room is encased in a dense material that's somewhat resistant to vibrations, such as a concrete lined cellar, the sound can sometimes be reflected and maybe even amplified to other rooms in the building.
However, how can these sound transmitting effects be stopped from causing a problem? The solution is naturally, soundproofing!
SIMPLE SOUNDPROOFING STEPS
If you've got bare floor surfaces or floorboards, consider laying a few rugs or cover with a carpet to help reduce any sound reflections and vibrations. Such a simple and straightforward solution can help to damp down any noises and spruce up the room to boot. Hanging wall coverings and curtains can also suppress sound vibrations and reflections through windows and walls without the need to bring in a professional team of soundproofers.
Another cost-effective and do-it-yourself solution is to plug any holes around door frames, electrical sockets, windows and light fittings. There are special acoustic sealants available on the market which suppress the sound waves, and don't transmit them to the surrounding materials. There might be a little difference in price when compared with a normal sealant, however the soundproofing capabilities are significantly better and can make an enormous difference to a room's level of soundproofing.
If your room is an empty canvas and you are soundproofing as you renovate or decorate, consider installing another skin of soundboard or plasterboard, (also called drywall, sheet rock or gypsum board). This is an efficient and economical soundproofing material due to its dense nature. It's great for spaces like home cinemas, music studios or home offices which are being built within the home. It is best to hire an experienced contractor near you to fit the plasterboard unless you have experience in its application.
Last but not least you need to inspect all doors in the room you're planning to soundproof. If you have hollow doors installed in your rooms you'll discover they can resonate and vibrate with any sound that they experience. Solid core doors, whilst a little more expensive, can have a sizeable effect on the soundproofing qualities of a room.
PROFESSIONAL SOUNDPROOFING SOLUTIONS BEDWORTH
If the level of sound is extreme in your area, because of heavy traffic on a busy road nearby, or aircraft flying over for instance, then more serious methods to combat the excess noise may need to be investigated. This is an instance when the services of an experienced soundproofing installer will bring the best results.
Be ready to answer the following four questions during an investigation of your specific soundproofing needs:
- What are the dimensions of the room or area that must be soundproofed?
- What is the main point where the noise causes the biggest issues? i.e. Is it coming down from above, through windows, up through the floors or from the walls, or is it a combination of all these things.
- What are the particular sounds that you need to be soundproofed? i.e. Is it sounds from inside your house such as a music room or family room, or outside noises such as traffic noise, neighbours, overflying aircraft, etc.
- What is the space you want to soundproof made from? (i.e. a brick wall, a lined concrete wall or a plasterboarded partition wall).
With answers to these queries a decent soundproofing specialist in Bedworth will provide you with solutions for your circumstances, and just as important, your budget. The areas of your room that are causing the biggest issues may each require different remedies.
PROFESSIONAL SOUNDPROOFING OF WALLS, CEILINGS and FLOORS
To soundproof any sort of room requires 2 key strategies:
- Lessen the effect of sound vibration, amplification and reflection by solid surfaces.
- Improve and update the amount of sound absorption.
A site survey will be necessary to look at the aspects that need to be improved.
A professional soundproofing company will investigate the different ways to add mass and density to the main trouble spots. This extra mass will help to enhance the absorption of noise by the use of acoustic foam or rubber to gain the maximum noise reduction impacts.
Any noticeable voids in the area may require some form of deadening material to be placed between them to reduce sound resonation. If you imagine a drum for instance, you're looking at a sound amplifying void surrounded by a resonating material; basically what you might encounter inside floor and ceiling joists, or wall cavities.
It is best to use mixed layers of different densities to absorb undesired sounds than a solitary layer fabricated from one soundproofing material. This is due to the fact that the various frequencies are absorbed differently by different kinds of materials, therefore a diversity of layers, shapes and densities within your soundproofing panels are necessary for the best results.
Any soundproofing contractor in Bedworth must abide by the the Building Regulations (Part E), if dealing with a residential property. This regulation has the objective of protecting neighbours and other residents in the immediate area from the impacts of sound pollution.
The Institute of Acoustics (IOA) and the Association of Noise Consultants (ANC) are trade associations who offer qualifications and training, and are representative of the very best in companies and contractors who provide soundproofing solutions. Only those Bedworth firms that have been appraised and approved by these associations for quality, professionalism and reliability are permitted to display the logo.
Where is Soundproofing Available?
Soundproofing is available in Bedworth and also nearby in: Marston Jabbett, Ansty, Fillongley, Bermuda, Aldermans Green, Griff, Goodyers End, Exhall, Longford, Black Bank, Weston in Arden, Bulkington, Ryton, Shilton, Wolvey, Bedworth Woodlands, Collycroft, and in these postcodes CV12 0JH, CV12 0DX, CV12 0NR, CV12 0DT, CV12 0GG, CV12 0QD, CV12 0DU, CV12 0LL, CV12 0QB, CV12 0NP. Local Bedworth soundproofing specialists will likely have the postcode CV12 and the dialling code 024. Click on the "quote" banner to get info on soundproofing in your area.
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Soundproofing Around Bedworth
Some Bedworth areas and roads where soundproofing work has recently been done - Columbia Gardens, Dove Close, The Paddocks, Drayton Road, Amberley Avenue, Croft Pool, The Croft, Smith Street, Brewer Road, Blair Drive, Conifer Close, The Tea Garden, All Saints Road, Turner Close, Arbury Avenue, Ashford Drive, Claremont Close, Bedworth Market, Ascot Close, Tamar Road, The Chestnuts, Downing Crescent, Acorn Close, Ashington Road, Alderman Gee Hall, Tulliver Close, Chalfont Close, Shilton Lane, as well as the following local Bedworth postcodes: CV12 0JH, CV12 0DX, CV12 0NR, CV12 0DT, CV12 0GG, CV12 0QD, CV12 0DU, CV12 0LL, CV12 0QB, CV12 0NP.
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