Soundproofing Crook

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Soundproofer Crook County Durham (DL15): If you're concerned about the amount of noise that's invading your Crook property, be it in a home office, bedroom, studio or living room, you might want to contemplate installing or upgrading the soundproofing. Alternatively you might wish to soundproof a room to keep load noises in, for instance in a home cinema or family room, to avoid disturbing others. No matter what soundproofing needs are required, it will be vital for everybody's peace of mind.

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First it will help if we learn precisely how sound moves and can be transmitted before we are able to find ways to eliminate any loud noise getting into or out of your property.

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Basically, sound travels in two ways throughout your room:

1. Through objects by the vibration of the material.

2. Through the air by vibration of air molecules.

Although sound also travels through water, unless you are looking to eliminate noise from a pool or aquarium, we'll just be concerned at how to reduce sound levels in the rooms of a structure.


Significant amounts of sound can be transferred into and out of a room through gaps around doors, ill fitted windows, open air-ducting and even electrical switches and sockets. Any sound vibrates the air molecules and this vibration is what we hear and identify as sound. All sounds are moved through the air in this same way; it does not matter if it's aircraft, heavy machinery, traffic, music playing or children playing that creates the sound.

If you try to visualise your room as a bucket, you are trying to find any leaks which need sealing before you fill it up with liquid.


We know that sound is just the vibration of air being processed by the ear, but that vibration is also transferred to solid objects. Sound can be transmitted around a property from its source through the vibration of walls, ceilings and floors. Even in a room that is built from a solid material that's resistant to sound, such as a concrete lined cellar, the sound can sometimes be reflected and perhaps even amplified to other areas of the structure.

However, how can these sound generating effects be stopped from creating an issue? The solution is not surprisingly, soundproofing!


A bare floor is more resonant than one covered with a carpet or rug. Such a simple and straightforward solution can help to damp down any noises and spruce up the room to boot. Hanging curtains and wall coverings can also suppress sound vibrations and reflections through walls and windows without the need to hire a team of professional soundproofing specialists.

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Look for areas in the room where sound can escape or come in; windows, doors, electrical sockets and light fittings, and seal up the gaps or holes. There are some special acoustic sealants available to buy that suppress the sound waves, and don't transfer them to the surrounding materials. There could be a considerable difference in price when compared to a normal sealant, however the soundproofing abilities are a lot better and will make an enormous difference to a room's soundproofing.

If your room is a blank canvas and you're doing the soundproofing while you decorate or renovate, think about installing a skin of soundboard or plasterboard, (also called sheet rock, drywall or gypsum board). Plasterboard is a dense material which is both effective and economical for soundproofing purposes. It is excellent for areas like home cinemas, music studios or studies that are being built within a property. It is far better to hire a reliable contractor near you to put up the plasterboard unless you are experienced in this task.

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Last but not least you need to check out all doors in the area you're looking to soundproof. If you have hollow doors in your rooms you'll find that they can vibrate and will resonate any sound that they experience. Exchanging hollow core doors for solid core will boost the soundproofing characteristics of a room with only a little more cost.


If you happen to live in a high sound pollution location, such as near an airport or next to busy roads, you'll need to be more ingenius in your endeavours to increase the quality of the soundproofing in your home. The best way to resolve these issues is to get hold of a reliable acoustic and soundproofing company from your local region.

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Be ready to answer the four following questions during an assessment of your soundproofing needs:

  1. What noise or sounds are you seeking to reduce? i.e. External issues such as traffic noise, passing trains, neighbours playing loud music etc, or internal sounds from a home cinema or teenagers bedroom.
  2. How big is the area that needs soundproofing?
  3. What area requires soundproofing? i.e. Is it a concrete lined basement, an attic conversion, a brick walled room or a plasterboard partition room.
  4. Where is most of the sound emanating from? The floors, doors, walls, ceiling or windows.

An established soundproofing contractor in Crook will take into consideration all of these points to provide solutions to your sound issues over a range of budgets. They will provide different strategies to soundproof each of the trouble spots within your home.


Two key components are needed to soundproof any type of room:

  1. Reduce sound the amplification and resonating of sound.
  2. Maximise sound absorption.

This will require a site survey to see what areas require developing from the current state.

Solutions from the survey will include adding some materials with different masses and densities to help boost the soundproofing attributes of the area. The use of acoustic rubbers and foams of varying density and mass will help in absorbing noise and reduce reflections and transmission sources.

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Voids between floor joists might need insulating to eliminate the resonating gap between them. If you visualise these spaces as similar to a drum or wooden cajon then you'll appreciate that by leaving floor or ceiling joist spaces and wall cavities open, you are creating a noise amplifying area.

Mixed layers of materials with different densities and masses work better at absorbing noise than a single layer of one material type. This is due to the fact that different materials react in different ways with varying frequencies and will deliver a better solution to your soundproofing.

All soundproofing installers in Crook must follow the requirements for domestic properties as specified by Part E of the Building Regulations. This set of regulations is a legally binding requirement to protect yourself and neighbours from the effects of noise pollution in a setting where folks work and live.

The Association of Noise Consultants and the Institute of Acoustics are trade bodies who offer qualifications and training, and are representative of the very best in contractors and companies who provide soundproofing services. Only those Crook companies that have been vetted and accredited by these trade associations for reliability, quality and professionalism are allowed to bear the logo.

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Where is it Available?

Soundproofing services are available in Crook and also in nearby places like: Witton-le-Wear, Willington, Helmington Row, Fir Tree, Stanley Crook, Howden-le-Wear, Sunny Brow, High Grange, Sunniside, Billy Row, Oakenshaw, Byers Green, North Bitchburn, Roddymoor, Hew Hunwick, and in these postcodes DL15 9JT, DL15 8LN, DL15 8JY, DL15 9EA, DL15 9DA, DL15 9DU, DL15 8PE, DL15 8NN, DL15 9HP, DL15 9GG. Locally based Crook soundproofing specialists will probably have the dialling code 01388 and the postcode DL15. Checking this out can confirm you are accessing local tradespeople installing soundproofing. Crook property owners will be able to benefit from these and lots of other comparable services.

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It would seem from carrying out some elementary keyword research that a common search on Google is for "soundproofing foam" and for local property owners, "soundproofing foam Crook". That's actually quite interesting, as it indicates that Crook householders are assuming that soundproofing foam products are suitable for fixing their noise pollution issues.

The last thing I wish to do is spoil anyone's day, but if you are thinking that the din from your noisy neighbours in Crook can be reduced with a product like this, you're barking up the wrong tree.

The familiar "egg box" shaped foam, that appears to be the trademark of soundproofing, isn't actually designed for blocking out noise, but is meant for the reduction of echoing and reverberation in music studios and comparable settings, where it can also improve the acoustic performance of a room. This sort of soundproofing foam is not effective in stopping sound from passing through a neighbours wall or preventing noise from moving around your property. As opposed to blocking it, acoustic foam allows sound to pass through it, because it is actually porous.

If however, you are changing some free space into a music studio, this might be a useful product for you to use, and can be found in various thicknesses (usually 25 millimetre and 50 millimetre), and in different tile and sheet sizes.

Grants for Soundproofing

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In the past there have been grants available for help with soundproofing in areas of excessive amounts of noise. Until March 2020, grants were offered by the Highways Agency for soundproofing homes if they were in specific areas that are impacted by traffic noise. Before you commence any soundproofing project in Crook it is good advice to check out the Government portal for any compensation schemes and grants that might be currently available. (Tags: Government Grants, Grants for Crook Soundproofing, Crook Soundproofing Grants)

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There are a whole host of tasks that can be conducted by your local Crook soundproofing company including sound testing in Crook, soundproofing floors in Crook, underfloor soundplank installations, soundproofing cinema rooms, sound management services, independent ceiling systems, soundproofing insulation, home soundproofing Crook, soundboard installation Crook, soundproofing advice, echo reducing, resilient bar systems, soundproofing walls in Crook, basement soundproofing Crook, soundproofing supplies, soundproofing windows Crook, noise cancellation Crook, soundproofing walls from noisy neighbours, dampen noise from upstairs, sash window soundproofing Crook, batten wall systems Crook, soundproofing, office soundproofing Crook, machinery & plant noise testing, dampen noise from downstairs, concrete floor soundproofing Crook, soundproofing consultations, domestic soundproofing Crook, noisy neighbour soundproofing Crook, noise control services, acoustic panel installation Crook, and lots more. These are just some of the activities that are handled by people fitting soundproofing. Crook contractors will keep you informed about their whole range of services.

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Also find: Billy Row soundproofing, Sunny Brow soundproofing, Fir Tree soundproofing, Oakenshaw soundproofing, Byers Green soundproofing, Stanley Crook soundproofing, Witton-le-Wear soundproofing, Howden-le-Wear soundproofing, Helmington Row soundproofing, Willington soundproofing, Sunniside soundproofing, North Bitchburn soundproofing, High Grange soundproofing, Roddymoor soundproofing, Hew Hunwick soundproofing services and more. Most of these areas are served by tradesmen fitting soundproofing. Crook homeowners can get quotations by going here.

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Soundproofing Around Crook: Some Crook roads where soundproofing work has recently been undertaken - Garden Place, Inglenook Close, Byron Court, Kingsley Drive, Austen Way, Coppice Mount, Fern Valley, Bedburn Close, Snowball Close, Croft Avenue, Sandringham Road, Five Houses, Browning Place, Bronte Court, Lister Terrace, Dickens Way, Windermere Gardens, Bell Street, Wordsworth Court, Orwell Court, Briar Gardens, Esk Gardens, Beechwood Lane, South Terrace, Tennyson Terrace, Laurel Gardens, Holly Terrace, as well as these Crook area postcodes: DL15 9JT, DL15 8LN, DL15 8JY, DL15 9EA, DL15 9DA, DL15 9DU, DL15 8PE, DL15 8NN, DL15 9HP, DL15 9GG. Work was conducted in these locations by local installers of soundproofing. Crook householders received high quality and dependable soundproofing services in every case.

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(This soundproofing Crook article was updated on 13-09-2022)