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Here you will find soundproofing articles explaining the basics of soundproofing issues. Understanding how to soundproof floor in hotels, offices and homes and best soundproofing solutions to use.

Acoustic Reference Guide – Sound is classified into two basic types: Airborne Noise – talking, music, TV and Structure-Borne Noise – impact floor noise commonly referred to as footfall noise, dragging furniture, dog walking, etc Read More

Difference Between Airborne & Structure Borne Noise: Airborne Noise is noise that is travels through the air such as speech, television, radio, etc.  Structure Borne Noise is noise that is cause by an impact, this noise includes: walking or foot fall noise, dragging chairs, objects dropping, etc. Read More

What is Architectural Acoustics – Architectural acoustics is the science and engineering of achieving a good sound within a building and is a branch of acoustical engineering. Different shapes of halls directly affect how the sound behaves within them, the finishing materials used have significant effect on the acoustics too. Read More

Why Use Soundproofing Floors Underlayments – Soundproofing Floor Underlayments are premium underlayments that are available in many models and provide sound isolation between the floor covering and the sub floor. Acoustic floor underlayments are different than any other underlayments on the market today. Each product and model has been designed, engineered and manufactured specifically around the floor covering and what the floor covering needs to maintain its integrity and warranty. Read More

What is soundproofing – Soundproofing is defined as any method of reducing the ability of sound to travel between point A and point B, and is accomplished by the reduction of noise and the absorption of noise. A requirement in many professional recording studios, soundproofing is also becoming popular in residential structures, especially multi-family structures like apartments and condominiums wherein tenants share walls. Read More