We have recently been a lot of good things about the Genie Clip system. This is a new product in the UK. Designed in Canada it is a product that competes with resilient bars. From the look of them they feel like they should be very effective. Rather than relying on the springy nature of corrugated metal as used by resilient bars, the system relies on a rubber washer to keep metal components apart from each other. The manufacturers claim substantial improvements across the noise frequency spectrum particularly at lower, more tricky to deal with, frequencies. The system that works with a bespoke “furring Strip” is less mistake prone when doing a soundproofing job.
I have looked at your website and need further advice.My family and I have bought a 1928 semi-detached property in a “nice” area of Leicester, but the neighbours enjoy their music at different times of day and there is a substantial content of bass, which has driven my wife to her mother’s house, with our 2 very young children. This is an unacceptable situation for all concerned. The council’s noise pollution team have done all they can but 2 issues appear insoluble, from an enforcement perspective. Continue reading →
The UK is one of the noisiest countries in Europe. If you doubt it, ask yourself when you last enjoyed peace and quiet without venturing out to the middle of Dartmoor. Many shops sound like discos and even a well-known chain of booksellers now plays music instore. OK, it may not be that loud, but it still adds to the general noise pollution. Continue reading →
Noise is an inevitable consequence of today’s society, comprising natural and man-made sources. Noise is subjective and defined as ‘unwanted sound’, as such one person’s noise is another person’s sound. Continue reading →
I’m needing to build an internal wall to help with sound transfer from television and children in a very large open plan area, what sound proofing product would you recommend? The priority is to get the sound transfer stopped.
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