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.
We are often asked about local fitting services outside london
Hello Terry and thanks you for your email. We are frequently asked for the names of installers of our soundproofing systems throughout the UK but it is impossible to service all areas.
What we suggest is that having chosen one of our Soundproofing Solutions, be it for a Wall, Ceiling or Floor, you print out from the Web page for that Solution the Application Instructions that can be found by clicking on the application button. Continue reading →
I wish to soundproof the ceilings in a Victorian conversion. The existing ceilings are lathe and plaster that have been either boarded over or skimmed. Using the cornice as a guide the thickness of plaster added is quite considerable on a couple of the ceilings. I have the height to add perhaps 4 inches but could not hang an independent ceiling using new joists and joist hangers. A couple of the rooms are quite large. Continue reading →