I need help of soundproof panels.

Discussion in 'Eco Talk' started by Usama Ali, Jan 25, 2024.

  1. Usama Ali

    Usama Ali New Member

    "I'm exploring the possibility of soundproofing in our home. The party wall, though double-bricked, lacks a cavity. Even in moments of silence, neighboring conversations are audible. The TV volume often needs to be raised significantly to drown out their voices. Additionally, loud door slamming, particularly by children, resonates throughout our house. Despite impending neighbors' relocation, my concern is our susceptibility to noise. Considering a future extension, I'm unsure if soundproofing measures can truly alleviate these disturbances or if relocation is the only viable solution."
    My friend suggest me soundproof panels.
    anyone guide me about acoustic wall panels.
     
  2. Usama Ali

    Usama Ali New Member

  3. DBCDIY

    DBCDIY Screwfix Select

  4. RegB

    RegB Active Member

    If you have a brick-thick wall and are still getting problems them look for a sound path (air gap) between/perhaps even under the floor if it's a suspended one. You should not be able to hear voices easily through a 9" brick wall.
     
  5. Usama Ali

    Usama Ali New Member

    Acoustic Soundproofing Panels
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  6. MarkR73

    MarkR73 New Member

    I can tell you from experience that the main thing you need here is isolation to reduce the vibrations being passed on, followed by shifts in density and general high-density. If you make a secondary wall (if you have space), then try and make sure that there is nothing touching at all. I have done this for a wall that was made from that awful prefab waffle board and the results were amazing. I clad the original wall in accoustic pasterboard to beef up the density and then left a 5cm gap and then constructed a second stud wall filled with acoustic rockwool and then clad it again with accoustic plasterboard. There were no connection at all between the two walls. If you knock on the other side you hardly hear a thing.
     
  7. Alan22

    Alan22 Screwfix Select

    First time I have ever seen an Ai bot lose the rag:)
     
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  8. RegB

    RegB Active Member

    I was going to tell it to use whatever it was suggesting and hop it, but there's no real point.
     
  9. Alan22

    Alan22 Screwfix Select

    I'd like to design an app that lets you ping a different email 15 times a day to the company that the Ai is marketing, saying something like, ''Hi, I heard about your company on the Screwfix forum, from your Ai marketing, just wanted to say Hi, thank you for listening''

    And blocking the sender automatically doubles the number of messages.
     

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