Soundproofing a neighboring wall
If, for example, the premises are already built and we want to use them as a bar, restaurant, discotheque, etc., we will have to take into account the time needed to carry out the study and the adaptation works, because it will affect the opening date of the premises. This time will depend on the complexity of the project: isolating a discotheque will not be the same as isolating a cafeteria.
In the double bedroom you can hear the neighbor a lot, whether he is watching TV, playing music or talking. It is important for me to be able to isolate this room to be able to rest at night. Thank you very much.
How to soundproof a music room
Taking into account all the difficulties and that the companies that are dedicated to it have discounts on the purchase of materials that can be used to reduce the budget, normally it is not worthwhile to undertake soundproofing works at home.
A job of this magnitude has to be looked at by a professional, there are many factors to take into account and they have to be seen “in situ”. You would not be the first to spend the money twice, and in big works the joke is big, I have seen people setting up their studio following the advice of the sellers of leroy merlin, to give you an example, and I have had to remove almost everything, and do it well, with which the cost of the work plus remove everything put.
ABSTRACT The method of directly attaching plasterboard by adhesive daubs to both sides of a masonry wall will result in increased sound transmission which can occur at low, mid, or high frequencies. … The effect on the determined Sound Transmission Class (STC) ranged from a 1 to 8 dB decrease over that of the bare wall.
Acoustic insulation for ceramic tile floors
In the case of a floor, it is always a question of looking for good insulators and that occupy little space so as not to take too much space, it is not advisable to use only one insulator however good it is said to be, since the sounds are found in different frequencies (high, low and medium) so it is advisable to make a combination of these. Also at the time of making the installation it is necessary to contemplate also several aspects as not to put anything metallic in contact with walls, ceiling or floor, since the metal is an excellent sonorous conductor.
Another thing that must be taken into account are the air chambers. You can insulate the wall very well but if you leave an air chamber through there the noise will seep in. It should also be mentioned that no matter how well you insulate a wall you will never get 100% noise insulation because the noise will be transmitted through the floor, ceiling and adjacent walls to make a 100% insulation you need to make a sound box, that is, to insulate the entire room. However, I always tell my clients to insulate the problematic wall, with a good combination of insulation and can achieve up to 80% noise reduction.
How to insulate the noise in an economical way
Do you live in a community of neighbors and you are tired of the noise coming through the walls and ceiling? Often both airborne noise (conversations, televisions, etc.) and impact noise (footsteps, dragging chairs, etc.) can make it difficult for us to relax at home.
A wide variety of materials are often used for this task. For example, polyurethane can be applied (in sheets or foam), but it is also possible to choose to place polystyrene slabs, plasterboard, polyester fiber, etc.
We know that living in Madrid it is inevitable to be exposed to noise, but there are particularly noisy areas such as Chueca, Hortaleza, Gran Vía, Paseo de Recoletos… Our collaborating professionals can provide services in these areas and in any other in the city.