Soundproofing a floor is very important as it determines the efficiency or wellbeing of occupants in a room. There are various considerations which are unique to different installations and can achieve different levels of sound reduction. To achieve significant reduction of the noise levels the construction companies consider amount of space available to install the soundproof material, budgetary restrictions, impact of the airborne noise and the type of noise.
The Benefits in Relation to Cork Flooring
Minimal Increase in Floor Levels – Usually cork flooring for acoustic underlayment is just the same thickness as that of a carpet. In all instances the underlay can actually act as a replacement for carpets. It is therefore very possible to add additional levels of soundproofing which will be effective without having to increase floor height or tamper with the initial floor in cases of refurbishments.
Improved Sound Properties for Floor – One of the