Reducing Noise from Neighbours with Sound-Insulating Materials

Neighbour noise explained

Neighbour noise can come from close neighbours, downstairs neighbours or upstairs neighbours. When you live in a flat or an apartment building, neighbour noise often comes from various directions, in which case flanking noise may occur. This means that sound enters your room via several routes, for example via the partition wall and the ceiling or via the ceiling and inner walls. In this case, several products will be needed to solve the problem.

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  1. Isomat KE Fiber
    Isomat KE Fiber
    Sound-insulating mat
    • Heavy plastic ground plane
    • Sound insulating
    • Resistant to water, oil and many solvents and cleaning agents

    Starting at £27.00

    £45.48
    (incl. tax)
  2. Polypress | Vibration isolation
    Polypress
    Vibration insulation flake foam
    • Vibration-isolating foam
    • Decouples sound source
    • For floating floors

    Starting at £12.94

    (incl. tax)
  3. Polypress | Vibration isolation
    Polypress
    Vibration insulation flake foam
    • Vibration-isolating foam
    • Decouples sound source
    • For floating floors

    Starting at £12.94

    (incl. tax)
  4. Polypress | Vibration isolation
    Polypress
    Vibration insulation flake foam
    • Vibration-isolating foam
    • Decouples sound source
    • For floating floors

    Starting at £12.94

    (incl. tax)
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Sound insulation and acoustics in your home
More information about device insulation, door insulation, floor insulation and reducing reverberation in your home can be found on the page Geluidsisolatie en akoestiek in uw woning