How do I soundproof my loft conversion?
A loft conversion is a great way to extend your property, but no one wants a room which may cause arguments with the neighbours or a room that is allowing noise in from outside or neighbouring properties or even within your own property.
For those of you considering a loft conversion as a solution to expanding your current living space, there are a few important things to consider beforehand, such as whether to soundproof the new room or not.
Regardless of how you intend to use the room, whether as a playroom for the kids, a home cinema, a gym or even just an ordinary bedroom, without soundproofing the walls, floors, ceilings and windows, you may be unpleasantly surprised by how much noise can travel in and out of the room.
Soundproofing your loft conversion isn’t a huge job and won’t set you back as much as you think as long as you include this within the early stages of the design.
Most common noise complaints in new lofts.
· Increased in road noise from traffic and passers by
· Increased in air traffic noise from aeroplanes
· Increased noise from birds and other wild life
· Increased noise from rain falling on your roof and high levels of winds
Contact SRU Insulation Ltd today and we will be more than happy to help you with the acoustic design of your new loft space!