Does your home face a busy road? Is it located near a train line or under a flight path? If the answer is yes, it’s likely you’ve questioned how it is possible to create a quieter home environment. Even if planes trains and automobiles aren’t an issue for you, high-density living comes with its own noisy challenges. Disruptions from neighbours and children are often the cause of noise complaints and can be improved by residential soundproofing.
Residential soundproofing is all about maintaining the aesthetic appeal of the property while implementing measures that absorb sound and create a quieter home. The first step is to book an experienced acoustical consultant like Harwood Acoustics to come to your home and conduct a thorough assessment. During this initial meeting, you will discuss the source of disruptive noise as well as what measures can be implemented to reduce them. A quote will also be offered, so you can budget accordingly. Our aim is to provide affordable soundproofing solutions that look good and solve your noise problems.
Types Of Residential Soundproofing
Whether you’re building a new home or need to soundproof an existing one, Harwood Acoustics can help with a tailor-made residential soundproofing plan. Some of the options to reduce noise transmitted between rooms include:
- Acoustic tiles
- Acoustic underlay for floors
- Soundproofing doors
- Pool pump soundproofing
- Double glazing for windows
- Reducing noise from air conditioning units
Acoustical Consulting in Nowra
If you would like to look at your residential soundproofing options, talk to Harwood Acoustics. With over 15 years of experience, we are the leading acoustic consultants in the Shoalhaven. Get in touch to find out more about our services and how we can help reduce noise in your home.