1. What is soundproofing?

    Soundproofing is the act of applying noise reduction techniques in order to make the whole building or a particular room resistant to the sound passage.

  2. How does soundproofing work?

    Soundproofing systems are built from materials that modify sound transmission by changing the density, depth and separation of a particular surface (a wall, a floor or a ceiling). The quality of the noise reduction often depends on the dimension of the depth, separation and density.

  3. How much does it cost to soundproof a room?

    The price usually depends on a particular room. It is important to take into account if we are applying just sound proof walls, floor or ceiling, or the whole interior. We have a fixed price list, therefore you do not have to worry about any hidden costs. We are always fully transparent.

  4. Can you adapt your services to a fixed budget?

    There is no problem with that - please just inform us where we should be and we will do our best to meet you there, without lowering the standards of workmanship and materials.

  5. How long does it take to soundproof a room?

    Usually we create a sound proof room working on 10-15 m2 per day, if the simplest systems are being applied.

  6. Will it cost more if the work is not completed by the deadline?

    No, this is fixed price so this will not affect the end price whatsoever.

  7. Are site visits free?

    It depends on the location in fact, but please trust us - you will not regret any penny that you have spent when you get the final results.

  8. Acoustic treatment or soundproofing?

    Acoustics deal with controlling the sound waves in an interior, such as, for example, a recording studio. Those sound waves while bouncing off the room perimeter may interact and create distortion to that being recorded, hence such systems are meant for blocking the bouncing. Soundproofing, on the other hand, is focused on noise intrusion from the outside and, therefore, uses various techniques to apply, for instance, acoustic insulation in a particular area.

  9. Do I have to use the exact systems you present on your website?

    Absolutely not - we are open for discussion about the possible options. A combination of various soundproofing systems can be applied if necessary and also, some upgradeable materials can be used in any system, so that the noise reduction could be even more effective.

  10. Why do I need sound proofers, why can’t I use a builder?

    We perform this service on a daily basis and we pay attention to every single detail. Note that there are many chances that an error may happen, what will make the whole system completely useless. We are soundproofing specialists and we perfectly know how to do our work. Would you ask your plumber to construct a house for you?

  11. What is impact noise?

    It is the sound that moves through the fabric of a building, travelling from one area to another.

  12. What is airborne noise

    It is the sound that travels from one room to another with the use of air particles present between these two areas.

  13. What is flanking noise?

    It is the mix of impact and airborne noise, making its way to the walls of one interior, down the interior and out into another interior. We always make sure that the flaking noise is eliminated with the use of such materials, as open cell spray foam injections, acoustic mastic or perimeter beads.

  14. How much space will I lose?

    We are not able to answer that until we know which soundproofing system will be installed.

  15. What happens to lights, electrical fixtures, fittings such as radiators and furniture?

    We will place the lights in exactly the same places they were in before. When it comes to radiators, they need to be disassembled before the insulation work is started.

    Normally we prefer to make an interior as bare as possible before we begin soundproofing, but such things as moving fittings can be factored in and quoted separately.

    We would prefer to enter an empty room with no furniture inside, but as we explained before, we can give you a hand with that and also, some things can remain inside and we will work around it.

  16. Do you provide coverings for the floor and furniture?

    Yes, coverings for all the furniture that remains in the room is provided by our company. Moreover, we always use amazingly durable floor covering.

  17. Do floorboards need to be removed?

    It is not always necessary - it depends on the specifics of the noise we are trying to reduce with soundproofing the floor system.

  18. How long will a quote be valid for?

    Typically for 30 days, unless it is stated otherwise.

  19. Is your work guaranteed?

    We are totally confident about the quality of our services, so we provide clients with a full guarantee on every project. However, please remember that we do not take responsibility for devoid products or sound leakage caused by the modifications in the structure of a building or a room.

  20. Do I need to pay for additional materials or pay towards delivery costs?

    Not at all! All the material purchase and delivery costs are covered by our soundproofing company from London.

  21. Are you insured?

    Yes, we have complete business and public liability insurance.

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