Soundproofing Floors

Soundproofing floors is a vital step when it comes to an overall soundproofing solution for your home or business. Yet many people neglect to think about effectively soundproofing their floors. They focus on the walls and possibly the ceiling. However, you need to consider every aspect of your home or business.  When you work with London Sound Solutions we offer you a comprehensive soundproofing solution.

We work with you to find the best possible way to approach your space – and this includes a bespoke solution that makes sense based upon what takes place within each room as well as what the various noises are from the outside. With our help, you can truly enjoy soundproofed floors.

Our floor soundproofing process

1. Contact

The very first step of employing our help in soundproofing the floors of your house is contacting our team. In order to do this, you need to e-mail us at or call our office at 0208 207 5221. After you do this, our stuff is going to set up a meeting during which we are going to discuss the project with you.

2. Free survey

You are going to be given a free survey of the area where you want to install soundproof floors. This will allow us to evaluate your noise problem and help us in choosing the most effective methods and materials.

3. Floor preparation

After planning the project thoroughly, our team is going to make all the preparations in the room. This includes covering the furniture and floors if we do not work on them, but also moving any unnecessary pieces of house equipment.

4. Soundproofing floors

With the house or apartment ready, our team can start working on soundproofing the floors. We always make sure to use solid and dependable materials, as well as innovative solutions in all of our projects.

5. Cleanup

The final step of every assignment of ours is thoroughly cleaning up the place our team worked on. We are going to make sure the floors are mopped and all the reminders of our presence there are gone.


  1. How much space will I lose after soundproofing floors?

    In order to specify that, first we need to know which soundproofing system will be chosen. We will do our best to minimise this space as much as possible.

  2. How does soundproofing work?

    Soundproofing systems are made from materials that can change sound transmission by influencing the depth, separation and density of a particular surface (a ceiling, a floor or a wall). How effective the noise reduction will be is dependant on the dimension of the density, depth and separation.

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

    The price of soundproofing floors depends on a given room. However, we have prepared a fixed price list, so you do not have to be afraid that we will add some hidden costs.

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

    Of course not! You can tell us your own suggestions - we are fully open for discussion. It is worth knowing that we can even apply a combination of various soundproofing floors systems.

  5. Are you insured?

    Yes, you do not have to worry about it - we always have business and public liability insurance.


We are always extremely happy when our clients are willing to provide us with their feedback. For this reason, we have prepared a special section on our website for that. When you open it, you will see what opinions on our soundproofing company other people have and maybe this will help you to make a decision if we are worth your attention and trust. You are more than welcome to leave your own feedback after we finish work at your home or studio!


If you are curious how the effects of our work look, you are free to browse the portfolio we have uploaded on a special page of our website. Not only the final results are shown there, but particular phases of the working process as well. We are soundproofing specialists from London who are really devoted to their job and take care of every single detail. We are sure you will not be disappointed!

Airborne & Impact Noise Solutions
Different types of noise are produced within a space and each will have its individual impact on your soundproofing requirement.

Airborne transmissions are sound waves that travel freely while impact noise has to do with objects colliding with one another, such as children running or chairs that are being shifted on the floor.

When considering creating a properly soundproofed space that effects the entire room, you have to take flooring into consideration. Let us find a good solution for your space by contacting us today. We look forward to working with you on your project!