Soundproofing Plus: Audimute Peacemaker Soundproofing: Floor Installation Techniques

Audimute Peacemaker Soundproofing: Floor Installation Techniques

Soundproofing, to most people, is something that is done to walls. Apartment dwellers and those in multilevel offices and other close quarters, however, need to think beyond wall soundproofing. Floor sound and vibration barriers can make the difference between a pleasant lifestyle and unpleasant discussions with the landlord.

With some good advice and the right soundproofing, floor isolation is quite straightforward. The key is to get a layer (or several layers) of sound-and vibration-absorbing material between you and your neighbors.

The material acts as a barrier for impacts, like footsteps, and as airborne noise soundproofing. Floor barriers effectively “float” the floor, minimizing sound and vibration transmission by isolating one surface from another.

Minimal construction is required: Sound barriers, like Audimute Peacemaker 3.2mm and 6.4mm, are installed directly over joists or existing floor surfaces. Install a normal subfloor (if necessary) install the new finish flooring over the top, and you’re done.

There’s more to the story, so we’ve put together a short video on Audimute Peacemaker installation. For more in-depth advice on your unique situation, call Audimute at 866-505-MUTE (6883).

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