Isomass timber floor systems
Our project-specific design service will offer ways to exceed the impact and airborne sound requirements for Part E of the building regulations (via Pre-Completion Testing or Robust Details) using our range of system within a given construction. Depending upon the application, we offer innovative acoustic products constructed from composite MDF and Chipboard that embraces both the traditional LRC foams, those with a high dynamic stiffness and carefully selected isofibre textile sheet.
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Material change of use as defined within Part E states that there is a Material Change of Use where there is a change in the purpose for which, or the circumstances in which, a building is used. This includes a building that is now used as a dwelling, a building that now contains an apartment, a building which contains more or less dwellings than it did previously and buildings now containing rooms for residential purposes.
Domestic Noise Issues are relevant whatever area of your home you are trying to soundproof. Domestic soundproofing materials will increase the sound insulation of your home reducing sound generated by noisy neighbours through party walls and separating floors, as well as increasing the soundproofing between rooms in your own home.