Normal home noise - with access to joists
Check that there is heavy mineral wool between the beams. Tires with 3 mm Acousti block. Cover the outside with plaster.
Significant noise - with access to joists
Check that there is heavy mineral wool in between. If possible, cover both sides of the floor with Acousti block, then plaster on both sides. Alternatively: After mounting AB on one side, remove with 5 cm extra lath, and repeat: new intermediate filling of eg Rockwool soundboards in between, new cladding AB and close with plasterboard or other panel.
Normal home noise - no access to the trunk, concrete wall, etc.
Go out with barges 60-60 cm and dress as under a and b.
Normal home noise - no access to the trunk
Glue Acoustiblok Wall-cover, which consists of a sponge-like body laminated to 3 mm Acoustiblok covered with an extremely fine-mesh fiberglass fabric, which can be overpainted / wallpapered.
Normal home noise - no access to the trunk
Glue to the wall Tecsound 50 FT, a laminate with special felt and Tecsound noise absorber, possibly reinforced with mounting rosettes. Dress with plaster.
As above, but after mounting Tecsound, make a 5 cm light wall with posts that are attached to, fill with heavy mineral wool, cover with 50 Tecsound and cover with plasterboard. If you want to see a little about how this is done, take a look at the Acoustiblok Installation -Installation Tutorial at the bottom right of the first page (home). Be aware that there are slightly different ways and solutions for attachment. For Acoustiblok on the wall, you can either make an overlap as shown, but often it is easier to let the surfaces go completely against each other and tape over the joint. You usually do not have a cramp gun with a stop washer, we use small flat screws with a large pack washer.
This is often part of the same case. If you have both floors, consider which side you are entering from - it is usually easiest on the floor above. But often you have no choice. First we look at the roof. As the products here are heavy, you must be sure of a good grip.
Plasterboard with unknown upper part
Remove the plasterboard and find out how the structure is further up.
If you get to joists and get an unfavorable unfavorable filling for heavy mineral wool boards, it's good. If there is stubble clay, it is best to leave it - (it actually reduces low-frequency noise). Then there will be a support plate underneath. If the support plate is solid or you can get through screws for the beams: Attach a new single beam layer 5 cm.
In between with mineral wool
Cover the ceiling with 3 mm Acousti block ,, cover with plasterboard. Feel free to use the plaster lift when attaching Acoustiblok.
If you have little space under the roof with and fasten
Use Tecsound FT which is glued to the ceiling, also when using mounting rosettes against concrete and plaster screws on plaster.
Is the place completely critical?
Use Tecsound self-adhesive directly on the roof. Cover with plasterboard where you have glued a wool cardboard in advance. In the Roof, there are often objects that require their own measures. Downlights: here you can buy protective covers in the electrical store. You need to save and use AB
noise-reducing sealant around pipes, wires, fire extinguishers, etc. REMEMBER: The roof surface must be completely tight.
Here there are many considerations to take and a number of solutions. There are mainly 2 solutions:
Can the floor covering be picked up and used again - or do you have to throw it away?
You can often pick it up with modern parquet. If possible, work your way down to the trunk supports. Check that there is insulation in between (Rockwool sound plates) Lay 3 mm Acousti block over and fasten carefully. Leave a 2 mm clearance for wall filling with Acoustiblok Sound Sealant.
Furthermore, lay the support plate over and then wool cardboard and parquet
If need and space dictate, it is great with a layer of Texfon impact sound cloth before the parquet - it is absolutely superb in noise reduction of impact noise and builds only 3 mm.
Often you do not get down to the joist, but to a support plate, or you put noise reduction system on the existing floor.
The solution here is to lay a layer of wool cardboard then a layer of Acoustiblok-then a layer of wool cardboard and cover with the coating you choose on top. Here you avoid any attachment beyond the tape over the joints.
Often there are other elements in the floor that must be taken into account such as electric or waterborne heat
If you make everything new, it is best with Acoustiblok under the heating system - if not then it is possible to transfer - but remember that a working temperature of over 100 degrees is not acceptable.