Soundproofing & Noise Reduction for Floors
True soundproofing between floors involves incorporating an isolation barrier into the floor design either during original construction or adding it in after. For this type of soundproofing between floors, you need a product like the sound isolation product Peacemaker®. Installed directly on top of flooring joist or between layers of subflooring, Peacemaker Soundproofing Underlayment is designed to isolate or float rigid structures such as floor or floor/ceiling assemblies to separate the source of impact noise from the building structure.
Sound Solutions with Peacemaker
Peacemaker is an eco-friendly material made from recycled tire rubber used to reduce the transmission of sound between walls, floors, and ceilings. Because of its flexibility, Peacemaker® is easy to install, while its heavy weight is ideal for soundproofing floor designs in residential spaces and hospitals where privacy is important.
Peacemaker comes in a variety of thicknesses for a multitude of applications. When it comes to soundproofing floor designs, Peacemaker Soundproofing Underlayment is one of the most effective options made specifically to address structural noise and vibration - the two main sources of sound most typically transmitted through floors. With an IIC (Impact Insulation Class) rating of 56, Peacemaker ranks on the high end of the impact reduction scale.
Benefits and Features:
- Acts as a constraining layer between floor boards
- Is an Anti-Vibration layer
- Helps reduce impact & footfall
- Is a mold resistant material
- Fast free shipping
See For Yourself: The following video highlights the process of soundproofing floor structures, including retrofitting Peacemaker on top of subflooring.
By soundproofing floor, wall, and ceiling structures with isolation products like Peacemaker you create a more private space both inside and outside. If you have any questions about floor soundproofing in your space, give us a call today at 1.866.505.MUTE and we’ll help you find a solution that meets your needs and your budget.