Sound Insulation

We spend the majority of our time indoors. Therefore, the structures in which we work and live must be constructed to minimize noise within and between rooms. Also, they should prevent noise from the outside from entering the structure.


We offer various soundproofing options that block, absorb, and lessen noise transmission through dividing walls, floors, and ceilings.


Seven Sunday provides low-density polyethylene insulation of the highest quality for walls and ceilings. In addition, our insulating foam helps soundproof recording studios, flat roofs, generator rooms, and walls. We produce our soundproof foams in thicknesses of 25mm, 50mm, 75mm, and 100mm with or without aluminum foil.


How Does Sound Insulation Work?


Air carries sound waves as they travel. They are either reflected or absorbed when they contact a surface. Noise is best reflected by hard, flat surfaces, which makes for a noisy setting. Make your home quiet and serene using materials that effectively absorb and obstruct sound waves.

The purpose of sound insulation is to absorb sound waves and lessen noise transmission. It is a superior option for soundproofing your home since it is denser and thicker than standard thermal insulation.


What Kinds of Noise Can Soundproofing Insulation Address?




Understanding what soundproofing insulation can and cannot achieve is essential before deciding. There are many different ways that sound might annoy. The term “sound transmission” refers to a soundwave’s capacity to enter or exit a space through a solid surface such as your walls, floors, or ceiling. 



As an alternative, sound reflection occurs when a soundwave hits a hard surface and reverberates or echoes inside a space. Reflection and transmission are two different problems that need various fixes. Sound absorption reduces reflections, while soundproofing reduces transmission. 

The phrase “soundproofing insulation” is misleading in this regard. Insulation for soundproofing has absorbing qualities that make it a good remedy for reflections.



Additional Benefits of Soundproof Insulation


Apart from reducing reflections, soundproof insulation is preferred by property owners for the following reasons:

Energy-efficient: The selling point of acoustic insulation is noise reduction, but it also traps heat to keep buildings warm in the winter and cooler in the summer.


Easy to install: Some soundproofing solutions are relatively labor-intensive, but soundproofing insulation is easy to slide into the ceiling or within walls.

  • Environmentally friendly: Most materials used for soundproofing insulation are recycled or created as the byproduct of another manufacturing process.

Installing soundproof insulation is more straightforward than other soundproofing techniques, which require a lot of manual labor.

Environment-friendly: Most materials used for soundproofing insulation are recycled or produced as a byproduct of another industrial process.


Before installing any flooring or wall linings, the ideal time to install sound insulation batts is during the construction or remodeling. If you live in a multi-story home, consider putting sound insulation in the ceilings, between floors, and on the interior and exterior walls.


Wrap Up


Any home needs a certain amount of noise to be pleasant, but excessive or undesired noise makes the setting unnecessarily stressful. Acoustic insulation is one of the best methods to lessen disruptive noise and make a quiet house.


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