- Improves the airborne sound insulation performance of timber floors
- Substantially reduces impact noise through concrete and timber floors
- Simply laid under most floor finishes and can replace conventional carpet underlay
- Easily cut and shaped
- Minimises increase in floor level
- Easily and quickly installed
- Can be used to meet Part E of the Building Regulations
- Can allow access to existing floor
- Now 100% Recyclable
- Now 100% sourced and manufactured in the UK
Acoustic insulation innovators, Sound Reduction Systems, are proud to announce revolutionary new changes to their market leading soundproof acoustic underlay product, Acoustilay.
Years of research and development have resulted in the creation of a product that is 100% recyclable, manufactured entirely in the UK, and that maintains all of the acoustic properties of the previous product
The issue of sustainability in buildings has long been a major factor for specifiers when considering products for their projects. Houses can also be awarded ‘points’ for their acoustic and thermal insulation properties. Sound Reduction Systems have now combined both acoustic and environmental properties within their Acoustilay range, ensuring peace of mind in terms of acoustic performance and environmental impact, both with specifier and end user.
Acoustilay is manufactured entirely in the UK, therefore reducing the carbon footprint associated with imported goods. The barrier mat material, used to give Acoustilay mass, can be manufactured from pre, mixed and post industrial waste sources and is 100% recyclable at the end of its life. The unique PVC free material has a proprietary polymer structure which ensures it is one of the least polluting plastics, and does not emit any toxic compounds when it burns. New Acoustilay is green in colour so specifers, contractors and clients can be sure that the material on site is the new Acoustilay.
Acoustilay has long been a firm favorite with specifiers and end users due to its high acoustic performance, and ease of installation, and is often used to meet the requirements of Building Regulations Part E in flat conversions. However, Acoustilay is also widely used by people to simply upgrade the sound insulation of floors in their own properties for personal comfort.