HUSH Panels were chosen for an extension project at the home of a TV celebrity to reduce noise levels, both airborne and impact.
Sian Astley, a Manchester-based property renovator, interior designer and TV presenter who runs the blog Moregeous Mansions, was undergoing a large renovation on her property which included an extension and dormer bedroom construction.
HUSH Panels, made of sheets of chipboard or plywood which have acoustic panels attached were chosen for the project. These are laid unfixed along the floor, combined with our acoustic joist strips, creating a floating system as sound travels through nails and other fixings.
The acoustic panels vary between different thickness according to the level of sound transmission. This cushioning helps to reduce and soften the impact of heavy footsteps and lesson airborne noise.
For the dormer bedroom, Sian fitted the Hush Ply 28 of a slimmer thickness due to the LVT Amtico floor and limited height in the room due to the low hanging ceiling.
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