Soundproofing & Sound Conditioning
Something has simply got to be done about that noise, and ASC knows what it is. We have engineered solutions to the common problems that cause unwanted noise.
Technical grade constrained layer damping sheets with PSA adhesive and release paper. Maintains thickness and damping coefficient under pressure, unlike liquid damping compounds. With low initial tack, it is easy to remove and re-position. Add between all contacting surfaces in wall, floor and ceiling assemblies to attenuate structural response to vibration and impulse excitation. Adheres to metal and bare wood.
ASC provides design services during the planning phase of construction projects requiring acoustical consideration. If you have a project which must consider sound, ASC can be an important partner in the success of your project.
The most common soundproofing problem in most rooms is the door. It is the weakest link when it comes to sound containment. You could buy an expensive “soundproof door”, or you can save the remodel expense and get an ASC DoorSeal Kit for a fraction of the price of a new door. Keep your existing door, and get excellent soundproofing results too.
IsoDeck is a non-rubber answer to deck isolation. While rubber has long been regarded as an excellent isolator, its density under load actually transmits sound. We engineered our IsoDeck with a technical woven high density felt, the only isolator that won’t transmit sound.
As more and more people live closer together in tightly packed subdivisions, the mental stress of noise becomes a serious issue. Noise nuisance complaints are on the rise and litigation is increasing. The problem is not limited to wild parties or garage rock bands. Noise that ordinarily wouldn't bother anybody, like ringing phones, pool pumps, or a TV, have now become the sound-track of modern living.
Recording Studios, particularly in hot climates, need quiet HVAC supply and return ducting. ASC designs and manufactures in-line mufflers, noise-reducing outlet diffusers, and duct baffles inserts. Most residential and commercial HVAC equipment creates too much noise for use in recording studios. We build specialty mufflers that combine built-in bass traps with standard treble range absorbing panels. We not only deliver silent air into rooms but we reduce the acoustic crosstalk between rooms through the HVAC ducts.
If you have outdoor compressors, transformers or HVAC equipment in close proximity to residential areas, odds are good that you need an ASC SoundFence. There are many types of noise barriers available, but none of them absorb noise like the SoundFence. They also share a common theme: high cost. The SoundFence gets the job done better while costing a fraction of comparable barrier systems.