OSB stands for oriented strand board and is a type of construction material. While vaguely similar to chipboard, all oriented strand boards use longer, coarser pieces of wood - this increases mechanical strength and resistance to humidity but a smooth surface is sacrificed.
Types of plasterboard:
How to achieve an enhanced acoustic performance using resilient bars. Install Guide for Resilient Bars
The most common application for resilient bars is for use in soundproofing a ceiling or a wall. Resilient bars, as the name, suggest act as the resilient layer that separates the mass of plasterboards from the rest of the surface that you are soundproofing.
Resilient Bars can increase the sound insulation performance of ceiling systems. In fact, some ceiling systems are dependant upon the attachment of a Resilient Bar to the underside of the joists and perimeter noggins on all four sides of a room. This allows the new wall or ceiling to be de-coupled from the main structure reducing vibration and impact noise.
ABC Depot offers a range of products that are engineered for Quality and Performance. Quinn Therm offers an extensive range of PIR insulation products for use in floor, wall and roof applications in new build and retrofit projects.
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Siniat Smartmix is a professional, air-drying, lightweight full taping and jointing compound. Supplied ready-mixed in 20kg buckets.
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-Airbricks and External Cowls
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-Internal Metal Grilles
How to soundproof your rooms and home
Check your doors.
Fix holes and gaps in walls.
Updating to double glazing.
Dampen sounds with fabric
Insulate your walls with soundproofing.