Improved Acoustic Performance

Acoustic glazing is a special type of glass that greatly reduces noise levels. Acoustic interlayers are laminated between toughened pieces of glass which produce a noise reduction glass unit that helps to soundproof your home and block out any unwanted sounds. The bonded interlayer absorbs sound energy, which prevents sounds vibrations from travelling through the glazed structure. It simply reflects the noise back towards the source, allowing you to sit comfortably within your home without loud sounds disrupting your day.

The acoustic interlayers can reduce sound transmissions through the glass, reducing the frequency of noise that can travel through the glass towards 100Hz. This makes any background noise insignificant enough to simply be ignored. The appearance of the acoustic glazing is entirely transparent and will appear as a standard laminated glazed leaf. This laminated glass panel will then be installed into the window or door profile.

As well as reducing the amount of noise passed through the glass, acoustic glazing offers incredible thermal efficiency. Most double glazed and triple glazed noise reduction glass offers an A-rated U-value. You can benefit from reduced noise as well as your home being well insulated throughout the year.

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Acoustic Glazing Insulation

The excellent thermal efficiency and superior level of noise reduction will allow you to enjoy the peace and quiet in your well-insulated property all year round. Several factors determine the thermal efficiency performance of noise reduction glass. This includes the proportion of light that is allowed through the glass. The U-value which means the amount of heat lost through the glass and measured in Watts/meter squared per kelvin. The G-value which means the percentage of solar radiant heat allowed through the glass.

The majority of double glazed acoustic units will provide a U-value of 1.2W/m²K, whereas triple glazed acoustic units are typically 0.8W/m²K.

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Acoustic Glazing Security

By integrating the PVB interlayer into the glazed structure, acoustic glazing offers greatly improved security and safety values – better than their single or double glazing counterparts. The glass will not shatter upon impact, keeping its shape if anything has damaged it. This will help to prevent any unwanted intruders from breaking into your property. By investing in acoustic glazing, both you and the contents of your property will be kept safe year after year.

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Acoustic glazing Installations

Acoustic glazing is recommended for properties that suffer greatly from noise pollution. Types of noise pollution include aircraft, road traffic, railway noise or any anti-social noise. Additionally, if any sounds exceed 50db, then installing noise reduction glass would be incredibly beneficial to you. Our team of expert installers will work promptly to install your new acoustic glazing windows or doors, allowing you to enjoy the new tranquillity of your home quicker than you may think.

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Acoustic glazing is recommended for properties that suffer greatly from noise pollution. Types of noise pollution include aircraft, road traffic, railway noise or any anti-social noise. Additionally, if any sounds exceed 50db, then installing noise reduction glass would be incredibly beneficial to you. Our team of expert installers will work promptly to install your new acoustic glazing windows or doors, allowing you to enjoy the new tranquillity of your home quicker than you may think.

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Keep The Noise Out

Our acoustic glazing units come with a sound reduction level that is given in decimals. This is particularly useful for reducing higher frequency sounds, including traffic sounds, people and even the sounds of rain hitting the glass. You can control how much noise is controlled by the varying combinations of glass thickness and the number of interlayers used. Be sure to ask us about how our acoustic glazing can improve your Rochford, Southend or Essex home.

A Range of Purposes

You may want to install acoustic glazing as a way to soundproof your home and block out any unwanted sounds, however, there are other benefits that noise reduction glass can have. Its secure form will provide any property with a glazed unit that will keep them safe as well as keeping the noise pollution outside.

Our acoustic glazing is available to be used with our windows, doors and conservatory roofs.

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