How to make a sound insulation of a private house

Sound insulation is the problem of private construction, which is led by the customer in our country. This happens so often that the problem of soundproofing has become relevant and familiar for almost all private property owners, despite the fact that at the construction stage, the customer delves the sound insulation into the background in technical jungle to the background. After the construction, it turns out that we needed accurate calculations and high -quality modern materials, in order to completely sound your living room. It turns out very long and expensive to rebuild, much longer and more expensive than if you do it at the construction stage. Acoustic characteristics of the building are a very important component of comfortable housing. Constant noise design and pressure can cause both psychological and even physiological discomfort, which can lead to a deterioration in the well -being of the inhabitants of such a house and hearing worsening. Silence below 10 DB is the cause of anxiety and anxiety. Therefore, noise levels of 10-25 DB are considered comfortable, and sanitary and construction standards do not allow excess of standards to 45 DB standards. Noise are different – shock, air and structural. Artificial obstacles that are installed to isolate the premises from external noise are designed to reduce these indicators to a comfortable level. Our task is to ensure the insulation of the room from air noise. Of course, the better the properties of reflection and absorption of sound with windows, doors and outer walls, the more we have the chances of performing the soundproofing of the room in principle. Localizing and dispersing sound waves, the task is much more difficult, provided that the task is not to deform them and not distort them. Certain structural features and materials allow you to perform an acoustically perfect room, but it is quite expensive and difficult. The properties of sound can also be manipulated by choosing certain insulating materials.

Ideally, these should be massive porous materials that should be light and easy to process and cut. Massive materials are rarely used, and therefore simply multilayer materials are used to a greater extent. Today there are so many diverse materials that can absorb the sound both outside the house and inside it, which is possible to make the most comfortable living in the house.