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Acoustic Wall Insulation
Ideal for soundproofing
- Home theatres
- Home offices
- Study/parents’ retreats
- External walls
- Nursery/kids rooms
Quick Install Tips – DIY
- Avoid leaving gaps in insulation
- Fill small cavities with leftovers
- Don’t compress the insulation
- Insulation shouldn’t lean on bricks
- Strap or string where needed
- Use a sharp bladed knife
Quick, reliable delivery
Pricewise Insulation are the wall insulation specialists. We deliver to building sites and homes right across New Zealand. Delivery is usually made within 2-4 business days of your order being received. For urgent deliveries please give our team a call on 0800 697 742.
Internal Wall Insulation
Acoustic insulation in your home can absorb as much as 75% of the sound. This helps to soundproof the home or room to acceptable levels.
Soundproofing internal walls
The main thing to keep in mind when considering your internal wall insulation options, is that once the walls are lined, the job it done, and you won’t be in a hurry to dismantle the wall to redo the wall insulation. So it’s imperative to ensure that
- The best wall insulation for your needs is installed the first time
- The insulation is installed with a neat finish, with minimum air-gaps.
Thermal benefits of internal wall insulation
We recommend you consider the internal walls of the home both from an acoustic perspective and a thermal perspective. The thermal considerations are usually less important internally, since the main purpose of thermal wall insulation is to restrict temperature transfer between the outside and inside of the house. However within the house itself, you might find that there is a case to insulate the internal walls, for example if some areas of the home are likely to be used a lot more than others. You may wish to heat or cool only the kitchen and living areas during the day, and heat and cool only the bedrooms and bathrooms during the evening and night time. A properly designed air-conditioning system, partnered with internal wall insulation, will enable you to achieve this with as little wasted energy as possible.
Stress, Noise and Acoustic Insulation
Excessive exposure to unwanted outside noise can lead to stress, sleep disturbance and has been linked to many other health complications. Road traffic is one of the biggest sources of noise pollution. Persistent noise within the home – for example music, tumble dryers, kitchen appliances etc. – can also have a negative impact on quality of life in the home. We recommend that acoustic insulation be considered on its own merits in all internal and external walls of the house. And of course if you need advice regarding sound insulation, don’t hesitate to contact us at Pricewise Insulation!