If you’re building a new home or planning a major alteration, SoundScreen can help you create a sanctuary in your new space.
Your new home should be a place where you and your family live together in peace and quiet. SoundScreen high-density acoustic insulation has been designed to greatly reduce unwanted noise transferring through internal walls and mid floors to help keep the peace – whether you are working, resting or playing.
Bradford SoundScreen acoustic insulation will be installed in the internal walls around bedrooms, bathrooms, laundries, media rooms and studies to minimise noise transfer between rooms.
As SoundScreen can only be effectively installed during construction, the timing for an upgrade decision is critical.
Most new home builders have tight specifications for their new homes which may not include any acoustic insulation. Many builders will be happy to include SoundScreen when it is not too late for them to amend their standard construction plans.
There are typically 5 stages to be aware of when you are planning your home with your builder. You should ask your builder to include SoundScreen no later than the Tender stage.
This is when you reach agreement on
a home plan with your builder based on
an indicative estimate.
You should inform your builder at this stage
that you want to make sure your new
home can be upgraded with Bradford
SoundScreen acoustic insulation.
This is when you agree on a fixed price tender
that details the major inclusions and itemised
costs for building your new home with
It is at the tender stage that you should ensure
you have Bradford SoundScreen acoustic
Plans & Externals
This is generally where your contract is presented
and where all exterior features are finalised.
If not already agreed, Bradford SoundScreen acoustic
insulation should be discussed and
included at this point.
Together with a selection consultant you choose
the fixtures and fittings inside your home.
Although unlikely, you may be able to
add Bradford SoundScreen acoustic
insulation at this stage.
Final selections of electrical fittings. By ensuring
you have considered your total home comfort
before the Plan & Externals stage you can relax
in the knowledge you have made the best
choices for your family.