Acoustilay is an acoustic flooring system combining both mass and resilience to help reduce airborne noise (TV, music, speech), and impact noise (footsteps, etc).

It can be used to introduce effective soundproofing in many domestic, residential and commercial environments.

Key features

  • 3 different grades: Acoustilay 15 / 8 / 3mm
  • Improves performance of timber and concrete substrates
  • Suitable for use beneath a variety of floor finishes
  • Easily cut and shaped
  • Minimises increase in floor level
  • Easily and quickly installed
  • Can be used to meet Part E of the Building Regulations
  • Can allow access to existing floor
  • 100% recyclable
  • Sourced and manufactured in the UK

Acoustilay 15 (15mm thick and 15kg per sqm)

All-round soundproofing flooring system. Enough mass and resilience to reduce airborne and impact noise, and suitable for use beneath a wide range of floor finishes. Can be used to meet Part E of the Building regulations or just for high-level domestic comfort.

Acoustilay 8 (12mm thick and 8kg per sqm)

For use beneath timber and laminate floor finishes where impact noise is a major concern, but still with enough mass to eliminate some airborne noise too. Particularly useful where carpets are being replaced with timber floor finishes in flats and apartments and increased sound insulation is required. Can also be used to meet Part E of the Building regulations or just for high-level domestic comfort.

Acoustilay 3 (10mm thick and 3kg per sqm)

Perfect for use on concrete floors beneath carpets, where impact noise is the only concern. The highest performing impact noise product for concrete floors on the market.

Building Regulations Part E

Acoustilay can be used above most lath and plaster and resiliently fixed, double plasterboard ceilings to bring the overall floor/ceiling construction up to the standards of Building Regulations Approved Document E (2003).


Acoustilay is an acoustic flooring system combining both mass and resilience to help reduce airborne noise (TV, music, speech), and impact noise (footsteps, etc).

It can be used to introduce effective soundproofing in many domestic, residential and commercial environments.

Key features

  • 3 different grades: Acoustilay 15 / 8 / 3mm
  • Improves performance of timber and concrete substrates
  • Suitable for use beneath a variety of floor finishes
  • Easily cut and shaped
  • Minimises increase in floor level
  • Easily and quickly installed
  • Can be used to meet Part E of the Building Regulations
  • Can allow access to existing floor
  • 100% recyclable
  • Sourced and manufactured in the UK

Acoustilay 15 (15mm thick and 15kg per sqm)

All-round soundproofing flooring system. Enough mass and resilience to reduce airborne and impact noise, and suitable for use beneath a wide range of floor finishes. Can be used to meet Part E of the Building regulations or just for high-level domestic comfort.

Acoustilay 8 (12mm thick and 8kg per sqm)

For use beneath timber and laminate floor finishes where impact noise is a major concern, but still with enough mass to eliminate some airborne noise too. Particularly useful where carpets are being replaced with timber floor finishes in flats and apartments and increased sound insulation is required. Can also be used to meet Part E of the Building regulations or just for high-level domestic comfort.

Acoustilay 3 (10mm thick and 3kg per sqm)

Perfect for use on concrete floors beneath carpets, where impact noise is the only concern. The highest performing impact noise product for concrete floors on the market.

Building Regulations Part E

Acoustilay can be used above most lath and plaster and resiliently fixed, double plasterboard ceilings to bring the overall floor/ceiling construction up to the standards of Building Regulations Approved Document E (2003).


 
 
 
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