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Floating floor System and Room-Within-a-Room Structures Overview
A Box in Box structure is an independent structure (box) isolated from the main building structure using resilient mountings and we install it to our clients for optimum noise control.
Acoustic Floating Floor
Probably the most important component of any sound isolation system is the flooring and to achieve isolation the floors are generally floated. Typically the floors are constructed of concrete and are supported on elastomeric isolators (or spring) which also introduce the all important air gap.
Acoustically Isolated Walls
Once the flooring has been constructed and jacked to the required level, the walls may be constructed directly onto these floors. This then achieves the next element of 'box in box'
Acousticlly Isolated Ceiling
an acoustic ceiling (or lid) is required. Acoustic ceilings are generally suspended on drop rods on acoustic hangers from the soffit or timber joists. For short spans the ceiling joists are usually carried by the side walls.