Why Sound Proofing Your Home Is Energy Efficient

by Galaxy Insulation Independent insulation supplier


The world is witnessing rising energy bills for many reasons now that most of us work from home.  Also, extreme temperatures can increase the demand for cooling and heating.  It is all the more important than ever to build energy-efficient homes that render smart solutions to our daily needs. One of the best ways to make the home energy efficient is by soundproofing homes that only add to one’s comfort and better well-being in the long run. 

Acoustic insulation offers added benefits to a household making it more sustainable. Nowadays, every other building and structure is designed with some form of insulation in the exterior walls and ceilings. 

3 Ways Sound Proofing A home Is Energy Efficient 

House owners can opt for many options to deal with unwanted sound. Installing soundproof ceiling tiles is a quick, easy, and affordable way to cut the unwanted sound in a section of a house or altogether. 

#1 Saves  Energy Bills

Three main factors come into play when soundproofing a home.  Size of the house, its age, and the type of acoustic insulation one would like to opt for. Depending on it, energy-efficient measures can be adopted, which will save energy bills in the long run. One can soundproof their windows, floors, and doors and especially the roof with suspended ceiling tiles. Acoustic insulations are great value for money and their benefits.

Also, soundproofing your home improves the sound quality in rooms to a great extent. This is all the important for those who like to raise the volume a little bit higher in leisure time. Be it small gigs, movie nights, or festive get-togethers, now one doesn’t have to think twice about the reaction of neighbors.

#2 Controls  Noise Bleeding

Soundproofing ceilings aims to control noise bleeding of a room through a ceiling system. Unwanted noise in a building can penetrate from many directions through the common ceiling/floor, from downstairs to up and vice versa, or perhaps the most common way from the room. Be it any situation, the objective of acoustic insulation is to trap these unwanted sounds and provide more protection against the distrustful noise being heard. A suspended ceiling system breaks the connection points to the floor above and below and lines your ceiling with extra weight. This forces the collapse of transmitting noise by up to 80% which is instrumental in ensuring that no unwanted noise penetrates inside the homes. 

#3 Save On Lighting 

One of the best things about sheffield insulation is that they do a great job when it comes to reflecting the light into the room. This means that you can save on lighting utility costs, in the long run. Invest to make your home more energy-efficient without having to put up with more lighting in large spaces. There are so many different acoustic variations available that it is easy to customise the look of any room which will still stand out without having to shell chunks of money. 

Wrapping Up 

Treating ceilings is one of the best ways to reduce the transmission of noise and their gaining immense popularity because of their cost-effective and energy-efficient solutions. At Galaxy Insulation & Dry Lining, we offer high-quality and innovative acoustic insulation solutions to our clients. Be it metal ceiling tiles for large space offices. Or baffle ceiling systems for cozy rooms, we can transform your entire space to something that is more sustainable, energy-efficient, and most of all gives your privacy for comfortable living. 

We partner with leading acoustic brands to deliver quality service and our in-house technical professionals would be happy to guide you on all high-performance acoustic products. To know more about what we have in store for you, contact us today, and let’s kickstart by resolving all your unwanted sound problems.

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