Soundproof sash windows & acoustic glass
Noise can be a big problem, especially if you live near railway lines, by busy roads, or next to a prime spot for seagull mating! By sound proofing and draught proofing your sash windows with acoustic glass, we can help you to reduce external noise and have a more restful, stress-free experience in your home.
By sound proofing and draught proofing your sash windows with acoustic glass, we can help you to reduce external noise and have a more restful, stress-free experience in your home.
Exceptional acoustic glass performance to minimise the effect of external noise pollution
For maximum acoustic comfort, we always use the best, Saint-Gobain STADIP SILENCE. Designed to minimise sound transmission through the glass, STADIP SILENCE is a laminated glass product with an interlayer which reducing the effect of external noise pollution, such as road traffic, trains and aircraft.
Available in a variety of thicknesses, it can be used in sash windows, casement windows and doors. Due to way it’s manufactured, it can always be used specified as saftey glass, so it’s ideal for floor to ceiling window applications. It’s also great for helping reduce levels of UV radiation from the sun which can cause fading of your soft furnishings.
Sash window noise reduction solutions
We offers a variety of sound proofing solutions to help increase the noise insulation properties of your sash windows. From discreet secondary glazing to sound proofing using acoustic glass, we can find the best option to effectively reduce noise coming through your sash windows.
Sound proofing comes in many different forms, and we offer a range of options to suit your needs:
- Acoustic glass – this works best for simple noise reduction. We’d recommend single glazed, acoustic glass, double glazing or laminated panes.
- Secondary glazing – works brilliantly for extreme noise, in areas such as flight paths or busy roads. This means you can keep your existing or original sashes, which is good for the environment and your pocket, as it is often more cost-effective that double or acoustic glazing.
- Draught proofing – we’d recommend this for overall simple noise reduction and reduced heat loss. This can also be supported by adding and double glazed, acoustic, laminated panes.
- For listed buildings, and when you are unable to replace the glass in your windows, we’d recommend draught proofing or secondary glazing as a great noise reduction alternative.