• “With multifamily construction leading the charge of development over the past several years acoustic issues have only become more prevalent to developers, designers and tenants alike. Everyone in the industry is constantly searching for a “magic bullet” product.

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    The problem is that this “magic bullet” simply doesn’t exist. Noise in multifamily is a system approach, meaning that every component in either the floor/ceiling or wall assembly is crucial to the overall performance, including resilient channels. Some elements are more effective limiting the transfer of airborne and impact noise but in many circumstances building practices used have a huge effect of how the system will ultimately perform. As the technology of noise control products continue to improve, as well as their stated effectiveness, we cannot forget that quality control and attention to detail is still the most crucial step to limiting noise transfer…”

    Read the article, link is below!

    Multifamily Acoustics
    Walls & Ceilings
    By Daniel Gibson, Division Manager from Keene Building Products
    June 1, 2015

    Read article: http://www.wconline.com/articles/89694-multifamily-acoustics

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