Acoustic Walls

To significantly reduce sound transmission, we use the BRC acoustic wall panel system to upgrade existing walls. Its slim composition makes only a minimum impact on your whole living space, while providing high-performance benefits.


Easy to install and available for fast delivery, our acoustic walls can be applied to existing plasterboard or lightweight wall structures. They are also ideal as a solution to noisy neighbours, or for any existing wall that has failed pre-completion testing.

Our acoustic walls are suitable for:

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  • Offices and office pods
  • Conference rooms
  • Home theatres or opera houses
  • Recording and broadcast studios
  • Schools and libraries
  • Hospitals
  • Auditoriums and gymnasiums
  • Nightclubs and bars
  • Sound insulation

Sound Insulation

Our acoustic walls adhere to Approved Document E of the Building Regulations Act 2000 and can provide insulation from noises that come from connecting or neighbouring buildings within a residential environment, common internal parts of a building, or in school areas.


  • Composition: 15mm acoustic triple layer laminated to a 15mm fire-rated plasterboard
  • Board size: 1180mm x 1180mm
  • Thickness: 30mm
  • Approved Document E airborne requirements
  • Refurbishment and conversion: 43dB
  • New build: 45dB

Fire protection

The acoustic panel is mechanically fixed to the existing wall and sealed with fire and acoustic sealant. Due to the non-combustible gypsum core, the plasterboard linings resist high temperatures, providing good protection from fire.

Plasterboard is designated a material of limited combustibility for the purposes of the national building regulations.

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  • Fire retardant properties
  • Sustainable – made from 100% recycled material
  • Tested on lightweight 100mm block wall in a UKAS-accredited laboratory
  • Any decorative finish can be applied after installation
  • Site and lab test data available upon request

Contact Us

With all your acoustic walls enquiries please call 01252 711972 or email us at

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