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One of the biggest residential noise complaints involves the sound of footsteps and squeaky floors. The squeaking that’s driving you crazy occurs naturally when floors settle and joists rub together with subflooring. There’s an easy solution: Green Glue Noiseproofing Joist Tape. The tape creates an airtight seal and dampens foot traffic, so that annoying squeaking becomes a thing of the past.
The benefits of using Green Glue Joist Tape are undeniable. By creating a seal that eliminates void spaces between joists and subflooring, this tape significantly reduces noise transmission caused by foot traffic and settles. Its simple installation process allows you to effortlessly incorporate it into flooring projects, ensuring a hassle-free experience. With a width of 50mm and a thickness of only 3.2mm, the tape won't compromise the finished ceiling height of the room, maintaining its aesthetic appeal.
Used between timber joists and floorboards to reduce impact noise
Eliminate squeaking floors
Quick and simple flooring upgrade
Measure and Cut:
Measure the length of the floor joists where you plan to apply the foam tape. Cut the tape to the appropriate lengths using scissors or a utility knife.
Apply the Foam Tape:
Peel off the backing of the foam tape and carefully apply it along the surface of the floor joists. Press down firmly to ensure good adhesion.
Cover Gaps and Joints:
Pay attention to any gaps or joints in the floor joists. The tape should cover these areas thoroughly to prevent sound leaks.
Consider Multiple Layers:
Depending on the level of soundproofing you need, you may consider applying multiple layers of foam tape. This can enhance the absorption of sound vibrations.
Combine with Other Soundproofing Methods:
Foam tape alone may not provide complete soundproofing. Consider combining it with other methods such as installing acoustic panels, using rugs or carpets, and sealing any gaps or cracks in walls.
Test the Results:
After installation, conduct a test to see how effective the soundproofing is. This can involve having someone walk or make noise above the treated floor joists while someone else listens in the room below.
Periodically check the condition of the foam tape to ensure it is still securely in place. Replace any damaged or worn-out tape to maintain optimal soundproofing.