Soundproof flooring

Soundproof Flooring Solutions for Your Home in Stuart, FL

One aspect of flooring that should not be overlooked is how loud your flooring will be. Sound from chairs being pulled out, walking around in shoes, or kids playing can make it difficult to enjoy watching tv or get sleep in the other room.

Here are some flooring options and solutions to dampen the noise cause by flooring acoustics in your home! 

1. Carpet

Carpet and carpet tiles are usually the first option that comes to mind when mentioning soundproof flooring. Carpet with a padding underlay and higher pile is great at absorbing sound and providing unmatched comfort. 

2. Carpet Runners 

Not to be redundant with carpet, but carpet runners are a great way to reduce noise in high traffic areas like hallways and staircases. This not only helps with sound, but will also provide a safety factor, and show less wear and damage than scratched and worn hardwood. 

3. Area rugs 

Area rugs are a great option if you want to damped sound in your living room or bedroom without having to replace your hardwood or tile flooring. Adding a protective soundproofing underlayment will help with this even more! 

4. Luxury Vinyl 

The many benefits of luxury vinyl plank and tile flooring has made it one of the top choices with homeowners for years. An added benefit of luxury vinyl is the ability to add a soundproof underlayment. Not only is this a durable and cost-effective option, but one of the best hard surfaced flooring options that is sound resistant. 

5. Cork

Cork flooring is not only a great eco-friendly flooring option but provides comfort and shock resistance that make it much more forgiving than hardwood or tile flooring. Since this flooring is not always popular because it can stain easily and is susceptibility to damage, it can also make a create underlayment for flooring to be laid on top of. 
If you are in the market for new flooring, Flooring USA in Start, FL can help! Contact our team to schedule a consultation with our design team today! 

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