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Suspended

Acoustic Flooring
Features
Airborne Noise
Impact Noise
Floor Access
Void Space

About suspended systems

Suspended floors are used to accommodate to run electrical wires and other such elements under the floorboards because it doesn’t touch the ground, it will absorb less moisture from the earth so it limits structural damage from damp which is a benefit if your home is in an area with poor drainage.
The systems work by the floorboards being attached to floor joists/ battens, which are suspended above the subfloor of the foundation, creating a cavity between the subfloor and floorboards.
Some of the systems work in hand with access flooring, allowing the client remove one access point to get the the underfloor applications, opposed to ripping the whole section out or being required to put the applications in the suspended ceiling/ tracking around the perimeter.

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