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If you are designing a floating floor for a theater or recording studio, Rubber Joist Isolators are an affordable and effective way to decouple and soundproof your floors.
If you are designing a floating floor for a theater or recording studio, Rubber Joist Isolators are an affordable and effective way to decouple and soundproof your floors. Simply slip over standard lumber to achieve decoupled framing and improved soundproofing ratings (STC).
Rubber Joist Isolators are an affordable and effective way to decouple walls and ceilings. Simply attach to studs and continue construction and experience improved performance with any construction method.
- Easy to install
Rubber Joist Isolators Installation:
Used with standard 2x4 or 2x6 framing. Friction fit over joist faces - install new floor joists 16 o.c, spacing the Joist Isolators ever 12" to 24" along the joist.
Rubber Joist Isolators Specifications:
- Material: extruded rubber
- Applications: floor and ceiling wood beam isolators, wood stud isolation
- Thickness: 2 1/8" wide x 1 5/16" high x 1 31/32" long
- Carton size: 25 or 100 pieces
- Color: Black
Shipping & Liability Statement
$100 Minimum Order for FREE SHIPPING
Additional $25 Shipping Charge for orders less than $100.
Warehouse Fee of +$10 per order.
60 Days on all Returns All returned unused items are subject to warehouse and 20% re-stock fees. No Returns on Open/Partial Cases, Pails, Single Tubes, Outlet Putty Pads
The Soundproofing Company presents these products and construction concepts with the understanding that local Building Codes vary. It is the responsibility of the installer to ensure product is properly installed, and that these concepts meet local Building Code. The Soundproofing Company is not liable for mis-installation or non-compliance with local code.
Soundproofing Company, Inc.
527 W. Morley Dr. Saginaw, MI. 48601
Support: (800) 397-8791
Noisy floors are a significant and growing issue as more people are opting for hard surface flooring. This creates distinct soundproofing challenges. We offer solutions tailored to your commercial or residential needs.
Impact noise coming through a ceiling is one of the worst soundproofing problems. A footfall imparts a violent level of energy into the ceiling. We offer ceiling solutions to quiet even the most problematic footfall noise.
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