Acoustic Panels, Soundproofing and more

The one-stop-shop for all things acoustic

Full range of acoustic panels and soundproofing materials available at ClearSound

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From acoustic wall panels and rafts, through to acoustic furniture, lighting and soundproofing materials; we have the right product for your needs. Most products are available in numerous sizes and shapes and many can be customised to suit your individual requirements

Reduce reverb and sound transmission

Discover our range of high-quality acoustic panels that are designed to reduce noise, echo, and reverberation, providing a comfortable and productive environment for work or relaxation.

Our acoustic panels come in a variety of colors, patterns, and textures, allowing you to create a customized design that complements your space's aesthetics.

Made from durable and long-lasting materials, our acoustic panels are easy to install and maintain, providing a practical and affordable solution for improving the acoustics of any room.

In-house acoustic experts

We have a team of in-house acoustic experts on hand to help with any project; big or small. ClearSound – the number one choice when choosing where to buy acoustic panels

Combat noisy neighbours

We have a range of products and the expertise to hand to help you block out sound from noisy neighbours with soundproofing materials that are designed to reduce noise transfer between rooms, providing greater privacy and a more peaceful environment.

Our soundproofing materials come in various forms, including wall insulation and isolation, ceiling insulation, and floor underlay, providing a comprehensive solution for noise reduction.

Made from high-quality materials, our soundproofing solutions are easy to install and provide long-lasting results, making them an excellent investment for any property owner.

Industrial, Refurbishment and New-Build Soundproofing

We have a range of products aimed at combatting industrial noise. The UK government has guidelines for minimum levels of performance of buildings in relation to sound which can be found here

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