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Soundproofing under tile on above grade concrete by Anonymous on May 23, 2018 @07:30

                              
Anyone have suggestions for a sound proofing underlayment for large format tile on an above grade concrete slab floor. .??
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Re: Soundproofing under tile on above grade concrete by Anonymous on May 23, 2018 @07:37 [ Reply ]
We've tried this mortar product by lacrete which sets up to sort of a rubberized layer but it's way way expensive,........like ninety bucks a bag.

Anyone used cork roll or sheets ?
Re: Soundproofing under tile on above grade concrete by MrDan on May 29, 2018 @00:12 [ Reply ]
There are several products that will achieve what you desire, cork underlayment is not one of them as it requires increasing the floor height by the requirement of a layer of cement board and multi layers of thin-set mortar.

You need to be sure exactly what degree of sound proofing you need to achieve first if this is a condo association issue.

The following products when installed correctly will meet the following;

Impact Insulation Class IIC 72 and Sound Transmission Class STC 71

Proflex 90
Super Soundproofing™

Both will run just over $2.00 per foot for materials, but should meet your situation. You will not find the correct products at the big box stores, only from those who specialize in commercial sound proofing.

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