The sound of raindrops on the ground makes people feel relaxed, but the sound of raindrops on metal is very unfriendly. In particular, the sound of hail falling on the metal roof lasts for more than one minute and it will make people feel broken.
We fully understand how homeowners feel about noise. In this article, we will discuss how to make a metal roof soundproof and reduce noise.
1. Increase the ceiling sound insulation layer
A sound insulation layer is added between the metal roof tiles and the ceiling, which can play a good role in sound insulation and heat insulation. You can use the attic space to install ceiling sound insulation. The most common and economical insulation materials include spray foam and insulation batting, and there are many options.
2. Reject the looseness of the metal roof
Metal roofs that are loosely connected can cause frictional noise when strong winds strike.
Check the fasteners on the roof to ensure that they are not loose due to corrosion or other reasons. If there is no corrosion, please tighten them. If they are corroded, they need to be replaced immediately even if they can continue to be used.
3. Install the roof liner
When installing for the first time, the gasket installation step as the built-in part precedes the roof panel. The advantage of adding padding on the roof is energy-saving, and it is also a good way to reduce noise and sound insulation.
4. Choose the right metal roof
Choose a suitable metal roof to reduce noise at the source. Different types have different noise sensitivity. JHL stone-coated steel roofing reduces noise at the source, and stone coating on the surface can reduce noise.