What are acoustic doors?

Today’s home and work environments can greatly benefit from acoustic doors. They are suitable for areas that require higher sound insulation that usual as in schools, clinics, studios and other others that need sound control through the doorway.

With the help of acoustic doors, any interactions that are private are confined to the right space.

Pivot door acoustics

Quash™ can provide acoustic timber or glass doors ranging from an entry level acoustic door with acoustic seals to a high performing acoustic door complete with door frame, acoustic seals and hardware.

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Retrofitted sliding door sound proofing

There are variations for acoustic door applications, depending on the location and room’s function.

The Quash™ secondary aluminium door is integral to reducing the transfer of noise from outside to inside. This is an add-on glazing system that creates a double glazed unit which reduces noise transmission through existing doors by up to 70%.

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Why Quash™ door sound proofing?

  • Custom designed to suit all existing applications
  • Acoustically tested
  • Improved thermal efficiency for external doors

What are people saying about Quash™?

Quash PerthQuash Soundproofing
5 Stars - Based on 21 User Reviews
Cassy PearsonCassy Pearson

When I first started investigating sound absorption, I phoned around to three companies, two of which were over east and they recommended I call Nigel after learning we were based in Perth. After speaking with Quash I could see why they came so highly recommended, they are clearly experts in the product and were able to suggest a quick and cost effective solution for the sound issue in our retail store. Customer service was fantastic and I will definitely use Quash services again.

Ozzy Man ReviewsOzzy Man Reviews

Quash soundproofed me bedroom windows at home. They did a top notch job. Not only is traffic noise reduced significantly, but I also don't have to listen to the boofhead next door trying to play his Ukulele all the time. Don't get me wrong, learning an instrument is hard and takes practise and I'm sure the bloke will get better. I'd just like the option to block him out as he learns and then I'll open the double glazed windows up in a few months once he's a maestro. Bloody win/win.

Success stories featuring door sound proofing

Our sound proofing team have installed solutions for homes, apartments and other locations – both residential and commercial across Perth and WA. We hope to make your home or office our next sound proofing success story.