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We’re all becoming more environmentally aware with eco-friendly versions of everything from light bulbs to wall paint. But when it comes to the very fabric of your home, it’s often too late and too expensive to opt for green building materials.

With hundreds of soundproofing solutions available in the current market place for commercial and domestic use, Sound Service (Oxford) Ltd manufacture from sustainable materials such as recycled rubber where possible.

“Very often, homeowners and tenants want to do their bit for the environment but can’t find a way that fits in with their budget and domestic requirements,” said Stephen Young, Office Manager. “Even in new builds, it’s hard to incorporate eco-friendly materials into things such as walls and floors. But with our range of recycled soundproofing solutions, practical home improvement is both affordable and socially responsible.”

According to World Health statistics, half of the UK population is currently being exposed to more than the recommend levels of noise pollution, making soundproofing materials an excellent starting point for those wanting to go green in their home.

Even noisy neighbours can be given the green treatment with a 100% recycled rubber Acousticel wall panel. Designed to upgrade the sound insulation properties of party walls in the home and all types of domestic properties, the rubber mats are an environmentally friendly way to insulate a noisy neighbour with a minimum loss of room space.

What has Sound Service achieved so far?

Replaced 50 % of their soundproofing product range with recycled products or products offering a better sustainable index.

Managed to recycle 146,940 rubber car tires which equates to 1,634 tons of rubber with just two products.

To find out how to enjoy an environmentally effective sense of peace and quiet, log on to

To obtain your free product samples and for advice on how they can reduce noise in your home/workplace please call 0845 363 7131 or visit their website

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Please contact Tom Sykes on 0845 363 7131 (Option 5) or email with any queries.

A copy of our Green Policy can be seen here

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