Acoustic Plastering System Suffolk
Posted on 13 August 2023
Pacy & Wheatley Acoustics recently worked on a project installing an acoustic plaster system at Gainsborough's House in Sudbury, Suffolk. The project aimed to efficiently install a Fade Acoustic Plaster system in a historic building, which was once the childhood home of the painter Thomas Gainsborough. The building has been in operation as a museum since 1961 and recently underwent extensive renovations to create a national gallery for Gainsborough's works at Gainsborough's House. Pacy & Wheatley Acoustics is proud to have been involved in this project and played an important part in the redevelopment.
We were tasked with installing Fade Acoustic Plaster to 313m2 of walls and ceiling in the house. Instructed by Thomas Sinden to carry out the work, our team faced some challenges but successfully completed the installation. The building's high ceiling posed a particular problem, but our installers worked together with Thomas Sinden to complete the installation efficiently. We installed a Fade 25mm system with a 2-3 mm render, which provided a class B acoustic solution. The acoustic plaster is designed to control reverberations within the space, resulting in a quiet environment suitable for a museum and gallery. Our team enjoyed working together with Thomas Sinden on this interesting project and hopes to work with them again in the future.
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