Construction Barricade Fence with Sound Curtains

Construction Barricade Fence with Sound Curtains

construction barricade fence sound curtainseNoise Control’s construction barricade fence is a quilted sound curtain that attaches to an existing structure. This product performs better than a standard wood fence at mitigating noise. It does an outstanding job of blocking and absorbing sound at construction sites.

The outdoor sound blankets can be installed or removed in less than one hour. The curtain facing is tolerant of UV exposure and mold resistant. The material is virtually indestructible and does a superior job as a sound barrier. The exterior grade vinyl material will not develop or hold odors. Because the blankets do not weigh more when wet, there will be no additional structural requirements for your fence. The curtains are easy to clean – a power washer can remove almost anything, including graffiti.

Independent lab tests of the construction barrier fence material shows an STC of 27. This represents a reduction in noise levels of approximately 85%. However, barrier fence performance will vary depending on the height and length of the fence. Another variable to performance is the number of objects or building walls that reflect noise in close proximity. eNoise Control can help you with your project by advising the most effective barricade wall based on your specific job site.

outdoor-transfer-pump-sound-curtain-construction-siteFeatures of Outdoor Sound Curtains:

  • Only 1/8″ thick
  • UV tolerant
  • Easy to install or remove from existing fence
  • Impervious to water
  • Will not hold oil or fluids
  • Mold and mildew resistant
  • Vermin proof
  • Easily washable
  • Made in the USA

Contact eNoise Control for your construction noise problem. Our products are effective at dampening disruptive noise at construction sites. Our experience with noise ordinances will help you select the best product for your site and budget. Expedited lead times are available if you need the curtains fast to meet your project deadlines.