A Soundproof Fence Barrier is easily installed or removed in less than one hour. NON-mold and UV tolerant, this material is virtually indestructible and works as a sound barrier.
Independent lab tests of the Soundproof Fence Barrier material show an STC of 28, representing approximately an 85% reduction in sound to the human ear. However, results will vary relative to surrounding sound reflective objects, i.e., buildings, and how much of the fence is installed.
The manufacturer suggests you consider your noise source as a bright light bulb on a very dark night. To reduce that light, the first step is to put a barrier (Soundproof Fence Barrier) between it and you, blocking the direct sunlight. Other objects in the area not blocked by the Soundproof Fence Barrier will, of course, reflect an amount of reduced light to you. Sound will act in the same manner.
The soundproof Fence Barrier material is extremely strong and engineered to withstand outdoor construction sites, highway environments, and most other outdoor applications. Total exposure to dirt, grease, oil, and mold is not a problem for Soundproof Fence Barrier. You can even drive over it without decreasing its effectiveness.
Having black anodized brass eyelets every 6 inches on the top edge and some on the bottom allows easy hanging or attaching of the fence to just about anything. Heavy-duty nylon wire ties are supplied with the wall, and stainless wire ties are available at additional cost. Multi-level construction projects can easily overlap multiple lengths of Soundproof Fence Barrier attached to scaffolding to achieve many floors of vertical height sound blockage.
Staggered wood shadow box privacy fences (which provide no acoustical privacy) can easily incorporate a Soundproof Fence Barrier without changing the visual appearance. Remove the vertical wood slats on your side of the fence, install the Soundproof Fence Barrier and reinstall the vertical wood slats. This is very quickly done and leaves the appearance intact while adding acoustical privacy. A hammer, small crowbar, screw gun, and some nonrusting screws should be all the tools required.