Tired of listening to traffic when you're supposed to be enjoying the tranquility of your yard? Your backyard should be a private oasis. 

If you are sick of dealing with traffic noise that interrupts your day, we have got you covered. 

Take a look at our tips for noise reduction and get in touch for more information about our traffic noise reduction fences.  

How to Reduce Traffic Noise in my Backyard 

There are a number of reasons why you might want to soundproof your yard. The following solutions are suitable for people who want to: 

  • Block out traffic noise 
  • Reduce the sound of noisy neighbours 
  • Increase privacy in the backyard 
  • Reduce the sound of wind 

No matter the reason for your noise reduction needs, we have some advice for you. 

Noise Reducing Fence 

Thanks to modern technology, you can fix just about any landscaping problem these days. Luckily, there have been many developments to fencing materials over the years. 

The talented team at Modular Walls have a range of residential and commercial acoustic fences that are designed specifically for noise reduction. Their acoustic barriers are proven to reduce noise by up to 20+dB. 

This is an extensive reduction that halves the noise that human ears can pick up on. 

There are three different acoustic Modular Wall styles available through our fencing team.

The Slimwall

The Slimwall

This option is 50mm thick and is one of the more affordable sound reduction fences on the market. You can order this style in heights up to 2.1m.

The Vougewall

The Voguewall

The Voguewall is for homeowners who want more decorative options for their Modular Wall. It is highly versatile and has a quick installation time. 

This style is 75mm thick and can be up to 3m in height. 

The Estatewall

The Estatewall

This style of fence mirrors a double brick wall for a grand effect. 

The Estatewall is 75mm thick and can be up to 3m in height. 

Noise Reduction Landscaping 

Wouldn't it be great to know how to reduce traffic noise in my backyard in every way possible?  

After you’ve installed an acoustic fence, there are some other ways you can soundproof your garden. One way to do this is with the landscaping. 

Here are some tips for reducing sound in your yard: 

  • Water features create a layer of pleasant background noise that will dampen the sound of traffic 
  • Planting noise blocking plants (like dense hedging) around the perimeter of your yard will add another layer of acoustic proofing to your yard 
  • Sunken outdoor spaces can create a great soundproofing solution with help from the layer of soil that will dampen extra sounds 
  • Wind chimes and any other distractions will help to drown out traffic noise 
  • Decorative panels attached to the fence or mounted in the garden will add another layer of sound deflection 

Contact Jim’s Fencing Today 

Instead of googling how to reduce traffic noise in my backyard, call us and talk to an expert. We can talk you through the sound reduction options and find a style of fence that suits you. 

Contact us on 131 546 or fill in the online form for a free quote. 

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