Nowadays, the mainstream door and window types are non-aluminum alloy doors and windows. The materials are durable and the overall performance can reach a good level. For users who pursue cost performance, aluminum alloy doors and windows are a good choice. Users can judge whether aluminum alloy doors and windows can achieve good sound insulation effects from the following aspects:
1.Glass is an important factor affecting the sound insulation effect of doors and windows. Hollow toughened glass not only has strong compression resistance, but also has an effective sound insulation effect. Generally speaking, insulating glass can meet most users' requirements for home sound insulation.
2. Look at hardware accessories. Hardware accessories are very important to the overall quality of doors and windows. Hinges, transmission boxes, handles, etc. all determine whether the opening and closing of doors and windows are smooth, and the tightness of closing doors and windows also affects the sound insulation effect of doors and windows. If the sealing of doors and windows is not strong enough, noise cannot be effectively blocked. In addition, the quality of hardware accessories will also affect the life of doors and windows.
3. Look at the installation process. The comprehensive performance of doors and windows achieves the desired effect, not only the quality of the doors and windows themselves, but also the installation process of the doors and windows. The installation of doors and windows must be very meticulous. Whether the installation of window frames, sealing strips, and glass is meticulous and without gaps, the installation process is rough, and the sound will still enter the room through the gaps.
All in all, when users choose soundproof aluminum alloy doors and windows, they look at the material and the craftsmanship. Both aspects affect the sound insulation effect of aluminum alloy doors and windows during use. In addition, users should pay attention to regular maintenance, and the aging parts need to be repaired and replaced in time, otherwise it will affect the airtightness of aluminum alloy doors and windows, thereby affecting the sound insulation of doors and windows.