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Sound absorbing stone wool, PE netting, steel frame, solid wood cladding
Customize Your Quiet Space.
Whether you're looking to make a bold statement or simply add some calmness to your outdoor area, these fences give you the freedom to customise your quiet space and express your individual style.
Whether you prefer the natural beauty of wood or the sleek look of steel, Noistop Essential fences let you mix and match to your heart's content.
Well-being made easy
These fences are designed to be easy to install, thanks to their lightweight construction and the need for fewer posts.
Plus, with the option to choose two different claddings for the inside and outside, you can keep both yourself and your neighbour happy. No need to compromise on different tastes. That’s how easy it can be!
How Noistop Wood fences block noise.
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Sound Absorbing Stone Wool
Absorbs and diffuses sound waves, reducing the amount of noise that can pass through it. Stone wool is naturally fire resistant and has service lifetime of over 30 years.
Durable Polythene Netting
Highly durable mesh made from polyethylene. Protects the stone wool core while allowing the sound to be absorbed.
Galvanized Steel Frame
Perfect against harsh weather conditions due to the corrosion-resistant coating. Available in 5 different colours.
Quality pine wood with chrome-free impregnation from FSC certified suppliers to guard against moisture, rotting and insects. Available in natural or painted slats in brown or anthracite.
Wooden Cladding Specifications
Supports come in many sizes, all available in galvanized steel or powder coated standard colours:
3000x80x80x4 mm with footplate 250 x 250 x 10 mm
2000x80x80x3 mm with footplate 250 x 250 x 10 mm
1500x80x80x3 mm with footplate 250 x 250 x 10 mm
1000x80x80x3 mm with footplate 250 x 250 x 10 mm
Please find below our list of flyers, installation guides and product sheets.
Noistop offers powerful, functional and beautiful acoustic fences that can be used to solve many different noise challenges. Noise is everywhere around us and can be challenging to deal with.
Noistop effectively dampens noise at home in our gardens, around heat pumps, at outdoor areas in restaurants, in our schools and kinder gardens, at noisy machinery in industries, in supermarkets when trucks unload their goods, at sport courts such as padel and tennis, in skater parks and traffic noise from infrastructure etc.
Offering both privacy and noise reduction, Noistop is a powerful acoustic fence for multiple noise challenges in our modern living.
Private, residential areas
Serving as a beautiful perimeter protection, Noistop fences effectively solve challenges of:
Protection against traffic noise
Noise protection from neighbours
Acoustic isolation of heat pump noise
Acoustic noise reduction around swimming pools
Municipality and public areas
Minimize noise with Noistop fences in public areas:
Noise reduction at playgrounds and skater parks
Noise reduction from sport facilities, such as padel courts
Noise protection from waste- and recycling facilities
Noise protection around school and kinder garden outdoor areas
Noise challenges in commercial areas can be effectively overcome by Noistop fences:
Noise protection in outdoor gastronomy areas
Noise reduction from aircons and ventilation systems
Noise isolation from petrol stations and car wash facilities
Noise reduction from trucks offloading goods at supermarkets
Industrial areas are often associated with noise. Neighbours to industrial areas, or even their employees benefit from Noistop fences for:
Noise reduction from industrial machinery
Noise reduction from waste management
Acoustic noise isolation from pumps and ventilation systems
Outdoor hospitality areas
Campsites and resorts are often associated with noise challanges. Noistop fences aid in:
Protecting outdoor facilities against traffic noise
Acoustic isolation of heat pump and aircon noise
Noise reduction around pool areas and playgrounds
Perimeter acoustic isolation in campsites
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Find the right plants for your Noistop fence
The shown plants below can be recommended in connection with the installation of a Noistop noise fence. You should of course consider the soil conditions, water availability, light as well as orientation (North/East/South/West) and maintenance. We recommend that you contact a local gardener, who has knowledge about the local conditions.
Vines and climbing plants are increasingly popular in many gardens, and are very suitable for growing up a noise fence. The plants can grow high up the fence and thus ensure a green covering, even in small gardens with limited space. This is why noise fencing can help to create a sense of space – in addition to a quieter garden.
Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in part shade to full shade. Will also grow in full sun. Tolerates a wide range of soils, but prefers rich loams.
Climbing hydrangeas need a rich, moist soil that is well-drained. If your soil needs improvement, dig in a generous amount of compost before planting. The vine grows well in full sun or partial shade.
Best grown in well-dained sandly loams with regular moisture in full sun to part shade. Tolerant of a wide range of soil conditions. Plants are less apt to spread invasively in poor, lean soils.
Grape vines not only produce sweet and versatile fruits, they add an element of drama to a garden or landscape. They are vigorous growers, and with the proper pruning, they will produce fruit with ease and can last longer than 30 years.
Clematis montana is the best known of the early summer-flowering species, and has neat, flat, circular flowers about 4cm across in May and June. It isn't demanding special soil, as long as it gets fairly good light.
Climbing Rose "New Dawn"
A deservingly popular rose. Grow in full sun with fertile, humus-rich, moist but well-drained soil. For best flowering apply a balanced fertiliser and mulch in late winter or early spring and a balanced fertiliser again in early summer. Tolerant of poor soil, shade and a north aspect.