Gabion Walls & Fences - An Attractive Sound Proofing Solution
Gabion walls are an ideal solution for areas that have excessive noise problems. The Gabion wall acts as a noise barrier considerably reducing traffic and industrial noise. They can be built freestanding or as cladding on an existing interior or exterior walls. The inner core of a freestanding wire mesh Gabion wall can be fitted with sandbags, dampening sound even further. Prospect Contractors install Gabion noise walls and Rockweld soundproof fencing that not only act as a great sound barrier but are also impact resistant, creating a safe barrier between you and the road!
For more information read our Blog Post: Sound Proof Your Home With Gabions
Prospect Contractors built a noise wall outside the front of their new premises to help minimise the traffic noise from the busy main road. Sandbags were incorporated in the middle of each Gabion basket, helping to reduce noise even further.
Rocco Noise Barrier Wall
Location: Two Wells,
Prospect Contractors were contracted by a local resident, to build a noise wall adjacent to their property, to block out the traffic noise from the new Northern Expressway.
Freeling Rockweld Sound Wall
Location: Freeling South,
Prospect Contractors installed 14 Rockweld panels along the Thiele Highway. The sound reducing wall surrounds a new housing development at Freeling South.
Interior Gabion Cladding
Prospect Contractors installed Rockweld cladding to an existing wall in our new reception area to create a feature wall for the new sign. The wall has the added bonus of insulating and dampening noise!
Walkerville Rockweld Acoustic Fence
The owners of a home on a busy intersection of North East Road required a new fence that would help minimise the traffic noise. The 'tipped in' bluestone wall also provides a modern and stylish screen to their home.
Prospect Rockweld Sound Proof Fence
The owners of this house in Prospect wanted to update their old brush fence to a safer and more modern alternative. The fence also acts as a great sound barrier. The sandstone rock was 'hand-faced' as opposed to 'tipped in' creating a flat, uniform finish.