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Sound proofing your car truck or van will make a huge difference to the overall enjoyment of your vehicle taking away nasty road noise and overall tyre roar.

After soundproofing the vehicle can then be trimmed to cover over any metal on show.


When it comes to sound proofing we don't cut corners, we see lots of cars and vans that have been sound proofed previously only to find that when we remove the the panels all of the material has come away from the metal and is no longer doing its job. This can be because of a number of reasons mainly cheap products and bad prep. The same comes to trimming many companies use cheap materials and adhesive meaning your trimming work starts to look tired and old after a very short period of time. 


Our main sound proofing material is dynamat extreme. We use this is all metal panels and on the backs of plastic trim. Dynamat Xtreme is a thin, super sticky butyl rubber bonded to an aluminum alloy skin. Once this is applied it stays stuck! even in extreme heat it will not peal from roof or inner door skins. 

Please call for costings. 


After dynamating then Dynaliner can be applied to damping noise even more as well as reducing heat.Dynaliner is the most effective automotive lightweight thermal insulator available, and perfect to use on top of Dynamat Xtreme. It is a soft, self-adhesive closed cell rubber with thousands of cells packed extremely close together, which gives the material near zero air infiltration occurrences. This is the key to its ability to reduce heat, as well as resist oil and water. Since it will not hold water, it will not promote rust or mildew like most under carpet padding and thermal insulators.



Carpet trimming or van trimming as people call it is something we pride our selves on. in the gallery is some examples of van lining after sound proofing. We also trim our own made panels and small interior trim panels how ever we do draw the line at anything that needs stitching.

Call now to discuss your van lining needs. 

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