Acoustic Foam Tiles & Soundproofing Foam Kits

Foam Direct specialises in the design and manufacture of acoustic foam products. Our factory is equipped with advanced CNC foam cutting machinery. This allows us to create precision-cut acoustic tiles, bass traps and corner cubes in a variety of shapes and colours.

If you’re looking for effective acoustic treatment, you’ve come to the right place. When you buy from Foam Direct, you’re buying straight from the manufacturer. That means you’ve got full support from our team of foam experts and you’ll pay less than purchasing from a third-party supplier.

Below, you’ll find the full range of acoustic products which we currently offer. We stock acoustic tiles, corner cubes and bass traps in grey, red and blue. Look out for more styles in the future!

Want to know more? Then get in touch! We can provide you with expert advice and help you find the perfect acoustic foam products. Call 01494 441177 or visit our contact page.

Soundproofing Foam For Pros – UK Made Acoustic Foam

acoustic foam panels

We’ve been creating foam products here in the UK for more than 40 years. Our foam is sourced from the world’s leading and most trusted manufacturers.

We only use premium foam grades in the creation of our acoustic foam products and they’re all made by our team, here in the UK. Our acoustic foam has an NRC rating of 0.85. Meaning it can absorb up to 85% of soundwave energy. This is a far greater rating than the general industry standard.

Foam Direct is ISO 9001 approved. We conform to strict quality control specifications to ensure that your products are the very best they can be.

Our factory is equipped with some of the latest and most advanced foam cutting machinery, including CNC foam cutters. Each soundproofing foam panel, bass trap and corner cube is precision cut and guided by computer-aided machinery. The foam cutters we employ are some of the most skilled in the business. We heavily invest in their training to ensure this.

Our acoustic products exceed UK Fire Safety requirements. They are suitable for use in both domestic and commercial buildings. This includes recording studios, home cinemas, workshops, public buildings, sports facilities, listening rooms, home studios and much more. If you would like to know more about the fire safety standards of our foam, please feel free to contact us.

When you buy from Foam Direct, you’re helping to support British manufacturing. Everything we sell is created here in the United Kingdom and that will never change.

We’re here to provide you with expert foam knowledge and advice. If there’s something you’re unsure of, our team will do their best to provide you with the best answer.  You can contact us on the telephone from 9 AM – 5 PM Monday – Thursday and 9 AM – 3 PM on a Friday. Simply call 01494 441177. If you’d prefer to send us an email, you can do so by visiting our contact page.

Who we have worked with

Need soundproofing foam? We can help you! Above are just some of the companies who trust our expertise. We can help you the same way we helped them. Join the thousands of customers who have chosen Foam Direct and you can be rocking out in your new home recording studio or watching a movie in your new cinema room as quickly as tomorrow.

What is Acoustic Foam?

Our acoustic foam tiles and bass traps excel in the ability to absorb sound wave energy. The foam is created from a combination of polyurethane foam and melamine foam.

When properly mounted in a room with acoustic issues, acoustic foam helps to improve audio quality. Because of this, soundproofing foam products are often used in areas where the best quality of sound is the most important.

Where Soundproofing Foam is Used

acoustic foam guitar studio

You’ll often find soundproofing foam tiles and bass traps mounted inside the likes of recording studios, rehearsal rooms and home cinemas.

However, the use of these products is not strictly limited to areas such as this. Acoustic products have rapidly grown in popularity. They are becoming commonplace in a wide range of different rooms and areas.

Places such as restaurants, bars, nightclubs, educational buildings, public transport facilities, event venues and more are adopting the use of soundproofing foam. This is likely because these products are often cheaper than many other acoustic treatment options. Soundproofing foam is also considered easier to install than other, more invasive alternatives.

Acoustic Tiles & Bass Traps for YouTube Channels

youtuber acoustic foam wall

Many individuals with YouTube channels use soundproofing foam panels and bass traps to help improve sound quality in the videos they create. Mounting acoustic tiles and bass traps in a room where voice recording takes place is a simple and relatively inexpensive procedure.

Youtubers are always looking for new ways to enhance their videos for audiences. Foam Direct has added a new line of red and blue acoustic products. These colourful variants can help to add new visually appealing dynamics to videos, as well as improve the quality of recorded sound.

If you’re a content creator, why not take a look? The same principle applies to streamers on Twitch, for voiceover artists, musicians and much more. Many different groups of people choose to use soundproofing foam to help improve audio quality.

Working From Home With Soundproofing Foam

More people than ever before are now working from home. Whilst the idea of working at home sounds appealing, it’s a difficult thing to get used to. There are certainly some preparations that one can undertake to make the process better.

With many meetings now being held virtually on the likes of, Skype Zoom and Microsoft Teams, getting the best audio quality you can is certainly useful. If you find the acoustics in your home office are poor, try using our soundproofing foam products.

Soundproofing foam tiles placed in the correct positions around your home office can dramatically help to improve the sound you and others can hear.

If you’ve got an important meeting scheduled, you don’t want vital pieces of information being lost to poor audio quality. You can also invest in a better quality headset/microphone to aid in this.

We offer soundproofing foam tiles and acoustic foam bass traps in three distinct and attractive colours including red, blue and classic studio grey.

Our soundproofing foam products are precision cut using CNC equipment to maintain consistency. No longer will you have to rely on that fake office background. Our soundproofing foam is not only great at improving audio quality, it also looks stylish whilst doing so.

How Acoustic Foam Works

direct vs indirect sound

Sound waves come in many different frequencies. These range from high frequencies to low (known as bass). When sound waves are expelled from a source, they must travel to your ear for you to be able to register them.

Some sound waves travel directly from the source to your ear. These are referred to as direct sound waves. These waves tend to produce clear, uninhibited sound.

However, some sound waves (known as indirect sound waves) bounce off surfaces before reaching your ear. These waves cause delays and interference in both live and recorded sound.

By installing soundproofing foam in a room with sound issues, you can help to prevent this interference. Acoustic foam softens vulnerable surfaces that indirect sound waves are likely to ricochet from.

Because of the nature of this foam, it can absorb a percentage of the energy contained within sound waves. If a sound wave contains less energy, it can’t travel as far and won’t interfere with sound quality.

High frequencies contain less energy than low frequencies (bass). High-frequency sound waves can generally be controlled with acoustic panels. For low frequencies though, you’ll require bass traps. Bass tends to travel to room corners. Therefore, we install thick pieces of foam (bass traps) to help control them.

Buy Soundproofing Foam At Foam Direct

soundproof foam panels

We’ve made it simple for you to buy soundproofing foam products here on our website. Just look at our product pages to learn more about each individual type.

You can buy acoustic foam tiles, bass traps and corner cubes in a variety of colours. We even stock an acoustic room kit if you need the full soundproofing foam package. It contains everything you’ll need to improve the quality of your sound.

We never like to shy away from a challenge though. If you have a unique acoustic product in mind, we may be able to help you. We’re experts in creating bespoke soundproofing foam products. Contact a member of our team today to discuss your options.

Acoustic Foam FAQs

To help you get the best acoustic treatment for your project, we’ve put together a list of frequently asked questions and answers. If you would like to know more or have any other questions about our acoustic foam products, please contact a member of our team.

What Colour Acoustic Foams Do You Stock?

As well as our standard studio grey acoustic foam, we also stock our collection of bass traps, acoustic tiles and corner cubes in red and blue. These colours can be used interchangeably for visual effect. For example, if you require 48 acoustic tiles to treat your space, you could order 24 grey tiles and 24 red tiles.

Do You Offer Acoustic Treatment Room Kits?

Yes, you can purchase both our acoustic foam tiles and bass traps as a single set for a fuller range of acoustic treatment. Room kit sizes includes 24 tiles & 4 bass traps, 24 tiles & 6 bass traps, 48 tiles & 8 bass traps and 72 tiles & 16 bass traps.

What Are Acoustic Corner Cubes For?

Acoustic corner cubes are designed to be used in conjunction with our SoundFix acoustic foam bass traps. They are designed to fill the corners of your rooms with acoustic foam and allow for proper alignment of bass traps below, as well as on the left and right sides. Like the rest of our acoustic products, our corner cubes are available to purchase in grey, red or blue.

How is Acoustic Foam Mounted?

One of the most common ways to mount acoustic foam to surfaces is by using a suitable spray adhesive. For example, if you wish to mount acoustic foam to a wooden surface, you could use a good quality carpet spray adhesive. If you wish to mount your acoustic foam to a brick surface a good quality spray contact adhesive would be suitable. Of course, there are a variety of ways to mount acoustic foam. We suggest you explore your options to give you a better idea about which method works best for you.

Where Can Acoustic Foam be Used?

Acoustic foam can be used to enhance the acoustics of many different types of rooms and spaces. From home cinemas to office buildings; recording studios to dyno cells, acoustic foam is a great way of making the acoustics in your area of choice clearer and uninhibited.

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