Many people think concrete construction is better than wood-frame when it comes to sound resistance between apartments, but you just might change your mind when you experience Adera‘s new Superior Acoustic Specification 2.0 at Prodigy at UBC. The system earned third-party acoustical test results equal to, or in some cases, better than concrete construction built to code using standard metrics. This feat is achieved through enlarged air gaps in the sound attenuation mat and increased material thickness and gaskets. Check out the below video for more or see the cut-away model on display at the presentation centre.
Priced from $411,900, homes in the six-storey project are scheduled to be completed this summer. To learn more, visit Prodigy‘s new onsite sales centre at 118 – 6033 Gray Avenue (at UBC) in Vancouver.
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