Sound Insulation Testing in East Essex

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Sound Insulation Testing in East Essex

If you’re looking for professional, reliable sound insulation testing in East Essex towns, such as Harwich, Walton-on-the-Naze, Clacton, Mersea or Manningtree, then let us introduce ourselves. Here at HA Acoustics, we undertake a whole range of sound insulation tests, utilising over 10 years of expertise using fully trained, expert sound testing technicians. No sound insulation testing job is too big, small or too much trouble.

All our services are in accordance with BS EN ISO 140 and the Building Regulations Approved Document E – ‘Resistance to the Passage of Sound’. We’re quick and efficient too, so if you’re in a hurry or need something done quickly – get in touch online now for a free quote!

From new build developments to conversions and residential dwellings, we carry out a range of sound insulation testing in East Essex, including Harwich, Walton-on-the-Naze, Clacton, Mersea and Manningtree. Contact us online or call 0203 371 9801 to find out more today.

 

So, what exactly is sound insulation testing?

Sound insulation testing in East Essex by HA Acoustics

Sound insulation tests generally cover two types of noise; airborne and impact. Airborne sound is transmitted through the air. This could be in the form of a conversation, noise from a TV or music. Impact sound is when a sound physically hits something, like someone tapping on the wall or walking up the stairs. We test for these noises to make sure that residential dwellings comply with Part E of the Building Regulations, which sets out what a reasonable level of sound should be. This ensures residents live peacefully with acceptable levels of sound insulation.

If you need a sound insulation test carried out then get in touch today. Our sound insulation testing services cover Harwich, Walton-on-the-Naze, Clacton, Mersea and Manningtree in East Essex. Simply let us know which area you need us to visit you in when you ask for a quote.

 

What do I need to consider before a sound insulation test?

We definitely recommend getting in touch with us as early as you can. This will enable us to scope out the job and ensure the test goes smoothly without any problems. And to make life easier for yourself, follow our top tips below on how to get your dwelling insulation test-ready:

  • Ensure all windows have been installed and are fully glazes. Keep them closed on the day of your test.
  • Hang all your internal doors and close them on the day of your test.
  • Make sure ceilings and floors are finished as we unfortunately won’t be able to do an accurate test.
  • Make sure no cosmetic flooring has been laid.
  • Clear all rooms of people and belongings.
  • Fit all electrical sockets, light switches and skirting boards.
  • Make sure the dwelling is empty of people and things. We need full quietness to test, so make sure you book on a day where there’ll no tradesmen around or noisy work being carried out.
  • All dwellings need 240v (50Hz) mains power

 

Get a quote for sound insulation testing in East Essex

At HA Acoustics we price all our sound insulation tests fairly and competitively. Wherever you are in Harwich, Walton-on-the-Naze, Clacton, Mersea and Manningtree, we’re more than happy to discuss your requirements to ensure you get exactly what you need from your sound insulation test. Why not call 0203 371 9801 now to find out all you need to know about sound insulation testing for your property? Our team are super friendly and are experts in what they do, so you can be rest assured you’ll be getting the best service possible.

 

Do you require any other specialist acoustic assessments or noise consultancy services in Essex?

As well as sound insulation testing in East Essex, HA Acoustics acoustic engineers also deliver a full range of acoustic services including specialist mechanical plant testing, noise assessments for licensed premisesnoise at work assessmentssound insulation testing and a complete suite of other acoustic testing services that you may require.

To dive into the details of statutory regulations that guide our sound insulation testing, learn more about UK building regulations on Wikipedia.

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