Do you need sound insulation testing in North Hertfordshire?
If so, then HA Acoustics are here to help. With over 10 years of experience in Sound Insulation Testing in North Hertfordshire and across the UK, we’re expert acoustic consultants and noise engineers who are dedicated to getting you the best results. There are many reasons why you might need a Sound Insulation Test for your North Hertfordshire property but ultimately, it tests separating walls and floors to check for airborne and impact travel through new or existing buildings. Sound insulation testing ensures that new build developments, residential, commercial or public buildings comply with BS EN ISO 140 and the Building Regulations Approved Document E.
Call the sound insulation testing experts in North Hertfordshire now on 0203 371 9801 to find out more about sound insulation testing.
Professional Sound Insulation Testing
As a leading acoustic testing specialist, with a team of expert acoustic engineers at the ready, we cover all areas for sound insulation testing in North Hertfordshire, including Baldock, Hitchin, Letchworth, Roystone and Great Ashby. If you need a professional sound test for your property, get in touch today to see how we can help.
Do you need a sound insulation test?
If you are involved in any of the following then you’ll require a sound insulation test:
- Creating flats from a single dwelling.
- Building two or more new homes or flats.
- Building residential dwellings, like a hotel or nursing home.
- Have designs that don’t comply with Robust Construction Details. Robust Construction helps architects and builders design their separating walls and floors to meet the sound performance parameters required to comply with building regulations.
Our team cover all areas for sound insulation testing in North Hertfordshire, including Baldock, Hitchin, Letchworth, Roystone and Great Ashby, whether you need to test a new development, existing property, flats or residential properties.
Contact us online or call 0203 371 9801 now to discuss sound insulation testing in North Hertfordshire or across the South East of England.
Why do I need a sound insulation test?
A sound insulation test is required to make sure that your residential development, be it a house, flat or larger building, provides a reasonable resistance to the passage of sound. This essentially means that residents should be able to live in their home without hearing too much noise coming from next door. There are two types of sound that we test for in North Hertfordshire. This is airborne sound; noise transmitted through the air (like a conversation) or impact noise; footsteps on the floor or tapping on the wall, for example.
Why not call 0203 371 9801 to find out more about sound insulation testing?
How do we carry out a sound insulation test?
It mostly depends on how big the development needing a sound insulation test is but typically, a development that’s under 10 dwellings in size will need a test that includes 2 airborne wall tests, 2 airborne floor and 2 impact floor tests. However, if you get in touch with us stating your exact requirements and development size, we can give you a bespoke quote.
Contact us for a bespoke quote for sound insulation testing in North Hertfordshire
If you’re located in North Hertfordshire and its towns of Baldock, Hitchin, Letchworth, Roystone and Great Ashby, we’re more than happy to help. Contact us online or call us on 0203 371 9801 to discuss your requirements, or get expert advice on your next project.
HA Acoustics provide the full range of specialist acoustic consultancy and noise assessment services
Sound insulation testing in North Hertfordshire is by no means the only service we provide. The HA Acoustics team provide the full range of acoustic services including expert mechanical plant testing, noise assessments for licensed premises, noise at work assessments, sound insulation testing and a complete suite of other acoustic testing services that you may require.
Learn more about the UK statutory regulations that our sound insulation testing is compliant to, by reading about UK building regulations on Wikipedia.