Sound insulation provides resistance to the passage of sound through the walls and floors of new and existing buildings.
In buildings, sound can be defined as ‘airborne sound’ – i.e. sound generated and transferred directly in the air by talking or home entertainment systems or ‘impact sound’ – i.e. sound generated by the impact of an object striking the floor and transmitted through it, such as footfall noise.
This noise transmission can be extremely annoying if the sound levels are above whats defined in Part E of Building Regulations. we undertake sound insulation testing to check sound levels are within the requirements as stipulated within Part E.
If you would like more information in regards to sound testing please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01525 303905.