Specifying sound control products in construction can prove difficult, but Hush Acoustics have substantial experience to assist with this process, especially with current economic conditions in place following the Brexit vote.
Specifiers, contractors and architects must be sure all acoustic products are within the set purse for a project, whilst conforming to UK Building Regulations.
With the EU referendum introducing certain economic conditions and the cost of raw materials soaring, build projects face heightening pressure to adopt ‘value engineering’ techniques, meaning both corners and costs have to be cut, having an inevitable negative impact all round.
However, Hush Acoustics have a solution; its experienced team, with a deep knowledge of the specification process, work alongside industry professionals to develop worthwhile acoustic solutions fit for purpose, which meet budget requirements and conform to UK Building Regulations.
Managing Director of Hush Acoustics, Rob Crampton, said: “Our friendly and experienced team works closely with specifiers and contractors to develop acoustic solutions for all budgets and for all interior styles.
“We provide all product and system technical data to customers to give them the product knowledge they require for their build project, which not only helps them for that particular project but for similar projects in the future.”
The guidance is available at every stage of the new build specification process; for more info, be sure to check out Hush Acoustics’ Buildingtalk suppliers profile.
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