Hush Acoustics‘ high quality soundproofing products and systems could be the answer to solving the issue of high noise levels that have come with the increase in homes having lower acoustic capabilities.
Ever increasingly, we are seeing hard flooring, blinds over curtains and a more minimalistic approach to décor, all of which contribute dramatically to the acoustic performance in homes.
Economic conditions and the Brexit vote has resulted in contractors and house builders endeavour to find cheaper ways to keep building development expenses incredibly low.
With developers doing very little to achieve compliance with regulations, it does not bode well for of future conditions of living, learning and working.
Hush Acoustics’ product range backed is by comprehensive technical advice. Their expertise is evident in that, as opposed to just soundproofing to achieve the low levels of compliance, Hush develops solutions which surpass regulations and guidance levels.
The company’s MD, Robert Crampton, commented: “Our approach at Hush is to plan early for effective soundproofing that not only achieves compliance but far exceeds regulations.
“Architects, Contractors and Developers can benefit significantly from gaining expert soundproofing advice in the early stages of a project. By doing so, this ensures build projects exceed guidelines set out by UK Building Regulations to a standard that is more in-tune with modern lifestyles.”
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