Knowing how much sound there is – The sound testing process No-one likes noisy neighbours. Whether it’s a home, a hotel room or other type of residential dwelling involved, too much noise can be disturbing. Sound testing makes it possible to test the level of noise coming from adjoining buildings.
The Importance of Having Vibration Assessments Construction works around the world are on the rise – with the aim of economically having structures in place that can aid in development.
The noise impact on the environment is subjected to test through survey conduction. Various factors, as well as objects, can serve as the basis of noise. That includes winds caused noise, moving vehicles or even industrial machine noises. The sound, as well as their impacts assessment results, is prepared using the British open set standards. […]
Noise impact assessments involve analysing the acoustic environment of a proposed construction project. The aim of these assessments is to formulate an accurate and useful prediction of how much noise will be generated whilst the project is underway. This assessment can be done by using a spreadsheet to total up all of the noise outputs […]
At the point what point is noise assessment necessary? Noise surveys are regularly required for designers as a significant aspect of their arranging application. The evaluations can likewise shape some portion of Environmental Impact Assessments for more substantial scale improvements. Noise appraisals can be required as a significant aspect of arranging applications for; a proposition […]
At Lighthouse Acoustics we offer noise surveys for a variety of purposes and clients. From environmental noise surveys to operational noise surveys, our noise surveys can help to ensure businesses and individuals are working in compliance with existing regulations and to provide valuable data when assessing the impact that noise may have on upcoming developments […]
Vibration assessments: what are they? Nowadays, workers are exposed to all types of risks. It does not matter whether a person works in an office or a kitchen, no one is completely safe from getting hurt. Nonetheless, some sectors are more prone to risks than others and the menaces themselves often vary in nature. Since […]
How roadside noise pollution has an effect on our lives In the last week, we have seen how the government has given out mixed messages over environmental concerns. Firstly, the chance to improve our locality’s rail infrastructure has been downgraded. Days after the Tories’ suggested bi-mode trains instead of the full electrification we were promised […]
A look at which sound levels are acceptable enough for certain environments Back in the 1970s, the roar of the Stretford End was said to be as loud as a jet plane in take off. On taking off, the sound levels of an aeroplane with turbofan engines range from 80 to 110 decibels. It is […]