Are you looking for a solution to noise and vibration issues in your environment? Do you want to know where noise disturbances are emanating from, and are in need of a professional to conduct a noise survey? Our noise and vibration surveys at AF Acoustics meet the relevant standards set by regulatory bodies and authorities in the UK.

Your problems concerning noise and vibration in Docklands can be quickly resolved through the help of our experienced and well-trained engineers. Choosing AF Acoustics secures the perfect solution to your noise issues.

Surveys for Noise and Vibration in Docklands

A noise survey report may be required for a variety of reasons. We deliver a number of different acoustic services, these services include:

  •  Environmental noise assessment in Docklands
  •  Sound proofing noise survey in Docklands
  •  Workplace noise survey in Docklands
  •  Commercial and industrial noise assessment in Docklands
  •  Infrastructural noise surveys in Docklands
  •  Construction noise surveillance in Docklands

The noise assessment can be further adapted to make sure there is full accuracy in the noise level readings of Docklands. Our noise testing services and assessments at AF Acoustics are designed to cover a wide scope of projects and to meet all your planning needs in Docklands. Wherever your location is, we have expert engineers who can undertake the noise survey and assessments you need, within the shortest period of time.

Whether you’re trying to determine how loud a development site will be to noise, or how loud your air conditioning and kitchen extract fans will be, rest assured we will make the necessary assessments and present the relevant information to you.

Call us today for an assessment on 020 3372 4430
Or you can email us at info@af-acoustics.com

How The Noise Survey is Conducted in Docklands

Noise surveys are carried out at the beginning of the process, followed by the design, planning, and assessment works, to understand the existing noise condition of the environment. Work progress on any site can be impacted by the baseline level and cause of noise deduced from the survey.

The noise survey may take several days to be conducted to be sure the accurate standard and sporadic levels of noise are reported. The levels of noise in Docklands are logged by sound meters installed at suitable points around the environment being measured. The logs from the noise measurement meters are statistically processed and summarised into a noise assessment report.

An attended sound survey can however, be conducted in environments where surveillance of the noise source is required. Physical presence is also vital in situations that do not support setting up unattended sound level monitors, and in cases of short term surveys. To get sample readings of fluctuations across the site, we usually integrate attended sound measurements into our automated processes.

How The Vibration Assessment Is Carried Out in Docklands

Vibration Surveys are organised to encompass the concurrent analysis of all possible vibration sources (industrial, railway and tube line activities) that may cause discomfort to people and buildings in nearby areas. Baseline vibration levels may however, be required in new construction sites to reduce nuisances around the area.

Vibration level measurements require only short term attended surveys where the cause of the vibrations is discovered. For baseline measurements, automated surveys may be required through the use of sound level meters placed in appropriate locations.

Vibration levels assessments are also performed on buildings to ensure the services equipment in the building are mounted properly. We help you eliminate your noise and vibration issues at AF Acoustics to guarantee your peace of mind. Contact us now on 020 3372 4430 or info@af-acoustics.com and an expert will be able to assist you immediately in Docklands.

Call us today for an assessment on 020 3372 4430
Or you can email us at info@af-acoustics.com

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