Are you uncomfortable with noise and vibration 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 assessment procedures meet standards set by local authorities and regulatory bodies.

Our experienced professionals apply the use of the most up-to-date technology in evaluating and delivering the best solution to your noise and vibration issues in Morden. With AF Acoustics, you’re getting the best noise and vibration solutions in the country.

Noise and Vibration Measurement Surveys in Morden

A noise assessment report is needed in a number of cases. We offer different acoustic survey services suited to different conditions including:

  •  Noise surveys for the environment in Morden
  •  Sound insulation noise testing in Morden
  •  Occupational noise measurements in Morden
  •  Noise surveys for commercial and industrial purposes in Morden
  •  Noise surveys for buildings in Morden
  •  Construction noise monitoring in Morden

The noise assessment can be further adapted to make sure there is full accuracy in the noise level readings of Morden. We provide acoustics surveys that meet any kind of planning application and project in Morden at AF Acoustics. If you’re in Morden our experienced engineers can get to you in no time to help with your noise testing and survey needs.

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

What Is Involved In The Noise Survey in Morden?

When design and planning works begin, an acoustic assessment is performed to get an understanding of the area’s existing noise situation. This is necessary to establish a baseline level and the reasons for the noise to determine how work on the site progresses.

The noise survey may take several days to be conducted to be sure the accurate standard and sporadic levels of noise are reported. The survey includes the use of sound level meters fixed at appropriate locations that logs the noise levels as they occur in Morden. The logs from the noise measurement meters are statistically processed and summarised into a noise assessment report.

In surroundings where there needs to be extra surveillance on where the noise is emanating from, an attended survey can be carried out while measurements are recorded. In terms of short duration surveys and environments that are inappropriate for unattended monitors, attended monitoring is also important. Attended noise surveys are often included with our automated processes to measure sources of noise around the site and get samples of variation in the area.

How The Vibration Assessment Is Carried Out in Morden

Vibration assessments are conducted to investigate how vicinities close to industrial areas, rail and tube lines may be impacted by the resulting noise and vibration of these elements. Former typical vibration levels may need to be measured in situations where new construction projects are being carried out in order to minimize inconvenience to neighbours .

Vibration levels are usually measured during a short term attended survey, when the source in question is identified. Unattended measurements of the baseline vibration levels are carried out by installed meters over several days.

Surveys of vibration levels are also carried out on properties to confirm if the building services equipment is properly installed. We help you eliminate your noise and vibration issues at AF Acoustics to guarantee your peace of mind. Reach us today on 020 3372 4430 or send an email to info@af-acoustics.com to get a professional tackle your issues anywhere in in Morden.

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

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