Silence is golden

Noise pollution is not only the noise that causes hearing damage, but also the noise that can adversely affect the well being of the individual.

Here are some the numerous adverse effects that can occur: muscular and nervous tension, palpitations, irritability, difficulty concentrating, headaches, migraines, etc.

Reducing this noise pollution is not only a duty but a right for all.

Distinguishing which product is able to provide the best results of noise absorption at the best price is not easy if you are not an expert.

If action is taken at the design stage you can get the best results at the lowest cost.

Intervening too late in most cases will mean no longer being covered within the minimum standards of law.

And this is why we check the legal requirements (D.P.C.M., 5th December 1995) is not only a legal obligation but also an opportunity to do better and ensure quality.

And sound quality is in the details. In our projects, passive acoustic requirements are just as important as energy efficiency.

We provide advice on both renovations and on new buildings.

We also carry out measurements relating to the acoustic impact and acoustic climate.

The acoustic impact assessment is used to assess in advance the noise of a business and eventually take the technical measurements which may be needed to reduce noise emissions within the limits of law.

The assessment of the acoustic climate serves to analyse the existing noise situation of a particular space. A technical document is requested and prepared in the planning phase or during the administrative process needs a license or permit. This is in order to characterise - from an acoustic point of view - the area where it is expected that the construction of building structures and / or areas of activity are likely to be under special protection by assessing its compatibility with the existing noise situation.