Acoustical engineering, for those who don’t know, is a way of reducing sound and vibrations that might otherwise be loud and disruptive. If you run a noisy factory, event venue or wind farm, you will understand this problem all too well. We have carefully designed this service to help you combat the issue, so that you don’t have to worry about noise affecting your business or those around you.
Here are 3 common myths about acoustical engineering.
You only need to think about it when there’s a problem
Many businesses overlook acoustic engineering when choosing and moving into their work space and this is definitely a mistake. Waiting until there’s a problem means that it will cost you even more in the long term. If you know that it is likely to become a noisy environment because of the type of work that you do, you should think about investing in acoustical engineering as soon as possible. This will not only save you time and money, but it also prevents hassle in the future.
You don’t need to worry about gaps
When you notice a small gap under your door there’s nothing to worry about, right? Wrong! Having a gap as small as half an inch can cause serious problems with your acoustic doors, walls and barriers. Choosing Kimpton to design your acoustics means that you don’t have to worry about this as we will ensure our products are designed with your space in mind.
Our service only suits specialist applications
You may think that acoustical engineering is only suitable for specialist applications, like recording studios and nuclear plants, but this isn’t true. Noise is everywhere you go, which means that our products are suitable for a wide range of locations, such as offices, supermarkets, shopping centres and hospitals. We are able to state of the art acoustical solutions to architects, builders and end -users, and will work with you to ensure that you get exactly what you want.
Kimpton have many years of experience in the acoustical engineering industry and can help you to meet your requirements, no matter what industry you work in. If you have any questions about out acoustical engineering service, we would be more than happy to help. You can call 0151 343 1963 or fill out our online form and we will be in touch as soon as possible.< Back to News