SOUND INSULATION TEST
UKAS ACCREDITED CERTIFICATES PROVIDED
With offices in both Sheffield and London our sound insulation testers have access to Yorkshire, Manchester, The Midlands and London. We can provide UKAS accredited documentation you need to pass building regulations on time at extremely short notice.
The sooner you can discuss your sound insulation test with one of our trained team members the more likelihood there is of you achieving the results you require to pass building regulations.
One of our sound insulation testers will be able to issue you with all the relevant guidance you will need to smoothly pass your test, ensuring you do not have any complications further down the line.
How Purple Energy help
Purple Energy have a dedicated team of highly skilled technicians working throughout the country to provide accurate Sound Insulation Tests and free remedial advice, ensuring you achieve the sound insulation test results you require to pass part L building regulations at unbeatable market rates.
Same day certification
Highly skilled technicians
Unbeatable market rates
Free remedial advice
What is Sound Insulation Testing?
A sound insulation test or airborne sound insulation test is a method of detecting whether houses and flats are retaining noise within the confinements of the dwelling. The test calculates how much noise is escaping through the walls, floor and ceiling of the building.
Different sound insulation tests are conducted dependant on the type of house or flat being tested. An airborne sound insulation test occurs on the dividing walls between two flats or houses, whereas the airborne and impact sound insulation test is conducted on the floor of the flat or house.
Sound Insulation Testing must be completed in order to pass document E of building regulations. Without this approved document it is illegal to rent or sell your property.
Ready for Testing
Sound insulation testing needs to be completed when you’re building it at a stage before completion.
The list below indicates what is needed in the building for an accurate test to take place:
All windows and doors must be fully installed
Gaps and holes must be sealed
110v or 240v power needs to be available in the building
All soil pipes should be filled with water
Access to all rooms in the building is required
Any electrical sockets need to be installed
If there is anything you feel unclear about or you simply want to speak to one of our team members, don’t hesitate to give our office a call.