We work with contractors to assess the suitability of any proposed on-site works and to provide guidance and support to reduce noise and vibration at the neighbouring receptors.
What is the Robust Details certification scheme?
If you are involved in the construction industry then you will know the importance of meeting all building regulations.
How can the Robust Details scheme help you?
How does the scheme work?
How is compliance checked?
Peace of mind for homeowners too
Naturally, the main benefit of registering on the scheme is the business-friendly solution it offers to people within the industry. However, it also gives homeowners the knowledge that their property has been constructed and tested to the necessary standards. This will give them extra confidence when thinking of whether to purchase the property or not.
Of course, for the home builder, the benefits of using this scheme are apparent. Not only will it help to avoid potential handover delays but it could help slash your compliance costs. This is especially true in remote build sites or sites that only have a small number of joined dwellings. On top of all that, it will also ensure you meet the legal requirements that any developer faces when building new homes.
As urban areas continue to expand and human activities thrive, environmental noise pollution has become a significant concern.
Poor Sound Insulation is an issue that plagues many houses both small and large, through the development of noisy hobbies such as gaming systems, drum kits or food processors, or simply poorly soundproofed properties.