Acoustic glass windows doors Double & Triple Glazed

What is noise pollution?
Noise pollution is unwanted or excessive sound that can have deleterious effects on human health. Noise pollution is commonly generated by industrial facilities and some other workplaces, but it also comes from highway, railway, and airplane traffic and from outdoor construction activities.

The World Health Organization (WHO) defines noise above 65 decibels as noise pollution. As a consequence, it is recommended to keep noise levels below 65 dB during the day and indicates that restful sleep is possible only if the ambient noise levels are below 30 dB.

That’s why for some building it is very important to install noise reduction glass. If for example loud traffic noise amounts to 65-70Db, the building must be able to reduce the noise level by 35-40Db.

uk windows & doors ltd (UKW&D) noise reduction windows and doors
our glazing are designed to reduce the level of unwanted noise including heavy traffic and other external noise.

Our high performance windows and doors offer excellent insulation which not only reduces heating bills, but also provides impressive noise reduction.

While UKW&D double glazed windows and doors are very effective at reducing noise, the use of thicker glass or different combinations of glass can significantly improve performance and can deliver more precise acoustic control.

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