Damage from noise exposure of sufficient intensity and duration is well-established and hearing loss may be temporary or permanent. Fortunately, noise exposure can be controlled and technology exists to reduce the hazards. Aside from employer/employee concern with the inherent hazards of noise, added attention has been brought to focus on the subject through regulatory requirements. Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), every employer is legally responsible for providing a workplace free of hazards such as excessive noise. It has been estimated that 14 million US workers are exposed to hazardous noise.
When you are presented with a noise problem, the first thing you need is a good partner. Someone who can help guide you through the options and the process of tackling your noise challenge. TCCI is that partner. With our experienced team, we can provide you with the best advice for your predicament, the right products to help solve the problem, and more importantly a clear understanding of the right way to install them.
Our strength is identifying the source of the noise, the weaknesses of your current construction, and finally, the solution that will work for this soundproofing project. If we just offered soundproofing products, you would have to figure out what to try—we don’t try, we make sure you succeed the first time!