TrendWall boundary fence provides noise pollution solution

14 September 2016

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A boundary fence was required between a new residential housing development and a childcare centre. To adhere to stringent noise controls by the local council, architects requested the fence had strong acoustic properties. Being a commercial project, the developers were also looking for a cost-effective solution that was aesthetically pleasing.

The client opted for TrendWall, a proven noise abatement solution which is acoustically rated. As rendering expenses didn’t need to be factored in, along with the fact it could be installed quickly, TrendWall was a significantly cheaper option than a standard brick wall.

The client also made use of ModularWalls retaining panels, creating a highly-effective retaining wall to hold off a section of soil at the rear end of the property.