Just one year after Quiet Mark’s launch in 2012, the 'quiet concept' quickly captured the imagination of the public, with the Quiet House headline feature at the 2013 Ideal Home Exhibition in Earls Court, London.
Each day long queues formed as consumers wanted to see the tangible reality of the Quiet House made possible by many of the early adopter leading quiet tech brands. The House highlighted quiet technology as a trend that is being realised today proving it was not just a futuristic dream.
Spanning across over 35 product categories, the Quiet Mark awarded products within the Quiet House were validated as a selection of the quietest technology and solutions currently available on the market. Each room had been given a sound makeover
The combined noise levels of the products, appliances and sound absorption solutions in the Quiet House were estimated to reduce decibel levels to under 40dB and make an average reduction of decibel levels or improved sound quality between 5-25dB per appliance, depending on product category. Even a few less decibels can make a big difference to the layering of sound experienced in the home environment.