There is a massive renovation renaissance that has been driven by a seemingly everlasting lockdown. Now that consumers have spent time working from home and living in less-than-ideal conditions, manufacturers have seen a huge demand for appliances from self-builders and renovators.
In Conversation: ‘Tackling noise pollution’ with Simon Gosling Posted on March 22, 2021 by Karndean Designflooring Welcome back to part two of our conversation with Simon Gosling, chief marketing officer at Quiet Mark, about how noise is affecting our modern lives. In this concluding discussion, Simon joins us to explore how we can reduce noise pollution in our built environment to create a quieter, healthier and more productive world.
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With the home becoming an all-in-one venue for work, school, relaxation and exercise, a quiet washing machine that doesn’t distract or disrupt has become essential to our work output and health. We take a closer look…
If lockdown has taught us anything, it's that we need our home to provide a domestic soundscape that is conductive to both rest and productive work (and often schooling) at home. Whilst the kitchen is the heart and hub of the home, filled with conversation, family and friends (when restrictions allow!), it doesn't have to be filled with unnecessary noise. Choosing Quiet Mark-certified appliances and products will ensure that you are choosing one of the quietest available on the market.