Reduce noise pollution with temporary acoustic barriers

Our system is trusted by construction and industry to help them control or reduce noise pollution. Noise pollution can be generated from temporary construction works, industrial operations or essential maintenance. We all know uncontrolled noise is an environmental problem, and can result in enforcement action from the Health & Safety Executive (HSE). 

Employers have a duty to protect against noise. Where excessive noise cannot be eliminated, it should be reduced to an as low level as possible. 

Silent Site’s temporary acoustic barriers have been proven to reduce noise pollution by up to 35dB. Reduce noise and avoid unnecessary health risks to workers. Remember that aong-term exposure to noise damages hearing. Silent Site Acoustic Barriers reduce noise!

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Silent Site Noise Pollution Reduction System


Our fast-assembly system can help reduce temporary generator noise


A practicable means to stop or reduce noise nusiance pollution


Avoid residential disruption from essential maintenance


Reduce the impact of anti-social and unsafe construction noise

Acoustic Noise Control

Reduce noise pollution

We know that uncontrolled noise is a nusiance that risks damage to hearing. 

It can result in enforcement action, fines and reputational harm.

The good news is our temporary acoustic barriers are a simple, cost-effective solution to help!

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Noise reduction value of up to 32dB

reduce enforcement action


Reduce risk of complaints from anti-social noise

Silent Site panels can be customised


Available fully branded to your specifications

flexible system


A range of sizes available to suit your requirements

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Good Value

Economical, versatile product range

Noise Control Questions

Most frequent questions and answers

How easy are Silent Site products to fix ?

We designed our products to be easy to fix to temorary site fencing, barriers and scaffolding using cable ties.

Where can I find information for employers ?

The Control of Noise at Work Regulations aims to ensure that workers’ hearing is protected from excessive noise at their place of work. You can find out more from the Health & Safety Executive