One of the first questions we’re often asked when a company makes an enquiry is “How much does a hearing loop cost?”
There are a number of factors that need to be considered in order for us to provide an accurate quotation.
1. Understand your business
One size doesn’t fit all when it comes to hearing support systems. With customers ranging from major banks and supermarket chains to care homes and conference centres, each location has a unique set of requirements. Induction loops can vary in size and type, and with so many options available its best to consult the experts. We will help identify and prioritise your requirements and provide a full range of services to understand your needs in order to advise a bespoke hearing loop cost.
2. Design a hearing support system
Through this process of understanding your needs, we may recommend a site survey., We’ll conduct a full inspection and advise the most appropriate solutions. Depending on the nature of your business, the engineer may suggest a combination of counter loops, room loops, infrared and FM systems. After the survey, you’ll receive a detailed proposal which includes the hearing loop cost.
3. Establish your ongoing requirements
Our engineers provide a complete service. As well as installing your hearing support system to industry standards, they’ll also give guidance to frontline staff on how to operate the equipment and check everything is working properly. It’s important to establish your ongoing requirements in order to ensure the optimal performance of your system. Many clients opt for our annual maintenance and service call schemes and these can be included in the proposal.
Find out more about hearing loop costs
Contact us now by calling on 0808 808 0123 or fill in our enquiry form. Let’s establish a hearing loop cost for the installation and maintenance of a hearing support system tailored to the needs of your organisation.
If you’re unsure what a hearing loop is, watch our what is a hearing loop video.