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Audiologist in Solihull – Free Hearing Assessment
You no longer have to suffer in silence from your hearing loss. We can help you set up a free hearing assessment with an audiologist in Solihull from our national network of leading Audiologists.
Solihull is a large town and administrative centre in England have a population of 123,187 in the 2011 Census. Historically in Warwickshire, it is the largest town in, and administrative centre of, the larger Metropolitan Borough of Solihull, which itself has a population of 214,909. Solihull is situated 7.5 miles southeast of Birmingham, 18 miles northwest of Warwick and 110 miles northwest of London.
Solihull is the most affluent town of the West Midlands, and one of the most wealthy areas in the UK outdoor London. In November 2013, the uSwitch Quality of Life Index named Solihull the “best place to live” in the United Kingdom. That being said, there are a wide range of assisted hearing devices available for every budget.
There are strict noise pollution laws in Solihull. The police have the power to break into a car if the alarm does not cut off, or to break into your house if a house alarm does not cut off. Construction must be limited to the hours of 8.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. Monday to Friday, and Saturday from 8.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. You can ring 0121 717 1500 to report loud noises such as loud music or barking dogs.
So, if you want some help dealing with your hearing, you can ring our team free upon 0800 211 8320 now to book a free hearing assessment with an audiologist in Solihull. This can take place upon a convenient date and time, and at a location close you, too. Our audiologists work across the UK, and we have certified audiologists in and around the Solihull area.
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