Welcome to House of Hearing

Hearing Aids in Edinburgh, Galashiels, Morpeth, Perth and St. Andrews

oticon hearing aids edinburgh perth st-andrews-scotlandHouse of Hearing is Scotland’s premier independent dispenser of hearing aids and audiological services from our centres across Scotland and customers’ homes.

Now in our fifth decade of service, we provide customised hearing aids, hearing protection, tinnitus management and professional audio backed with expertise and a focus on personalised service from the first contact.

If we can assist you, we invite you to contact us today to schedule a consultation. We have five hearing aid centres conveniently located in Edinburgh, Galashiels, MorpethPerth and St Andrews.

Call us on: 0131 220 1220

Why choose House of Hearing for your hearing care?

Our reputation has been built on professional and technical excellence and personalised customer care. Thanks to our commitment to end-to-end quality and patient satisfaction, our growth is rooted in our customers’ recommendations to others.

Our independence means our hearing aids are drawn from a breadth of suppliers including ACS, Beltone, ReSound, Oticon, Phonak, Starkey, Sonic Labs, Unitron and Widex. Our knowledge of each manufacturer’s range means we can recommend the best aid to meet your hearing need.

One of our fans

I approached House of Hearing because I needed some specialist ‘in ear’ monitors for my concerts. I’d done some research and believed they could only be bought in the USA. I went into the House of Hearing to get moulds made and was pleasantly surprised when Stephen suggested that they could get similar equipment in the UK for me.

House of Hearing helped me by advising me on the correct choice of equipment as well as use of it…and managing it all within a very tight deadline!

The result was that I received the equipment which was exactly what I needed.

One thing I liked was that although a specialist service, Stephen had a very broad interest and depth of knowledge on the subject. This made the whole process so much more enjoyable for me.

I found the experience enjoyable. Having not had much success with similar monitoring systems, it was a great relief to find someone I could really talk with about the challenge. The end solution was perfect!

I would recommend House of Hearing to people who need specialist hearing solutions. I will be spreading the word to other musicians who need the service.

Dougie MacLean, OBE

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“I have been a more than satisfied customer of the House of Hearing for several years. Their technical knowledge, efficiency, and support when a problem arises, are first class. This is a happy ship, and I feel privileged to have…

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Dr M M, Edinburgh

“House of Hearing is, as far as I’m concerned, the gold standard in terms of hearing care and is the way things should be for all hearing impaired people.”

K G, Lanarkshire

“From our first hesitant visit to have hearing tests we have experienced friendship, superb service and first class, honest technical advice over many years: we are confident there is no better provider.”

J and M B, East Lothian

“Excellent service from House Of Hearing, very helpful indeed and would recommend them to everyone, my custom earplugs fit like a glove!”

CB, Lancashire

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