Loud Brewery? Get Noise Relief.

Today’s competitive market in the craft brewing industry has generated a plethora of beer choices for today’s consumer.    Old warehouse district buildings are gutted, refurbished, and today represent some of the most popular hot spots for the production and consumption of craft beers.   These spaces are filled with the kind of hard reflective surfaces that…

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Loud Cafeteria

Screaming kids?  Well, sound proofing treatments do not make the kids less loud, and don’t be told otherwise!   But there is good news…sound panel treatments WILL make your cafeteria less loud.   Sound panels, wall or ceiling mounted in your cafeteria, will combine to capture echoes.  In other words, the noise you experience in a loud…

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How to Lower Cafeteria Noise

Loud cafeterias are filled with loud kids.   While there is no remedy to lowering the noise any one child puts out, the noise in the room can certainly be better controlled.   Lowering noise levels in a cafeteria is all about controlling the ambient echoes in the room.   As the kids produce noise, their voices reflect…

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Why Are Restaurants So Loud?

Architects, Designers, Builders and Restaurant Owners combine to target wipe-able, cleanable, decorative surfaces in their restaurant projects.   These surfaces can include brick, block, wood, glass, tin, marble, granite, stone and metal.  On average, these surfaces combine to absorb an average of 5% of the sound wave reflections inside the restaurant space.   That leaves the dead…

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Cafeteria Noise. How to Lower It.

Cafeteria’s fill with noise as crowds gather and voices begin to carry.   Cafeteria’s need to have hard, cleanable surfaces, which in turn means those surfaces will also combine to reflect and scatter echoes rather than absorb them.   As a result, echoes carry, background noise builds, and conversation over tables spikes as communication becomes strained.   If…

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Ceiling Clouds Reduce Room Noise

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2013 Sound panels that float mechanically from a ceiling are called Ceiling Clouds.   In a room filled with excessive noise, these Ceiling Clouds are designed to capture the unwelcome echoes within the room, which in turn lowers the level of ambient background noise.   Those who target a Ceiling Cloud soundproofing treatment will enjoy the…

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Soundproofing a Cafeteria

Cafeterias in schools, churches, hospitals, offices, prisons, and more will serve thousands of diners over a week’s period of time.   The venue takes on a social component as diners enjoy a break in the routine of their day.   Cafeterias share a common acoustic challenge common to a variety of dining rooms…the presence of a

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