Conference Room Acoustics

Conference Rooms are notorious for poor interior room acoustics, which in turn can threaten the productivity of business meetings held within the space.   By placing a set of decorative sound panels in the room, echoes can be captured, thus collapsing background noise, and delivering greater clarity back to original sound.   As you can see in…

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Free Color Samples / Sound Panels

Sound panels called Fabric Panels, wall or ceiling mounted, within your space will combine to absorb echoes, reduce noise, and improve sound quality within your space.   The panels are class A fire rated, decorative, durable, portable, easy to self install, and come in 60 decorative colors.   Free color samples are avialable to help on your…

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Do Sound Panels Block Noise?

One of the most mis-understood aspects of the soundproofing business is clients that call asking for sound panel treatments to help block noise bleeding from one room to the next.   The reality is, sound panels do not block noise.   Sound panels absorb echoes.   Sound panels will produce lower background noise within the same room the…

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How Expensive is Soundproofing?

The answer to this is dependent on the size of your room.   The larger the space, the more square footage of product will be needed in order to trigger the sound values you are after.   We are careful to not under treat the space and force a decay in your results.  A simple Room Analysis…

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What is a Sound Panel?

The term “sound panel” is generic, and can refer to a variety of different types of panels designed to capture echoes.   Sound panels are made of either foam or compressed fiberglass.  Foam panels are filled with tiny pores that accept sound waves, while fiberglass panels are filled with tiny fibers that also capture the sound…

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Why Batting Insulation Isn’t Effective

Stuffing your walls full of batting insulation may help isolate room temperature, but the treatment does nothing to block noise from bleeding from room to room.   Much like a pile of sponges can’t block flooding water, you need sandbags, the same holds true with block noise.   You need density, and fiberglass batting insulation stuffed between…

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Top Tip for Lowering Gym Noise

Gymnasiums are typically oversized shoe-box shaped rooms defined by hard reflective surfaces on the floor, walls and ceiling of the space.   Sounds that generate within the room will continue to echo throughout the space thanks to these surfaces, and render the room unfriendly in terms of acoustics.   The more echo a room produces, the less…

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Sound Panel Ceiling Clouds Control Noise

As crowds gather in social halls, entertainment venues, cafeterias, restaurants, fellowship halls and other similar public venues, noise builds as echoes carry, rendering the room unfriendly.  People begin to elevate their conversations up and over the background noise, which further adds to the blurred sound signals and confusion.   For any room not properly treated for…

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Carpet Wallcovering Controlling Echo

As you enter your favorite movie theater, notice the side walls as you walk to your seat.   Chances are good that you’ll see a thin ribbed carpet type material there, color selected to match the decor of the space.   This material is actually an acoustic wall covering, designed to absorb the echoes and produce premium…

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