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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Soundproofing: References & Results

Due to the advent of the internet, soundproofing company’s can easily be sourced to supply acoustical products and treatments designed to lower exposure levels to noise and create a more favorable and functional use of a space. These sound management programs are easy to replicate by formula.   The size of a space will dictate the…

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Back to School and Noise Exposure

Soon those infamous orange buses will be strolling down the road, breaking to stop at your child’s pick up location in your neighborhood.   The kids are excited, their new backpacks are loaded with tools and utensils, the parents eager to get to work, or simply enjoy a quiet home for a couple of hours.   The…

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The 2 Second Rule in Sound Control

If you stand in the middle of a room and clap your hands once, invisible sound waves are generated that in turn spread like a pebble wave in a pond, traveling in every direction within the room, at speeds nearing 800 miles an hour.   As the perimeter wall, ceiling and flooring surfaces receive the sound…

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Why Acoustic Panels Don’t Block Noise

Echo Control vs Transmission Loss Isolating one room’s noise from the next is a common soundproofing goal.   Noise bleeding through a common wall, ceiling or floor surface will threaten the privacy of each room and lower the level of confidentiality.   When working to protect room B from room A’s noise levels, care must be given…

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Teenagers and Hearing Loss

Noise Protection for Kids Exposure to loud noise will cause irreparable damage to the human eardrum.   Once the hearing is lost, it can not be restored.   One in six teenagers suffer from hearing loss due to exposure to loud noise, mostly music. How Loud is Your Noise? Sound pressure levels are measured by decibels on…

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