How to Choose Acoustical Panels

9 Tips For Choosing Acoustical Sound Panels If you are experiencing unwelcome levels of noise in your office space, gym, cafeteria, or church and want to lower the level of echo, a series of wall or ceiling mounted sound panels is your answer.   Place them in your room, they’ll absorb echoes, lower noise levels,…

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Selecting Your Acoustic Foam

Acoustic foams come in many shapes and sizes.   They are typically cut into squares or rectangles because its easier to ship the material that way.   Rolled forms of foam typically are flat foams with no convolute cut into the face of the material.   But flat foam won’t absorb as much sound, because scultped foam has more surface space exposure, meaning it captures more sound waves per

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Echo and Noise Control

Regardless of the source, all sound waves exhibit certain characteristics when they change mediums. Sound waves are actually vibrations which travel from molecule to molecule through most substances. For instance, sound waves can easily travel through means such as air, water, drywall, metal and concrete, an inherent

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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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Designer Acoustic Panels

Soundproofing panels do not have to be boring. This generation of designers insists on more functionality than previously available from manufacturers of soundproofing acoustic panels. Previously most sound treatments were solid foam panels for sound or music studios, recording studios, industrial applications, or movie theaters without regard to design. A straightforward one-colored panel worked fine….

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Soundproof Ceiling Tiles

While most of us are familiar with the every day commercial grade ceiling tile, seen in most any commercial space that you may shop, dine, worship, study or play in, the reality is that the majority of these tiles offer very little support acoustically.   They are there primarily to disguise the pipes in the ceiling, and offer an archtiectural finish to a room.   Standard commercial grade ceiling tiles do NOT block sound from bleeding in

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Indoor Shooting Range Soundproofing

Google Searches for “gun range near me” Highest Ever Indoor Shooting Ranges Increase in Importance In July 2020, the FBI conducted more than 3.6 million firearm background checks making it the third-highest month on record since 2 million in July 2019. The year 2020 will go down as one of the most unusual, turbulent, and…

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Hotel Rooms

The goal with isolating room-to-room sound bleed through a common wall assembly between two adjoining rooms in a hotel is twofold.   First, your goal should be to disconnect how the wall is assembled, and second, line it with more density.   The treatment is fairly straight forward and can eliminate up to 90% of the noise

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