Noise Reduction for Pickleball Courts: How-to Pickleball has become one of America’s leading participation sports programs, entertaining kids from ages 8 to 108. The increase in the popularity of the sport especially holds true for the senior population, as the activity tends to generate both an enjoyable social environment as well as a good deal…Read More
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How to Soundproof Kennels and Puppy Playlands
Kennel noise is generated by barking dogs and their impact sounds reflecting off all the hard, washable, reflective surfaces our clients find in a kennel environment. Concrete floors, hard reflective walls, block, brick, metal, washable surfaces that combine to reflect up to 97% of the bark of the dog. The repercussions of this echo carry…Read More
How to Soundproof a Gym
Reducing Your Gym Noise Gymnasiums are mostly big, over-sized, shoe box shaped rooms with 3 sets of parallel surfaces. All the surfaces are typically hard and reflective, with floors, ceilings and perimeter walls absorbing less than 5% of the sound wave reflections within the space. As the gym fills with people, whether for classes, sporting…Read More
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 perRead More
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….Read More
Controlling Privacy in Telehealth
The Coronavirus has been deadly. We all anxiously wait for this year of 2020 to go away. We have all become adept at applying new social distancing standards that have redefined how we live, work, and play, what we call the new normal. Some of these changes have been disruptive, but some of them have…Read More
Social Distancing at Church: Let Your Gym Host Your Worship Services.
As America works to rebound off the Coronavirus and open our lives back up, questions remain as to the safety and health of all commercial spaces. American ingenuity has begun to kick in, as these spaces become redefined and re-purposed for use. Case in point would be a larger gymnasium space that can be used…Read More
Fireworks and Noise Exposure
Be Smart, be safe, and protect yourself from the noise Annual 4th of July summer festivities include barbeques, swimming pools, beaches, sunshie, parades, Red White & Blue, and the 10 pm fireworks display in your local community. Each year, the fireworks signify the freedom’s our country today enjoys thanks to the sacrifices of the men…Read More
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…Read More
Soundproofing a Bar
Bars, nightclubs and restaurants give people a place to meet, socialize and relax. The surrounding atmosphere has to be comfortable for the venue to succeed, with repeat business the key to the success of the establishment. The variety of venues ranges from high energy dance clubs to casual bars that promote conversation among guests. Their comfort levels rely on clarity to voice, and control of the reverberationsRead More