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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Designer Acoustic Panels

In the history of the noise control industry, a generation back there were just a handful of acoustic foam fabricators that sold foam panels through distributors to clients suffering from noise.   Most of the treatments centered on audio applications in music studios, drum booths, recording studios, and so on.   The depth of product options was…

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Wedding Venues: Soundproofing For That Special Day

Today’s weddings are an industry built unto themselves with spaces that are customized to host the event from beginning to end.   Large spacious venues that serve as both an area for guests to first congregate, then be seated for the ceremony, and then be reacquainted back into the venue for food, music and celebration.   These…

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Christmas Acoustics: Holiday Hosting in Comfort

Exposure to noise levels in social settings during the holidays can range from welcome celebration for the young, to deafening unwelcome noise to older generations.   Somewhere in between lies the need to be able to better control the acoustics within a social setting, a sanctuary, a restaurant, or any kind of multipurpose room capable of…

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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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A Case Study in Restaurant Acoustics

Harwood on Hudson is an upscale restaurant situated along the Hudson River in Greeenwich Village, New York.   Owner Bill Block reached out to NetWell Noise Control through their website, seeking help and guidance on resolving the noise issues his customers were experiencing in the dining room.   Mr. Block owns several eateries in New York, and…

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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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How to Select the Right Acoustic Panel

Acoustic panels are wall or ceiling mounted inside a room.   They combine to collectively capture unwanted echoes and convert them from the space.   In turn, this lowers the level of ambient echo, minimizing blurred sound signals, and restoring the room to premium sound quality.   As the echoes in the room are captured and converted by…

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Controlling Gym Acoustics

Gymnasiums are typically oversized shoe-box shaped rooms that consist of 2 sets of parallel walls with a hard reflective floor and ceiling surface.   As sound is produced inside the room, the sound waves spread evenly like a pebble wave in a pond, traveling nearly 800 miles per hour, reflecting off these perimeter surfaces back into…

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