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Acoustical Treatments

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Resturants/Bars

Proper restaurant design and layout should take into consideration what the room will sound like. Acoustical materials are used in restaurant interior design to create a quieter environment for a better dining experience. Acoustical wall panels or ceiling tiles can be used in restaurant interior design to create a more pleasurable and comfortable atmosphere or ambiance. These acoustical treatments are not only effective, but aesthetically pleasing.

Conference Rooms

Proper conference room design and setup will factor in the sound levels within the room and determine where noise reduction materials are needed. Conference room and video conference room design requires the use of acoustical materials to reduce sound levels within the office space. Both acoustical ceiling tiles and fabric wrapped and tackable sound absorbing wall panels are commonly used in conference room design. These acoustical wall panels come in many shapes, sizes and colors so you will have many choices for the interior design of the conference room. Office spaces with good acoustical conditions result in higher employee productivity and a happier, more efficient office environment.

Residential Spaces

The idea of soundproofing a room in an apartment or condo for a quieter environment in your home is a very common and a very obtainable goal. In apartments and condos typical goals are to add soundproofing to walls, rooms or the entire home. The problems being addressed include unwanted noise coming through common walls, such as noisy neighbors, footfall or impact noise coming from above. There are several products used in soundproofing a home including sound barriers and sound isolation materials. There are many products that help home owners reduce unwanted noises throughout their home.

A custom home theater is a great additions to your home! When building a custom home theater, two different acoustical problems arise. The first deals with reducing sound transmission levels between your home theater and adjoining rooms. Proper home theater design allows you to enjoy great sound without disturbing neighbors or houseguests in other rooms. Soundproofing the walls and ceilings of the home theater interior can be achieved by using sound barriers and isolation clips underneath the drywall. The second area to be concerned with when you build a home theater is improving the sound quality within the home theater interior. Generally this involves the use of sound absorption products.

We have many custom fabricated fabric wrapped wall panels, which are designed to be acoustically effective and aesthetically pleasing. Acoustical wall panels add a plush feel to your home theater interior while greatly improving the acoustics.