Poor room acoustics can make a well designed room unpleasant to or even impossible to use with multiple occupants. This is especially true in open, industrial-style office environments where meetings and teleconferences are a common occurrence.
However, making a room “sound good” isn’t always a clear cut endeavour. Even scientists have a hard time predicting what will make a room sound good. Some rooms have very high echo, and have bad speech intelligibility.
There are many factors that affect sound in room. Things like sound volume, the ratio of dimensions, construction material, wall material, furniture, and heating and cooling systems will affect the way sound travels through the room.
We provide design solutions that can reduce reverberation (echo) in a room and lower volumes by 30% to make the rooms pleasant to work and/or live in.
Call us at 1-866-So-Quiet (767-8438) or book a soundproofing consultation online to get started today