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The Benefits of Acoustically Treated Rooms

When considering the interior of a building—whether it’s a commercial building like the offices we work in, or a residential setting like the comfort of our homes—it’s natural to enjoy a pleasant, comforting space. We pay close attention to the way that furniture, décor, and general atmosphere combine to make...

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Acoustically Treated Ceilings Can Change a Room

Most of the time, ceiling construction materials may not get a second thought. Beyond standard choices like wood versus tile and flat versus vaulted, few business owners spend a significant amount of time researching or deciding on ceiling styles when it comes to new construction. Fewer still are aware of...

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Fiberglass Batt Installation: DIY or Go with the P...

If you’re a business owner, you may have heard about the benefits of acoustic treatment for rooms, such as acoustic ceilings. These concerns don’t just come into play for obviously sound-sensitive places of business like recording studios—many businesses in many industries, from retail to healthcare to hospitality, can benefit from...

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Acoustical Ceilings

Acoustical ceilings are everywhere.  In schools, restaurants, and sometimes in homes.  In big commercial spaces, they are a budget-friendly way to lower the ceiling and dampen ambient noise in and around the space.  In addition to the noise reduction, they can be highly reflective which can reduce energy costs...

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Sound Proofing Materials

In office spaces, restaurants, or venues, sound proofing and sound absorption is a must to keep customers and clients comfortable.  Sound proofing and sound absorption are not the same thing and shouldn’t be confused.  Sound proofing prevents sound from traveling in or out...

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Improving Sound: Acoustic Treating Your Live Venue...

Louisiana natives love their live music.  Cajun, zydeco, folk, jazz, and more filter throughout the streets of most Louisiana towns.  Getting the most out of your live venue is more than making it look nice.  It has to sound nice too. ...

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The History of the Acoustic Ceiling

Acoustic ceilings, also known as drop ceilings, were initially used to hide building infrastructure, such as HVAC ducts, water and sewer pipes, and more.  The dropped ceiling created a space between the ceiling tiles and the ceiling...

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