Acoustic Solutions For Commercial Buildings
Customers, employees, and service users are becoming increasingly conscious of an establishment’s acoustic properties. Whether it be bad reverberation control, making it difficult to have a conversation in a busy bar or a restaurant, or a loud and distracting shopping centre, people care.
Studies indicate that establishments with good acoustic properties have a higher level of customer satisfaction overall, with an increased spend per head.
Our commercial noise control products can transform any space. Our acoustic panel systems are easily customisable and can be resized and fitted into place with no need to modify existing walls and ceilings.
Rely on Sound Zero to turn a noisy establishment into a calm place where patrons will enjoy themselves and come back time and time again.
Open-plan offices are growing in popularity. As a result, a need has arisen for businesses to assess their office acoustics.
Recent statistics state that workplace noise negatively affects job satisfaction, causing a reduction in productivity. In extreme cases, office acoustics have been known to have a significant impact on employees’ mental and physical well-being.
In a typical classroom, noise levels average around 65 decibels, which is the threshold for serious health damage, if long-term exposure occurs.
There are many ways in which we can acoustically treat schools and classrooms.
Supporting health, healing, and well-being is fundamental in any healthcare facility. Unwanted sound and bad acoustics will have a negative effect on those at most risk, increasing heart rate, blood pressure, and respiration rate.
Retail environments can generate high levels of noise. In order for businesses to take into account the negative consequences that noise pollution has on people’s health or quality of life, a number of regulations have been put in place.
Hard, flat surfaces, such as tables, large plastered walls, and timber floors will contribute to a restaurant’s poor acoustics.
These hard surfaces reflect sound, making it difficult to hold conversations. The result is you have to speak louder. Unfortunately, everyone seems to have the same idea…
Whether it’s a home cinema, a new-build multiplex or a renovated theatre, the priority is to create an environment where the right amount of sound is absorbed.
The aim here is to ensure that enough sound is absorbed to stop disturbances from the crowd and equipment, but not enough to deaden the sound of the music or voices within the production.
Sports halls, gymnasiums, and swimming pools are large, open spaces renowned for having bad acoustics. Let’s face it-they’re built to withstand years of use for a variety of purposes. Unfortunately, the acoustics were not considered when building these large, multi-use spaces.
The aim of any music venue is for the artist to demonstrate their work in the best possible way. Additionally, the audiences’ enjoyment and comfort are a key factor in considering the acoustics of a music venue.
Contact us today to see how we can transform your place of business.