The acoustics within a church, hospital, conference room, or other area in need of soundproofing can make all the difference between a properly communicated message and one that nobody can quite understand.
To help your business or organization overcome challenges associated with acoustical design, let’s take this time to debunk some of the more common myths we’ve come across since we opened our door back in 1984.
Soundproofing Myth #1: Acoustics Can Be Addressed Later
Wrong! Not only does it cost more to install acoustic panels at a later date, rather than during construction, but they often don’t look as attractive nor are they as effective. For maximum effect, incorporating acoustical treatment materials is typically best done at the time of design.
Soundproofing Myth #2: Acoustical Panels Are Ugly
The truth is that with a large selection of acoustical treatment materials available on the market today, you are afforded the opportunity to select between a wide variety of fabrics and finishes, which will provide you with a high aesthetic value.
Soundproofing Myth #3: Acoustical Panels Are Too Expensive
Because each room or building we at Clunn Acoustical Systems soundproof has its own unique acoustical issues, our expert consultants work closely with your specific needs and budget requirements, in order to provide you with a custom acoustical design that fits within those requirements.
Soundproofing Myth #4: DIY Installation Is Good Enough
Failures in soundproofing a room happen more frequently from lack of proper installation of acoustical panels than from an error in the overall design. Acoustical panels, regardless of which design you choose, requires precise attention to detail during erection to ensure top-quality soundproofing.
What’s important in facility design, and the materials’ effectiveness, is that they are professionally installed by a certified acoustical design firm such as Clunn Acoustical Systems. For more information on these services, or to receive a quote, be sure and contact us today at (281) 356-5777.