Office Soundproofing – When building an office, you have two different acoustic problems to deal with. One is reducing sound transmission levels from your office to adjoining rooms. The acoustic Curtain keeps outside noise from entering the room and reduces echo and reverberation in the room. Acoustic Curtains laboratory-tested and field-proven Acoustic Curtains and Acoustic Drapes protect you from outside noise, climate, and light, providing maximum privacy.
Gymnasium Acoustics – Gymnasiums are large, oversized rooms filled with hard reflective surfaces that can’t absorb the reverberating sound waves reflecting around the room. Whether you need a retrofit acoustic solution or one added after the fact, All Noise Control can help you solve the problem of reverberation and echo in the gym and multi-purpose rooms.
Church Soundproofing – This type of acoustic need requires special attention and knowledge of the nuances of voluminous spaces & hard surfaces, especially in new architectural designs. This excessive space allows for significant reverberation, also known as echoes. Reverberation can reduce the speech legibility and can make otherwise good church sound systems sound awkward. The complex nature of noise control and acoustical solutions for these problems require expert knowledge which All Noise Control has.
Acoustic Curtains reduce reverberation and echo, as well as reduce interference from outside noise. Acoustic Curtains have tested NRC values (up to 1.00 NRC) to provide precise acoustical control and flexibility. Acoustic Curtains work due to our unique combinations of fabrics, lining, and construction.
Restaurant Acoustics: Most restaurants have granite, marble, wood floors, and exposed brick for a more industrial look. These designs are pleasing to the eye, unintended consequences can be heard echoing through many dining establishments, as owners find ways to diminish extra noise created by hard surfaces causing the sound to bounce instead of being absorbed. With this Guests struggle to hear conversations over the table or run into communication mishaps with the wait staff.
When building a custom home theater room, you have two different acoustic problems to deal with. One is reducing sound transmission levels from your home theater room to adjoining rooms, basically allowing the home theater to be enjoyed at higher volume levels without disturbing neighbors or house guests in other rooms and from the sound to entering the Home theater.