Acoustical Sound Baffles
We have all been in a big room where the echo was unbearable. A common characteristic of these rooms is hard walls, ceilings and sometimes even floors; all the surfaces reflect noise, they don’t absorb it. For larger rooms with high ceilings, acoustical baffles are a great solution for echo problems. Sound waves bounce all over the place, and the sound baffles will absorb a lot of it. When we cut down on the echo, the room will be far more comfortable to be in. We can help you determine the right number of baffles, where they should go, and how to install them; give us a call to get started! 704-504-1127
How Sound Baffles Work
Above we described common characteristics of rooms with very poor acoustics: hard surfaces and very little material to absorb any noise. Adding products that will absorb noise will change the acoustics, provided you add enough of them to make a noticeable difference. We will ask you to provide the room dimensions, and the type of floors/walls/ceilings you have now. With that simple information, we can use our special software to determine how much sound absorbing material is required. All our sound absorbing products have been lab-tested to determine how many units of absorbing (sabins) they will provide. When we know how many sabins the room needs, we can quickly determine the type and quantity of product you need. We will explain the installation, choice of colors, and the look of the products before finalizing the choice.