In large, open or loud spaces, sound can carry and echo to create unwanted noise within the area. Noisy spaces can cause stress and become problematic for people with sound sensitivity. Acoustic panels can be used for a variety of applications in a range of environments, including: airports, shopping centres, classrooms, sports halls, restaurants and offices. Acoustic panels are made of a sound absorbing material to soak up noise and prevent it from reverberating around the room. These panels are not the same as sound proofing, which prevents sound from carrying from room to room. Instead, acoustic panels are designed to dampen sound and prevent it from carrying or creating echos within the space.

The panels come in a range of colours, shapes and styles that can either be used to create striking art features, or a more subtle look. We’ll work with you to choose the best acoustic solution for your needs, and to design the overall appearance.

Types of acoustic panelling

Available in a range of colours, textures, shapes and styles, vertical acoustic panels solve acoustic challenges whilst also providing opportunities to follow current trends in design and installation. The wide variety of design choices allow the panels to become an art feature, and they can either be installed as freestanding units or attached to the walls.

Free hanging acoustic solutions allow freedom of design and the opportunity to create striking new expressions whilst also keeping up-to-speed with sustainable architectural developments. Available in a huge range of colours, shapes and sizes, free hanging acoustic panels create a stunning art feature, whilst also effectively absorbing unwanted sound.

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If your indoor structure is large and open, chances are you could benefit from sound absorbing panels. Even smaller spaces like restaurants, classrooms or homes with high ceilings can benefit from acoustic panels to prevent unnecessary noise and the problems that come with it. If you’ve noticed that your indoor space is too noisy and may even have a problem with echoing, you should consider acoustic panels.

For large, open spaces with high ceilings or limited wall space, free hanging units are the best option as they allow for more freedom of expression. Vertical panels are best suited for smaller spaces or for a more subtle look.

Sound proofing is when a material is built into the walls to prevent sound from carrying between rooms. Sound absorption (acoustic panels) is where structures are added to the walls or ceiling to absorb noise within the room to prevent echos and unwanted noise within a loud area. Sound absorbing panels can also reduce the amount of noise that is carried between rooms by dampening it.

Acoustic panels are suitable for almost any space and come in a range of styles to best suit their environment. Both vertical and free hanging applications can be used in any indoor space, big or small, and we’ll help you decide which solution is best for you.

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