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A Guide to Acoustic Flooring: Commercial and Industry

There are so many options out there when it comes to industrial and commercial sound absorbing flooring, deciding on what material is best for your business can feel overwhelming. When you are redesigning a space, it can be tough to visualize the space with a new look. Not only are you looking for something that […]

Echo Eliminator being used in a music studio, for sale at Acoustical Surfaces.

Echo Eliminator™ Panels by Acoustical Surfaces

Echo Eliminator™ Panels by Acoustical Surfaces is the most cost-effective and high-performance acoustical absorbing material on the market. Also known as Bonded Acoustical Cotton (B.A.C.), this product is manufactured from recycled cotton, and has the perfect configuration for noise reduction and noise control applications.  Echo Eliminator™ Panels are perfect for schools and other public venues […]

CFAB Cellulose Acoustical Panel by Acoustical Surfaces.

CFAB™ Cellulose-Based Acoustical & Thermal Panels by Acoustical Surfaces

For an incredibly efficient acoustically-absorbent product – that is also manufactured with environmentally friendly practices -Acoustical Surfaces created the CFAB™ Cellulose-Based Acoustical & Thermal Panels. These panels are manufactured from cellulose-based materials and are 65%-75% recycled content.  CFAB™ presents a greener option for noise absorption in building plans without sacrificing performance. These panels are an […]

Sound Silencer by Acoustical Surfaces being used in a restaurant.

Sound Silencer (PEPP) By Acoustical Surfaces

For noise reduction that isn’t afraid of getting dirty, trust the Sound Silencer (PEPP) by Acoustical Surfaces. These durable acoustical wall and ceiling panels are made from Rigid Porous ARPRO Acoustical (PEPP) Planks. These non-fibrous panels provide noise control for large and loud spaces and are made without fiberglass.  Sound Silencer (PEPP) is Class A […]

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The Benefits of Commercial Soundproofing

When building or renovating a commercial space, soundproofing can be easily overlooked. With all the focus on how a place is going to look, how a place sound isn’t always considered—but it should be.  Commercial soundproofing comes in many forms and does a great deal of work to create an environment conducive to productivity, effective […]

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How many Acoustic Panels do I need?

Over the years, I have put together a simple equation that I have had plenty of success with. This equation is used to “take the edge off” of a room and make it much more usable.

Poly Max™ acoustical panels installed in a church by Acoustical Surfaces.

Poly Max™ Acoustical Panels by Acoustical Surfaces

For non-invasive, high-performance acoustical panels, Poly Max™ by Acoustical Surfaces is the leading option on the market. These 100% polyester panels can be installed with ease in virtually any location. Simply bond these panels to a wall or ceiling for noise reduction and control in any room.  Poly Max™ panels accommodate a wide range of […]

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The Importance of Soundproofing Warehouses

Whether it’s communication with customers or communication between team members, the key to any successful business is communication. That is especially true on warehouse and factory floors.  The combination of heavy machinery and large quantities of products can make verbal communication difficult at best and dangerously absent at worse. To ensure safety and efficiency, soundproofing […]

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Understanding Sound Transmission Class (STC) Rating

If you’re looking to learn more about STC rating, you’re likely planning a construction project, and it’s probably not a tool shed. Sound transmission class ratings generally come up in places where we want to keep sound either in or out, like a sound studio, a road-facing exterior wall, or a bedroom above the garage. […]

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NRC Rating 101 – Understanding the Noise Reduction Coefficient

If you’ve found yourself looking into NRC rating, there’s a good chance you’re working on a project that requires sound absorption to reduce echo and reverberation in a room or space. Perhaps you’re starting a podcast or building a sound studio in your home. Maybe you are trying to improve the acoustics at your workplace […]