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Dog Kennel/Grooming Salon Acoustics

We have quite a few different products that could all potentially reduce the noise in your grooming salon and each will offer it’s own respective advantages and disadvantages. Some are very economical, some are washable and some are decorative and customizable […]

Fellowship Hall/Church Acoustics

Do you have a fellowship hall?!? Do the noise levels in your fellowship hall get to uncomfortable levels when filled with people?!? Have you been lucky enough to be the one chosen to find out how to fix this?!? Will you have an entire committee to report to?!? Do you have a limited budget but need to come up with a solution that is aesthetically pleasing enough to pass a committee vote?!? Well, friends, this is the article for you […]

Classroom Acoustics on a Budget

Sound quality and understanding speech in a classroom environment is obviously something of importance. If students are not able to clearly hear instruction in a classroom they are not able to learn – or learn nearly as effectively as they should […]

Salon Noise Problem

There is always more than one way to treat a sound problem, but the tricky thing with most salon-type environments is the aesthetic that people want/need to maintain. Most salons are made of “sweepable” floors, standard drywall walls and hard ceilings – a perfect environment for an echo […]

A/C Compressor Noise

“We recently purchased our home and to our surprise, the outdoor A/C compressors are extremely noisy. I am wondering what your thoughts would be about silencing the noise coming from the vibration of the units themselves, if any.” Based on your description of the problem, I would probably taking this in a two or three step process to make sure that you take the right steps while spending the least amount of money […]

RSIC System Accepted Into Los Angeles Building Department

We are pleased to announce the acceptance in the city of Los Angeles building department. The newly published LARR approval extends the use of the RSIC systems even further ahead of all other acoustical systems. The RSIC systems have more sound tests and fire tests than all of the other systems combined. Making the RSIC systems the […]

New York CHPS

The first New York CHPS (Collaborative for High Performing Schools) opens its doors.

First U.S. Offshore Wind Farm Approved

Cape Wind, the first US offshore wind farm was approved. The project will be 5 miles off the Massachusetts coast in the Nantucket Sound. The $1 billion project is expected to produce enough electricity to power around 400,000 homes.

Online Tool To Analyze Existing School Buildings From CHPS

In celebration of National Healthy Schools Day, the Collaborative for High Performance Schools (CHPS) has released the Operations Report Card (ORC), a new low-cost, online tool that benchmarks current performance, analyzes existing conditions and recommends green and healthy improvements for existing school buildings.

More Environmentally Friendly Sourcing & Packaging for UltraTouch

Bonded Logic Announces Post-Consumer Sourcing & More Environmentally Friendly Packaging for UltraTouch Insulation Recycled Blue Jean Insulation Now Made From Post-Consumer Denim & Available Nationwide CHANDLER, Arizona… One of the building industry’s most environmentally friendly products just got a whole lot greener and a bit less confusing. UltraTouch Natural Cotton Fiber Insulation, commonly referred to as […]