Sound, Meet Acoustic Wall Panels
If you're in search of an acoustic option that helps you reduce sound and adds a visually interesting piece to your décor, the Rectangular Acoustic Wall Panel is here to help.
One of the prime spots where sound clashes is on hard surfaces, which includes walls and floors. You can improve the current noise levels in your office with carpeting, but what if that's not enough to calm down the current decibel situation? Hard surfaces like concrete and wood can add to reverberation, which is why it's important to include the right acoustic solutions in your space. If you catch your employees losing focus or trying to block out noise, it's time to step in.
Mounting these panels flush with the wall will give you a 0.40 noise reduction coefficient (meaning these panels absorb 40% of sound that comes into contact with it). Or install these panels with a spacer between the panel and the wall to improve this NRC to 86%.