Noise is a common problem in commercial premises, public libraries, offices and other places that have to be a refuge against noise pollution. Annoying and continuous sounds generate loss of concentration and lack of rest. To solve it, it is very important to pay attention to the acoustic conditioning of the walls. We will give you 10 ideas for acoustic conditioning to protect from noise.
Putting cabinets or shelves full of books against the walls can reduce noise. However, if the noise is coming from another wall, it won’t work.
Insulators can be placed between two brick walls, but work is necessary and a few centimeters of interior space are lost.
The plasterboard is a solution similar to the previous one, but somewhat simpler and cleaner. A few centimeters of space are also lost.
Do not forget that a lot of noise enters through the windows. This part of the wall also has to be insulated.
Cork can be a good insulator. However, it must be combined very well with the decoration so that it is aesthetic.
In many private houses, the conditioning has been done on the outside to preserve the interior from inclement weather and annoying noise.
There are some thick panels made of synthetic materials that are put directly on the wall and can then be painted. They are easy to install, but difficult to fit into the decoration.
Fabric acoustic panels come in different shapes. They alter sound waves and improve acoustics. It only takes a few to enhance any room.
Textile panels have many advantages. They are perfect for offices or premises. They have a multitude of colors and are easily combined.
It is one of the most affective media, as well as being sustainable and decorative. It is perforated or with slats, which can be placed directly on the wall or to separate spaces.
At Ideatec we have different acoustic wall conditioning systems. If you want to know more about our panels to insulate the ceiling and walls, you can get all the information you need on the web or contact us directly.
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