It’s no secret that disruptive noise levels in offices can have a significant negative effect on productivity and profits…
When the office building is located in a noisy area (for example, near a major road or railway), soundproofing may be required to minimise noise distractions from outside the building.
But it’s not just the external factors. Within the office itself, noise from everyday office machinery (printers, shredders, etc.) can also be an issue if not suitably contained – ideally in a separate room or screened area with acoustic panels. In any offices where lots of staff are on the phone at once, the resulting noise levels can be extremely distracting for both staff and customers. And then there’s the question of confidentiality, for example, in boardrooms where sensitive meetings are conducted. Partition walls in modern office buildings aren’t exactly known for their impressive soundproofing qualities.
We’re experts in assessing the acoustic needs in offices, and we’re used to dealing with multiple internal and external noise issues at the same time. We can recommend and install the required acoustic solutions quickly and efficiently, minimising disruption and downtime.
We provide a wide range of acoustic panels to fit walls and ceilings in every type of office layout. Today’s acoustic panels are designed to fit seamlessly into the existing environment, often giving a stylish, modern look to plain, empty walls and ceilings. In larger open-plan offices – and especially in busy call centres – our fabric wrapped acoustic baffles can be suspended from the ceiling to help deaden background reverberation noise. This avoids the need to split the area up into smaller rooms in an attempt to address the noise issues.
At Sound Control Services, we design, build and install completely bespoke acoustic solutions to suit the precise needs of each client and each office space.
We offer a complete service, including consultancy, design, manufacture and supply.
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