Most rooms suffer from poor acoustics.
Sound bounces off hard surfaces - like glass, brick, and hardwood flooring - creating echoes. These echoes in turn bounce off other surfaces, many times, building up a mess of sound known as reverberation.
Echoes and reverberation interfere with the normal sounds in a room, making it difficult to hear conversation and music.
Hard reflective surfaces are the main trouble-makers: Windows, bare walls, exposed flooring, glass furniture. A typical meeting room with a wall of windows on one side and a whiteboard on the other is practically an echo chamber.
Acoustic panels absorb this extra sound.
Our panels "trap" the echoes and reverberations, leaving the sounds you care about clearer and easier to hear. Home theatres, offices, boardrooms, community centres, and restaurants will all be made more pleasant and comfortable with the addition of acoustic panels.