Acoustic ceiling tiles

Transform your space into an oasis of optimal acoustics with high-quality acoustic ceiling panels

Improve the sound experience with acoustic ceiling tiles

Also known as acoustic ceiling tiles, these panels not only provide an effective solution to reduce annoying reverberation, but also create a sound-absorbing ceiling. Whether your space is an office, meeting room, restaurant, or any other commercial environment, using acoustic ceiling tiles contributes significantly to a more pleasant sound experience.

The range of acoustic ceiling panels is diverse and includes different shapes and sizes, allowing them to seamlessly fit the specific needs of your space. Manufactured with high-quality materials, these panels effectively absorb sound, reduce unwanted reverberation and improve speech intelligibility. As a result, they not only contribute to sound quality but also boost overall room comfort and productivity

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Flexibility and style with acoustic ceiling tiles

Whether you aim for a clean, modern look or want a more decorative design, acoustic ceiling tiles offer flexibility in both design as aesthetics. They can be discreetly integrated into the ceiling for a seamless look, or serve as an eye-catching design element to make a statement, depending on your preferences and the style of the room.

The installation of acoustic ceiling tiles is usually simple and versatile, suitable for different types of rooms and applications. By investing in high-quality acoustic ceiling panels you not only improve the sound absorption in your space, but also create a comfortable and productive environment for everyone who uses it. With this valuable addition, you transform your space into a harmonious and efficient working or living environment.

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How many acoustic ceiling panels do I need?

  • A large room requires more cushioning surface than a small room.
  • The amount of reverberation there is now in the untreated room also affects the amount of absorption required (the total area of the acoustic panels).
  • A rule of thumb is that ⅕ to ⅓ of the floor area is required in total acoustic panel area.
  • The more the panels are close to where disturbing noise is produced or heard, the more effect they have. Therefore, it is a good idea to hang one or more ceiling panels above the conversation table, desk or seating area.
  • This creates an area that is extra quiet, rather than evenly dampening the whole room.

However, these general tips do not take into account ambience, use of the room, appearance of the room, aesthetic and budget requirements.

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