Project Remedies

If acoustic issues are not addressed in the design phase, they usually surface (unpleasantly) after construction is complete. Many times, a space with acoustic problems is unusable, requiring major retrofit to restore functionality. If you find yourself in this situation, Acoustics.com can help pinpoint the problem and explore various methods of remedying (or at least improving) the acoustics. The best way to remedy a project’s acoustic issues is dependant upon the exact circumstances. Noise can be controlled from three areas:

  • The source
  • The path
  • The receiver

The following are real-life case studies demonstrating the specific steps taken to improve the acoustic conditions.

Controlling Noise Within a Space
Controlling Noise Between Spaces
Controlling Noise From the Outside
Controlling Outside Noise



 
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