Make Workplaces Quieter

A loud or noisy workplace is bad for business in almost every possible way. From a productivity standpoint, employee workflow is constantly disrupted by distracting noises that break concentration and focus, and end up costing companies money every day in wasted time. Even when employees are making a concerted effort to ignore distractions, they are still prone to mistakes and errors that would have been prevented if they were allowed to work in a distraction-free setting. From a safety standpoint, noise is an even greater problem. In factories and warehouses, elevated industrial noise can lead to long-term hearing loss in unprotected workers. Noise can even make the most basic communication difficult, leading to mistakes, miscommunication, and ultimately, safety issues. To prevent these noise problems from affecting your workplace, noise insulation products can help minimize distractions and improve morale.

In sprawling, open spaces with high-ceilings, voices and conversations bounce, reflect, and linger, building up into a haze of noise that muddles what people are trying to hear.  Noise control foam is one way you can help with these issues. Hanging baffles or custom-cut foam panels work as noise controls by stopping these reflections from bouncing around a space. Reducing this kind of excess noise clears the sound of an area, so the only thing being heard is the original message, not an echo from across the room. Baffles and tiles can be created in numerous patterns and colors to either accent or blend into their surroundings.

These sound treatment products are able to be applied in the same way, for the same purpose, in smaller-scale offices as well. Acoustical tiles are able to perform that echo and reflection dampening in a professional environment, reducing murmur from phone calls and meetings that create noise that pollutes a room’s sound. Even acoustical drop ceiling tiles exist that contribute to sound improvement in a visually less noticeable way. Noise in the workplace noise isn’t just annoying, it can become dangerous and hurt the bottom line.