Benefits of Acoustics Panels for Home and Business

  Benefits of Acoustics Panels for Home and Business Restaurants, schools, libraries, and auditoriums know that sound- or the minimization of it- is a crucial aspect of their design. Too often, though, this same essential consideration is overlooked in the workspace. Even with open floor plans, while aesthetically pleasing, minor distracting noises can reduce concentration and productivity.    Whether it is incessant phone ringing, the buzz of electronic equipment, or simultaneous zoom meetings, acoustic panels diminish noise interruptions in the workspace. Likewise, acoustic panels in auditoriums, libraries, restaurants and waiting rooms minimize reverberation and provide a calmer experience for guests and visitors.                                                                                                   What are Acoustics panels? Acoustic panels are sound-absorbing materials that reduce reverberation. Murano Acoustics™ helps reduce distractions between rooms and space

What Premier Acoustic Solution Should You Choose for your Interior Spaces?

  What Premier Acoustic Solution Should You Choose for your Interior Spaces? Acoustics are often the unrecognized- yet essential- element of any interior space. Without thought during design, echoes, reverberations, and unwanted noise can diminish ambiance, privacy, and productivity. Though noise-reduction systems are common in commercial and public spaces, our affordable, user-friendly acoustic systems provide solutions for the home too. FabriTRAK ® ,  GeoTRAK ®, and  Murano Acoustics ™  are the premier acoustical solution systems leading the industry in sustainability, durability, and customized wall and ceiling treatments. Which system is right for your needs? 1 FabriTRAK® System The  FabriTRAK ®  System  is the original trak system for upholstered, wall, and ceiling acoustical systems.  FabriTRAK ® is also the first fabric stretch wall system utilizing fire-retardant materials for fabric retaining channels. These channels, or trak, allow a fabric-covered wall or ceiling to be insta