Are you having issues with soundproofing and noise control? The Noise Reduction Ceiling Panels may be the perfect solution to minimize these issues.
You're probably wondering how much of the ceiling you need to cover with these panels in order to see substantial results. The exact percentage of ceiling you need to cover will depend on the size of the room and what the room is used for. However, as a general rule of thumb, it is usually less than 50% of the ceiling.
Believe it or not, if you have an echo problem in an open room with all hard surfaces it is actually quite easy to fix. Rooms with echo problems are typically built with either a drywall ceiling or open rafters. These rooms don’t have the traditional lay-in ceiling to absorb the noise so it bounces around the room and echoes until it runs out of energy.
Ceilume has over 50 different patterns of their decorative ceiling tiles and yet one pattern, Stratford, accounts for about 95% of all orders. Why is that? A few simple reasons: