Monthly Archives: June 2016

How To Soundproof A Floor

Soundproofing a Floor

Similar to wall soundproofing the sound traveling through floors is dependent on structure-borne and airborne noise. These two transmission mechanisms should be addressed in tandem to ensure that the maximum amount of noise transfer is attenuated. Unlike walls, flooring is often-times a major contributor for structure-borne noise, due to the constant footfall or impact imparted […]

How to Manage Acoustics in a Cubicle

office space acoustics

The majority of offices have adopted the concept of cubicles, which are partially encircled workspaces that are separated from neighboring ones by partitions. Initially, their purpose was to isolate employees from sights and noises of an open workspace. Later, they started promoting interactions among employees. Even though the idea behind this architectural structure sounds great, […]