Monday, October 31, 2005

Industrial Soundproofing Issues.

How many times have you walked into an industrial facility such as a machine shop or warehouse where the walls and floors are directly connected to the company's corporate offices. These areas always need serious soundproofing, especially if there are telephone sales and conferencing going on in these office spaces. Industrial soundproofing is becoming a big deal in this new corporate world where offices often share walls and floors with loud industrial machinery.
There is precious little information out there about industrial soundproofing and it's need in today's corporate/industrial world. The experts in this field are few and far between, and if you are able to locate an expert, you'll shocked at what they charge for a simple acoustical analysis.
Many times it is difficult to formulate a timely and effective soundproofing plan for such buildings due to the very construction of these facilities. Most of these buildings are built using tilt up concrete walls and little or no attention is ever given to sound transmission from one area to another. Careful attention to soundproofing concerns during the construction phase can save time and money in the long run.
Products such as Impact Pro floor underlay can stop the transmission of machine noise from the shop floor to the the corporate offices. These are state of the art materials that are easily applied before the installation of commercial carpet or tile flooring. As with commercial soundproofing the walls can also be treated with different kinds of soundproofing agents which can dramatically block the transmission of sound from one area to another. To learn more about these products, please call the professionals at Soundproofing America, they can give you the information you need to effectively soundproof any industrial situation. Thanks you for trusting Soundproofing America with all of your soundproofing needs.

As Always,

Bob O.
e-mail: dr.bob@soundproofingamerica.com
Call Toll free (877) 530-0139

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