Living Space Acoustics

Living Space Acoustics

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Living Space Acoustics

Does everyone in your house seem to gather in the kitchen? Do you have a living room, game room, or dining room where the echo of conversations and other sounds become too much to bare? It is possible to reduce unwanted noise at home with acoustic room treatments. Our acoustic room treatments absorb sound waves, and prevent the echoes and reverberation that cause much of the unwanted noise at home.

Most residential noise solutions are created around the need for privacy, comfort, and preventing unwanted noise from bleeding through common walls or common floors/ceilings.  We also have treatments that reduce noises coming from mechanical sources in your home like drain pipes, AC units and loud ducts. Our sound panel systems are also super popular for perfecting the sound quality within your home theater. 

Introducing an audio or home-theater system into the living room has the potential to create an undesirable sound environment. Just because a room is well decorated doesn’t meant that the room sounds great, and an acoustically optimized room doesn't always look very attractive.

But that doesn’t have to be true. We here at Overtone have a variety of products that are both fashionable and functionable. 

The goal of treating your living room is to reduce sound while also preserving the aesthetically pleasing standards that you have for your living space, and that is definitely possible using the products that we offer for residential acoustic treatments.

If you understand the basics of room acoustics you will be better able to design your living room's appearance and control its acoustic performance. The common walls in your home will allow noise to pass between rooms unless they are properly treated for acoustic performance. 

Here are some tips to keep in mind

How do I stop noise from coming upstairs?

Got noise bleeding upstairs to down, or down stairs to up? The answer is in our soundproofing products which capture the unwanted noise, preventing it from travelling between rooms. By installing acoustic sound panels and soundproofing materials to the ceilings and floors of your rooms you can prevent these issues from occurring.

Why are my pipes so loud?

There are a variety of mechanical sources in a home that can deliver unwanted noise into your space. A loud furnace, air conditioner, drain pipe and others can all be treated by our soundproofing solutions. The sounds that come from these mechanical devices bleeds through the walls surrounding the device, and if they’re left untreated the issues will continue, but by installing sound panels you can begin to solve your issues.

Does everyone in your house seem to gather in the kitchen? Do you have a living room, game room, or dining room where the echo of conversations and other sounds become too much to bare? It is possible to reduce unwanted noise at home with acoustic room treatments. Our acoustic room treatments absorb sound waves, and prevent the echoes and reverberation that cause much of the unwanted noise at home.

Most residential noise solutions are created around the need for privacy, comfort, and preventing unwanted noise from bleeding through common walls or common floors/ceilings.  We also have treatments that reduce noises coming from mechanical sources in your home like drain pipes, AC units and loud ducts. Our sound panel systems are also super popular for perfecting the sound quality within your home theater. 

Introducing an audio or home-theater system into the living room has the potential to create an undesirable sound environment. Just because a room is well decorated doesn’t meant that the room sounds great, and an acoustically optimized room doesn't always look very attractive.

But that doesn’t have to be true. We here at Overtone have a variety of products that are both fashionable and functionable. 

The goal of treating your living room is to reduce sound while also preserving the aesthetically pleasing standards that you have for your living space, and that is definitely possible using the products that we offer for residential acoustic treatments.

If you understand the basics of room acoustics you will be better able to design your living room's appearance and control its acoustic performance. The common walls in your home will allow noise to pass between rooms unless they are properly treated for acoustic performance. 

Here are some tips to keep in mind

How do I stop noise from coming upstairs?

Got noise bleeding upstairs to down, or down stairs to up? The answer is in our soundproofing products which capture the unwanted noise, preventing it from travelling between rooms. By installing acoustic sound panels and soundproofing materials to the ceilings and floors of your rooms you can prevent these issues from occurring.

Why are my pipes so loud?

There are a variety of mechanical sources in a home that can deliver unwanted noise into your space. A loud furnace, air conditioner, drain pipe and others can all be treated by our soundproofing solutions. The sounds that come from these mechanical devices bleeds through the walls surrounding the device, and if they’re left untreated the issues will continue, but by installing sound panels you can begin to solve your issues.

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