Soundproofing

What is Soundproofing? Sound insulation is the process of soundproofing an enclosed space, such as a room. This type of insulating activity is usually employed when there is a need to keep sound from filtering into or out of the space. Sound insulation techniques are often used in business settings, as well as in multi-family...
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Loud equipment Noise Control

Loud equipment caused a big noise issue for GE. The equipment noise was so great that it created a difficult work environment for all employees. Concern grew that this noise problem caused worker dissatisfaction and fatigue, while OHSA regulations warned high noise levels over 110 DB would lead to violations. That is when management contacted...
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Construction Noise Control

Client: Long Construction Long Construction contacted All Noise Control to help them find a great solution to their noise control issues they experienced their office in North Hollywood, CA. After discussing their application All Noise Control provided, Long Construction, with a solution, that would help with the soundproofing, issues by suggesting using the acoustical, ANC-AB12...
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Hospital Noise Control

Noise Control in Hospitals Attention to hospital noise is on the rise. Doors shutting, carts squeaking, floor waxing, elevators, and ventilation machines are just a few examples of noise pollution in hospitals. Not to mention, the walls and floors that amplify every sound that bounces off them. You then have people in motion-the sound of...
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Industrial Noise Control

Sound is a constant in our day-to-day routine. Noise, however, is a sound which is undesirable and can lead to health complications. There are many causes of noise pollution on Industrial construction sites. Industrial machinery and operations contain various noise sources. This harmful noise generation is due to noisy operation processes and the equipment used...
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Church Soundproofing

Noise Pollution Control in Churches After much research, I made a shocking discovery. Over 70% of noise pollution in cities around the world comes from religious houses. Many government officials as well as neighborhood residents are looking into urban development and physical planning to sanction churches and mosques that openly disregard noise pollution laws. Church...
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Classroom Noise Control

Noise Pollution in Educational Institutions Noise pollution is neglected in educational institutions, although it can cause multiple negative effects on students and teachers. The majority of noise pollution in educational institutions is due to areas in which they are located. Many schools are near busy roads, public squares, bus stops as well as developed traffic....
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Construction Noise Control

Construction site noise can pose special problems for controlling noise control. Several different factors can contribute to construction noise such as weather, atmosphere, landscaping, and construction noise makers, e.g., earth moving equipment. Noise pollution can cause harmful effects such as speech interference, hearing loss, raise stress levels, and sleep disturbances to name a few. Fortunately,...
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Acoustical Ceiling Baffles

Clarke School for Hearing and Speech Challenges: The world-renown Clarke School for Hearing and Speech contacted All Noise Control for our specialized help in resolving a noise pollution problem they were experiencing. Clarke School needed suggestions on what to use for their project. They needed something that would prevent echoing within the room, while also...
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Acoustical Wall Panels

Client: Rogue Valley Country Club Challenge: Rogue Valley Country Club located in Medford, Oregon contacted All Noise Control to solve a problem they knew we could them resolve. To solve their specific noise control problem, they needed a strong sound absorbing product with elegant appearance to prevent reverberation and echoing while preserving the luxury environment...
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