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Tips for soundproofing Your Office

Updated: Aug 26, 2022

 Tips for soundproofing Your Office

The office environment has changed over the years, with transformation being the most recent trend. Consider not only the design and functionality of the new space but also the sound. Cutting out unwanted noise can help employees reduce anxiety and enhance productivity. Noise in the office can be caused by computers, typing, copy machines, mobiles, discussions between employees, moving chairs, or merely background noise that can take someone’s attention away. Contact our professional renovation contractor for more information.

When you walk into an office and are met with a wall of noise, it can be unsettling, to say the least. Lowered noise sets up a more welcoming environment, and enhances the focus. Here are a few tips to consider for soundproofing your office.

Acoustic Foam

Acoustic foams absorb and block loud sounds to reduce the noise level. The foams function as a barrier, trying to keep noise out of the room. They not only reduce noise but also improve the room's sound quality and speech. This allows employees to work in peace.

Acoustic Panels

Acoustic panels are known as sound-absorbing panels which can be used to dampen excess noise in a room. These panels may be installed on one or more walls in your workplace depending on how much dampening you require. Acoustic panels are preferred for open office designs where sound can bounce around and appear to amplify as bare walls create an echo chamber with frequencies ranging from high to low.

Soundproof Blankets

A soundproof blanket is typically made of denser fabrics on the outside, which prevents sound waves from reaching the room. By selecting the right type of soundproof blanket, you can address your noise issues and get an affordable handle on the situation. A soundproof blanket can take the form of curtains, window coverings, a sound absorption sheet, and so on.


Furniture should be strategically placed, to block the unwanted noise between cubicles and open space layout in the office. Upholstered chairs and sofas, bookshelves, and other furniture for your office occupy space and mass which prevents echo and reverberation.

Soundproof Ceiling

A ceiling makes a great impact as sounds from overhead are likely the biggest noise culprit. Installing a soundproof ceiling can reduce the overall noise permanently and make the room feel quieter. They can be installed in most rooms and are simple to clean. They are impact resistant and can be removed and replaced in minutes.

If you're planning to soundproof your office, contact our Home and remodeling contractors CT

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