Office Soundproofing Solutions

Acoustic treatment for offices. Get in touch for a free quote.

The right acoustic treatment for your office

There are a number of factors which create echo and reverberation and each space has unique requirements. Offices and meeting rooms often suffer from sounds bouncing back and forth off hard walls. This can be improved using acoustic panels but additional products may be required such as acoustic corner pillars and absorptive lighting. If you need more flexible conference room solutions, use modular metal frames and simply draw the curtain to shield the space visually and acoustically. The options are almost endless and offer stunning design features while simultaneously boosting employee wellbeing and productivity. 

With the role of the workplace changing and a hybrid approach to home and office becoming the norm, the need for good office acoustics has become increasingly pertinent. The emphasis on office workspaces with good soundproofing or acoustics is greater than ever. If your team is complaining about bad acoustics, acoustic treatment is the solution. 

Assessment of your office space

Digital Vision AV will carry out an assessment of the space and suggest the ideal products to reduce reverberation to the recommended levels, resulting in a well balanced room. 

Most of the time your office doesn’t need total soundproofing, it just needs the right combination of office acoustic treatments. Your video conference meetings can then flow seamlessly, and at the same time you can create a space which is as inspirational as it is functional.

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Why work with Digital Vision AV?

Recent customer feedback

"It’s no exaggeration to say video conferencing and other technology solutions have enabled us to keep the business going and functioning effectively during the COVID-19 pandemic."
Peter Thorne, Head of Technology, Smart Energy GB