Many buildings serve purposes other than just giving us a roof over our head for shelter. Buildings such as hotels, offices, retail stores, medical facilities, etc. seek to offer inhabitants a sense of calmness, refuge and tranquility from the hustle and bustle elsewhere. This helps people want to stay in the buildings longer—to shop more, relax more, linger, have a bite to eat, concentrate with ease and more.
However, noise often abounds in buildings through phone chatter, children shouting or crying, footsteps on hard floors, unwanted conversations in adjacent cubicles, printers, copiers, HVAC systems…the list goes on and on. This noise is distractive, interruptive, makes employees less productive, can taint the customer experience and reduce privacy. One way to create a welcoming, stress-free environment is through reducing this unwanted noise in buildings. Read More