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Posted By: on March 3, 2014

Loud noise and echoes are becoming an ever increasing feature of modern residential buildings. The main reason for this trend is the increasing use of hard architectural features. Wooden or ceramic floors, large windows, granite or stone bench top and fewer soft furnishings enable any sound produced in the room to bounce from one hard surface, thus leading to an increase in noise level and the possibility that echoes will be created.

The addition of white acoustic panels (as shown below), when fitted to the ceiling will eliminate these two acoustic problems. These white acoustic panels are perfect if the ceiling is white. In some cases ceilings are not white so the customer may want these sound absorbing panels coloured so they match the ceiling colour.

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