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Acoustical Artwork , Richmond

Our decorative AcoustiArt Panels allow you to add high-quality designs and photos to your acoustical treatment.

These panels are a custom product that you design yourself. Choose your design, choose your sizes and give us a call to place your order.

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a_silver_teapot wrote:
Resolution? - What resolution is required for larger art panels such as 4x10'? Can typical high resolution stock images be used?
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Timing? - How long does it take once an order is placed for acoustical art panels?

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Christine Ciarmello added this to Quiet, Please! How to Cut Noise Pollution at Home
Sound Absorbers for the HomeBlocking sound and absorbing sound are two different things, says Matthew Boughan of Acoustical Solutions in Richmond, Virginia. Absorbing it is easier. Some ideas to try:Add 1-inch-thick acoustic panels. Sheetrock, a terrible absorber of sound, can be the culprit of that tinnyness you hear when talking on the phone. To remedy this, cover your walls with materials that have a noise reduction rating (called NRC, or noise reduction coefficient) of 0.85 or above, Boughan says. He recommends a 1-inch-thick fabric-wrapped acoustical wall panel.

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Ibrahim Khan jelani added this to ibrahimkhan_jelani's ideas
clock tower erected in public place. It is surrounded by enormous sound pollution of all sorts. Perhaps it will be built very high so as to decrease the sound pollution. Might be when the clock rings hours it will be heard only a few yards but not long though it rings with the maximum sound which will be mixed with other sound pollution.
June Lunn added this to Real Estate Info
Great ideas for soundproofing your home.
Marci Marmor added this to marci_ marmor's office
Sound absorbers on walls - fabric panels
dyhaigler added this to Garages, Basements and Yates' Room
If you're building a new home/room, there are several ways to incorporate sound-blocking into the room. We used QuietRock 525 sheetrock in our bedroom as we back to a busy road and what a difference. We also used a double-pane patio door with Argon gas. This too helped immensely. If you're trying to block sound from an adjacent room, there is QuietBatt and Roxul insulation. There is also the method of de-coupling the wall with a track system or building a 6" thick wall where the 2x4 studs alternate back and forth within the wall. If you Google "sound-blocking", you will find lots of resources to help with this problem.
sarah added this to shed
stripped the tabletop and stained it with Rust-Oleum Sunbleached Wood Stain.