Acoustical Ceiling Tile
East Texas Acoustical – Acoustical Ceiling Panel Supply and Installation
Acoustical treatment isn’t just for walls. Ceiling treatments are just as, and in some cases, more important for taming acoustical issues in a space. We have a large variety of acoustical ceiling tiles for every type of sound control.
For instance, ceiling treatments can augment the quality of sound and the appearance of your facility.
Depending on the nature of your project, you can choose between a variety of finishes and substrates for the right features. Our acoustical ceiling tiles fall into three major categories. For instance, these ceiling tiles may be used to absorb sound, block sound, or even diffuse sound.
What Are Acoustical Ceiling Tiles?
Acoustical ceiling tiles lay into a suspended or dropped ceiling grid and are used alter the acoustics in the room. These tiles can be made of various acoustical materials like fiberglass, foam, wood, polyester, and other substrates.
Suspended ceilings were originally created to conceal unsightly infrastructure like wiring, ductwork, or plumbing. In addition, this plenum space between the tiles and the ceiling deck allows access for inspection or maintenance.
Acoustical control was another objective of dropped ceilings. For instance, highly absorptive materials like fiberglass or foam could be used to reduce echo and reverberation within the space.
Why Are Acoustical Ceiling Tiles Important?
A noisy room can irritate the occupants and reduce speech intelligibility. However, a room that is too quiet may seem lifeless and dull.
The acoustical accomplishments of suspended ceilings have improved significantly over the years, with heightened sound absorption and attenuation.
The importance of room acoustics cannot be understated. An enormous piece of an interior environment is effective sound control. It is a major factor in schools, concert halls, and work places where the noise level can be considerably high.
An excess level of noise over extended periods of time can alter the comfort level of the people who use the facilities. Above all, this can lead to significant safety and health conditions. In the worst case, it could lead to irreversible hearing damage.