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How to soundproof an office: Use eco-friendly, fire-safe Audimute Acoustic Panels

You've been asked to look into how to soundproof an office and don't know where to start the, now what? In most cases, acoustical comfort can be improved in work spaces with the addition of acoustical absorption to horizontal and vertical surfaces. Absorption materials placed on barriers that are appropriately impervious to sound penetration will reduce the intrusive noise common in offices. For more preliminary information, read through our Buyer's Guide on How to Soundproof an Office.

When someone comes to us with questions about soundproofing an office, we find their real need is for decorative acoustic absorption. Our eco-friendly, class A fire-rated acoustic panels offer one of the most versatile and effective solutions in office soundproofing. From custom designed acoustic murals to simple standard size acoustic panels in neutral tones, our acoustic designers and specialists will work with you to identify:

  • what types of materials are best suited to your space
  • the amount of coverage needed to meet your acoustic absorption needs
  • design options including branded logo panels, printed image or graphic panels, and panels wrapped in standard, designer or custom fabrics


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We've worked with hundreds of companies helping them find a unique answer to their questions about how to soundproof an office. See how our acoustic panels helped Bumper Man Inc. achieve office noise reduction here. Take 2-3 minutes and fill out our free acoustic analysis form. An acoustic specialist will review your information and call you back within 1 business day to offer personalized advice. This advice is free and no commitment is required. Get started by clicking the image below.