Curb the Noise and Please the Neighbors

Moving your company into a new neighborhood, corporate or industrial park is sometimes a frustrating exercise. While your company needs to comply with existing sound-proofing regulations, there is still a need to carry on with business as usual. The solution is to establish protective barriers that lower the sound quantity, if not eliminate unpleasant noises entirely.

Walls that block out unwanted noises offer an innovative solution. These barriers are capable of absorbing the sound of industrial equipment, HVAC systems, traffic and even loud music. It allows everything from a machine shop filled with whirling motors to a music rehearsal space filled with electric guitars a chance to coexist with their neighbors.

The beauty of sound absorbing walls is how well they work. Unlike their earlier counterparts, these barriers do not just block out the sight of industrial machinery or outside roadway noises. Today’s materials literally absorb the sounds around them.

Quality construction made in the U.S.A.

To study these barriers in more detail, look to the web page at http://noisebarrierwalls.com. In addition to being leaders in this field, these barriers are expertly constructed on site by Sound Fighter Systems. From their headquarters in Shreveport, Louisiana, these barriers can be fully customized to fit. Best of all, every one of their products are made with pride from locally sourced materials and manufactured in the United States.

Highway and road noise

Maintaining employee productivity is vital to today’s corporations. It’s hard enough to keep your employee base fully functional on a daily basis, however unwanted intrusions can create internal havoc. All it takes is a noise-filled office to stop important meetings and client conferences indefinitely. With noise absorbing barriers in place, the sound of the freeway outside is just a memory.

Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning Systems

HVAC systems are necessary to keep offices, schools and apartment buildings functioning. Unfortunately, they are also loud when operating at full capacity. Simple walls constructed from traditional building materials like wood or metal will not eliminate the sound. Worse yet, metal walls have the ability to transfer heat.

The practical thing to do is surround your HVAC systems with SonaGuard or LSE absorbent barriers. These barriers can be constructed to surround HVAC systems that are outside, reside in a parking area or on an interior floor of the building. In addition to their effectiveness, noise barrier walls are ultimately cost effective too.

Flexibility

Sounds can vary in their veracity and recurrence. Noise reducing barriers provide the flexibility industrial parks need. Barriers can be as tall as 24 feet in height. These extra tall barriers can even accommodate the size of large gas compressors or industrial machinery.

Safe, durable and easily mobile

It is even possible to erect mobile sound absorbing walls when required. Mobile Noise Barriers are easily disassembled and then reassembled again at their intended destination. When not in use, they can be placed in storage, transported to another locale and reused multiple times. For companies on the move, these barriers are perfect in their simplicity.