Acoustic Ceiling Tiles
Acoustic ceiling tiles can be the perfect solution for you who want a quiet room with no noise. These ceiling tiles can reduce unwanted sound transmission from outdoors. Acoustic tiles are widely used in public facilities, soundproof room, such as theaters, concert halls, and music studio to create a more pleasant sound. In addition, acoustic tiles are also used to filter noise from outdoors as used in public facilities such as schools and offices that need the peace, without the noise from the outside. Also widely used in apartments that huddled each other.
Advantages and Disadvantages
Acoustic ceiling tiles are available in many variations, such as tiles that can be hung with the grid system in the ceiling, tiles that can be applied directly to the existing ceiling, and tiles that can be fastened to the wall surface. Acoustic tiles produce a soft surface so it can turn off echo or reflection of sound. With proper installation and maintenance, acoustic tiles will give you a deep satisfaction over the years.
Acoustic ceiling tiles are also available in various patterns. Acoustic tiles are designed to resemble the pattern of cement, stone, and even fabric. Acoustic tiles are available in two sizes, 60 cm x 60 cm and 60 cm x 120 cm. Besides, acoustical tile has a relatively light weight making it easy to install and the workmanship is becoming faster, even by a layman.
Acoustic ceiling tiles have special properties that make it rather different with the other ceiling tiles surface. These causes the acoustic tiles are not resistant to water so that it cannot be washed or painted. If you wash or paint it, the rest of the soap or the paint will fill the small pores and cracks in the ceiling, and it would eliminate the nature soundproof of acoustic tiles.