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For years the only way to change up the look of fabric wrapped acoustical wall panels has been to choose different solid-colored fabrics. We’ve taken another step forward, and our clients can now add art to their acoustical panels!
Our decorative AcoustiArt Panels allow you to add high-quality designs and photos to your acoustical treatment.
Step One: Choose Your Design
AcoustiArt Panels can incorporate your high resolution photos, text and images from commercial signage designs, or you can choose from any image on websites such as istockphoto.com or bigstockphoto.com by giving us the image id number.
See our Artwork Submission Form for guidelines on formatting and submitting your designs.
There are also a few edge options to choose from. The edges of the panel can be mirrored, cropped, or solid black or white.
The Mirrored Edge option has your graphic fully shown on the face of the panel, but the image is mirrored at each edge for wrapping around sides of panel. The black lines indicate the face and sides of the panel.
The Cropped Edge Option has the graphic blown up to wrap fully around the edges with the center of the image as the face of the panel. The black lines indicate the face and sides of the panel.
Step Two: Choose Your Sizes
Acoustical Solutions can create AcoustiArt Panels in many different sizes ranging up to a 4’x10′ panel. Take a look at some photos of our previous AcoustiArt to see what appeals to you. Larger images will require higher resolution graphics to preserve the quality of the image enlarged (see Artwork Submission Form).
Step Three: Give Us a Call!
For more information on our AcoustiArt Acoustic Panel, call us at 1-800-782-5742 or contact our sales department.
Royce – June 8, 2015:
Are they acoustically transparent? I need to cover some in wall speakers and panels.
Young I. Lee – May 21, 2015:
We have a conference room (size: 35’Lx20’Wx9’H) next to the mechanical room. Noise source comes from mechanical room, running air compressor, chiller and AHUs. 2nd floor conference room walls are extended gypsum boards from above ceiling to true roof. Please advice me what is one of best solution to install acoustical panel to improve current sound level. May I install acoustical panel to mechanical wall or conference room wall or both walls including ceiling? What kind of material you are recommended? Thanks for your assistance.
Mathew – May 1, 2015:
We are interested to distribute your products in India .
Tom – April 27, 2015:
Do you have wall art of a religious catagory?
Aimee Sanford – April 27, 2015:
Hi Tom, We can make AcoustiArt Panels with any high resolution image you choose, religious or otherwise. If you do not have a file on hand, I recommend going to a website like istockphoto.com or bigstockphoto.com and searching for one to purchase. Please call in and speak to one of our knowledgeable sales reps if you need any help finding an image, or have other questions on our products: 1-800-782-5742
Dale – April 27, 2015:
I live in a townhouse, I wanted to get some panels that are plain flat white, I would like to cover the 3 walls in my living room and maybe the one room wall in my bedroom so I do not disturb the person living next to me, is that something you can do and how much would the panels cost?
Hi Dale, If what you are trying to do is block sound from transmitting through your walls into your neighbor’s space, I wouldn’t even recommend acoustical wall panels. Panels are designed to primarily absorb sound and reduce reverberation in the space they are installed but will do little to keep the noise from reaching your neighbor. Take a look at some damping compounds like QuietGlue Pro. This can be applied to a new layer of drywall, which is then installed on your existing walls. Please call in if you have any questions: 800-782-5742
Richard Lee – April 27, 2015:
I own a duplex apartment. What is the best way to sound proof in between first and second floor? It has a suspended ceiling but they are fiberglassed backed.
Hi Richard, We have a few easy soundproofing solutions for suspended grid ceilings! You can replace your existing drop tiles with heavier tiles that have higher Sound Transmission Class ratings like our Signature Sound Barrier Ceiling Tiles, or you can add our AudioSeal™ Drop Tile Ceiling Barrier on top of your existing tiles. For the best soundproofing results, you can use these two products together. Please feel free to call in with any additional questions: 800 782 5742
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