When you are working, it’s important to maintain focus. Part of this is ensuring that your home workspace is not interrupted by unnecessary or unwanted sounds that could break concentration. While locating your workspace in a quiet place is a good option, it isn’t always possible. Acoustic Geometry knows that soundproofing and noise reduction solutions need to be agile to fit the needs of your life. Here are some ways to ensure that your home office stays peaceful with soundproofing solutions.
Get A Better Door
If your home office still has the standard door that was installed when you started using the space, this is an excellent place to start. A doorway is, usually, the biggest portal to a different area of the home, and will let in the most sound if not properly soundproofed. Creating a seal around an existing door can also help prevent erroneous sounds from breaking your focus. To start, installing one of Acoustic Geometry’s Door Seal Kits is the simplest way to begin soundproofing your office. For a more involved solution, the Studio 3D Door offers a high-performance complete door solution.
Keep Noise Outside
Once the door is taken care of, the next most vulnerable place for sound to enter your home office are your windows. Not only can these be a visual distraction, but also an acoustic distraction. Thin glass and older windows that need replacing won’t provide an adequate acoustic barrier to outside noise. Traffic, neighbors, and animals can all cause distracting sounds that break your focus. Utilizing acoustic window solutions can help reduce outside noise. Trust the AcrylAccoustic™ Window Treatment from Acoustic Geometry to help block noise with minimal aesthetic impact. Additionally, Climate Seal acoustic window inserts provide a simple and effective solution.
Soundproof Your Walls, Ceilings, And Floors
Understanding the basics of acoustics can help your office be less noisy. If you have hard surfaces, reverberation will make it sound louder, and noise that does get in won’t be absorbed. For simple soundproofing, ensuring that your office has a carpet as opposed to hard floors can help. Other ways of optimizing your soundproofing within an office include installing sound-absorbing and diffusing materials on or inside your walls. Utilizing materials like a Fabric-Wrapped Panel can help reduce incoming sound and make your home office more acoustically optimized. SoundBlox Desk Acoustical Partitions are another option. They are easy to install and block sound from around the room, as well as give your home office a private and modular workspace.
High-Performance Materials For Acoustic Geometry
At Acoustic Geometry, we know that creating a space where you can work and focus is important. Our goal is to bring simple, innovative, and affordable soundproofing and noise reduction acoustical solutions to your home. From home theaters to home offices, Acoustic Geometry has something for every room. Browse our catalog, and find out more about Acoustic Geometry, by visiting our website https://www.acousticgeometry.com/.