Acoustical ceiling grids form a sound barrier that gives you privacy and allows for a more productive workspace. They also play a significant role in light reflectance. This helps you maximize your space’s lighting and can be a key factor in maintaining a constant temperature.
Keep in mind that not all acoustical ceiling components are created equal. Two calculations, the noise reduction coefficient (NRC) and ceiling attenuation class (CAC), are used to measure an acoustical ceiling’s ability to both deflect sound. These numbers vary from title to tile. They even vary between slightly different versions of the same tile.
It may be easy to select an acoustical ceiling tile and grid based on their visual appeal, but with these numerical variations available, it becomes much more difficult to pick components that are both aesthetically pleasing and perform to high standards. Bringing the two ideas together will help keep your office productive.
Our team has unmatched experience with all types of acoustical ceiling systems and we are knowledgeable on a diverse range of acoustical ceiling products. Whether your project requires all-purpose acoustic tiles or a customized acoustical solution, Heitkotter has the right ceiling for the space. We have been the Fox Valley’s trusted wall and ceiling specialists since 1884. You can trust our team to determine which products best fit your space.