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Primacoustic Sound Absorption Panels Address House of Worship Acoustic Challenges

Press Release — For Immediate Release October 2, 2019 — From the hear-a-pin-drop closing moments of an impactful sermon to the full bandwidth output of a live contemporary worship band, today’s House of Worship environment reflects the critical need for optimal acoustics and intelligibility — at all volume levels. A significant challenge many Houses of… Read More

Divine Acoustics: Sound Absorption in the House of Worship

Too Loud or Too Soft? Why Sound Absorption Matters in a House of Worship. Problem: When it comes to having great acoustics in a live setting, many Houses of Worship face a major challenge: most were either not designed and built with acoustics in mind or are actually leased warehouse or gym spaces with high,… Read More

Reducing Restaurant Noise Levels With Acoustic Panels

Problem: The increasing incidence of high dB levels that lead to restaurant noise was once again the number one complaint patrons have with restaurants, as confirmed in a recent Zagat survey. The seriousness of this problem is highlighted by the fact that many food writers are now including decibel level readings in their reviews. This… Read More

Primacoustic Panels Reduce High dB Levels in Restaurants

NEWS RELEASE — Port Coquitlam, British Columbia — A dramatic rise in NIHL (Noise-Induced Hearing Loss) is leading restaurants and houses of worship alike to address dangerously high dB levels by installing acoustic panels that reduce the incidence of reverberant and ambient noise. NIHL is a noise-related hearing condition that can lead to debilitating tinnitus,… Read More

Primacoustic Expands Paintables Series with Broadway Broadband 48” x 48” Acoustic Panel

PRESS RELEASE: Port Coquitlam, British Columbia — Primacoustic has expanded its popular Paintables line of acoustic panels with the introduction of the new Broadway 48” x 48” Broadband absorptive wall panel. Primacoustic Paintables is a line of soundproofing panels that gives architects and interior/room designers the ability to integrate matched color or printed graphics into… Read More

Primacoustic Paintable Acoustic Panels Bring a Sound Solution To Open Office Environments

Primacoustic paintable acoustic panels reduce noisy distractions in open office spaces. Problem: The popularity of open office environments has also led to an increase in the use of installed paintable acoustic panels to reduce distractions, both acoustically and visually. A study of 10,000 people by office equipment supplier Steelcase found that workers lose an average… Read More

Primacoustic Expands Paintables Line of Acoustic Panels

    NEWS RELEASE Port Coquitlam, British Columbia July 25, 2019 – Primacoustic has expanded its popular Paintables line of acoustic panels with the introduction of the new Broadway 48” x 48” Broadband absorptive wall panel. Primacoustic Paintables is a line of acoustic panels that gives architects and interior/room designers the ability to integrate matched… Read More

Primacoustic Panels Bring Sound Absorption Solution to Aspen Academy

PRESS RELEASE: Port Coquitlam, British Columbia — Aspen Academy, a nationally acclaimed pre-K through 8th-grade school in Greenwood Village, Colorado, recently installed Primacoustic school auditorium acoustic panels, including Broadway fabric covered acoustic wall panels and ThunderTile T-bar acoustic ceiling panels, in its 1,000 seat auditorium. The result was an affordable and seamless installed sound absorption… Read More

Aspen Academy Solves Auditorium Acoustical Challenges With Primacoustic Acoustic Panels

Primacoustic acoustic panels bring an affordable and elegant acoustical solution to a school auditorium with high ceilings and angled walls. Problem: Aspen Academy’s 1,000 seat school auditorium is used regularly for student plays and variety shows. Like many school auditoriums, the room was built in the early 1980s and was not designed for live production… Read More

Piva Restaurant Case Study

Modern restaurant with a classic challenge Piva Modern Italian Restaurant is a 150-seat fine dining venue in the Vancouver suburb of New Westminster, BC. The restaurant is contemporary in design with polished concrete floors, huge windows and hard surfaces throughout. Visually stunning, yet acoustically challenging.This acoustical treatment noticeably reduced the echo and background noise in… Read More