Turn That Spare Room into Recording Studio - Choosing Your Acoustic Ceiling
If you are constantly going to the recording studio to make music, there may be a better solution. Acoustic ceiling tiles can turn that spare room into your very own recording studio. Acoustic ceiling panels will mitigate vibrations and improve sound quality. The key to this all is choosing the right acoustic ceiling tile.
In this article, we will explain what ceiling tiles are made of, and how to choose the correct material.
What Are Acoustic Ceilings?
Acoustic ceilings are unique tiles that minimize echoes and vibrations that leave or enter the room. These ceiling tiles are common in offices, classrooms, and recording studios.
Acoustic ceiling tiles are made from different materials, and all of these materials provided different characteristics. For a recording studio, acoustic ceiling panels are generally made from fiberglass or wood. Here is an overview of the two:
Fiberglass Acoustic Ceilings
Fiberglass acoustic ceiling panels are very durable and provide good sound absorption. The sound absorption reduces echo between rooms and other spaces in your home. This will keep the recording space safe from outside noises.
Wood Acoustic Ceilings
Wood acoustic ceiling panels have a unique surface texture that allows for natural sound diffusion. Wood also provides a warm feel to the recording studio space.
Which Acoustic Ceiling Tile is Right for Me?
Without knowing needs, space, and budget, it is impossible to provide an accurate answer. The best way to get a detailed and accurate quote is to contact us. At Turner Bro's, we have decades of experience installing acoustic ceiling tiles. Contact us today to find out which acoustic ceiling tile is suitable for your needs.
Turner Bros Contractors Ltd. has been providing steel-stud framing, drywall, and acoustic ceiling services for residential and commercial applications in the Vancouver area since 1932. The company is family-run with four generations of the family represented in the business.
If you have any questions about this article or would like to talk to us about your residential or commercial project, please call us at (604) 532-1991 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.