Soundproofing the Modern Office

Category: Sound Masking
September 7, 2021

Trying to focus and work in an office can be next to impossible if you’re constantly being distracted by your coworkers. Here at LanStar Systems, Inc., we’ve been providing Maryland business owners with our soundproofing services for years, and wanted to take some time today to talk about why soundproofing your office will make it more productive.

Patch Up Any Holes

Sure, your office can function with holes in your wall, though it may give you an unprofessional look. Walls naturally block and muffle sound, but holes will allow for sound to pass through. Patching up these holes, even the small ones, will prevent sound from traveling around the office.

Utilize Some Acoustic Boards

Regular drywall will help dampen sounds, but won’t completely mask them. If you want your walls to block even more sound, you should have some acoustic boards installed around your office. Acoustic boards are made out of foam and will drastically improve your office’s soundscape. If you think your office could benefit from having acoustic boards installed, give LanStar Systems, Inc. a call today.

Make Your Office a Little Greener

Many office managers will set up plants around the office for aesthetic reasons, but having plants in your office can actually improve your level of soundproofing. Plants will help clean the air and will absorb some sounds, making your Maryland office more productive. For maximum effectiveness, spread your plants out across the whole office.

Work with a Professional Maryland Soundproofing Company

If you’re looking for some help soundproofing your Maryland office, get into contact with us at LanStar Systems, Inc. We’ve helped hundreds of different offices in Maryland, both large and small, and we can help you too. Don’t allow your productivity to suffer any longer, get into contact with our crew of expert Maryland soundproofing technicians today.


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