Sound Masking for Higher Productivity
Build a Better Workplace
Fearing’s Audio Video Security can help you to educe noise distractions, increase productivity, and protect speech privacy in your office or commercial setting.
Imagine a workplace where you cannot hear your coworker next to you talking on the phone. You cannot hear the banter by the water cooler down the hall. You cannot hear the meeting next door. That peaceful, relaxing background silence is the result of sound masking, or “white noise.”
Sound masking has been shown to increase productivity in the workplace. That’s because it reduces unwanted distractions while increasing speech privacy. Undistracted employees with a sense of professional privacy can simply be more productive.
How sound masking works:
Sound masking corresponds to the speech spectrum to effectively conceal speech levels. The subtle spectrum of noise introduced by a sound masking system gently raises the ambient sounds of your workplace. The result is reduced intelligibility of nearby conversations. That speech privacy is good for everyone in the workplace.
No space is too big or small for sound masking. Fearing’s can help you determine the best system for sound masking in your company’s unique space. From a single cubicle to a vast workplace of thousands of square feet, we can help.
J.H. Findorff has been a greater Madison area builder since the 1800’s and it’s people have always made the difference.
Training the Findorff way is imperative to its continued success. Fearing’s Audio Video & Security was called to help Findorff upgrade the corporate training room for flexibility and using technology help train staff and facilitate various types of meetings plus incorporating video conferencing.
The space also needed to be configured to be divided for two separate rooms when needed.
Designing an Optimal Acoustic Environment
No space is too big or small for soundproofing.
Fearing’s can help you determine the best system for sound masking in your company’s unique space. From a single cubicle to a vast workplace of thousands of square feet, we can help.
How do I create the ideal acoustic environment?
When designing an optimal acoustic environment, consultants typically consider a variety of elements referred to as the ABC’s of acoustic design. In an ideal environment, the design elements would Absorb, Block and Cover sound. Consultants balance these elements to reduce conversational distractions while designing an open, aesthetically pleasing office.
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