Community centres

Acoustic treatment for community centres

High noise levels can make communication difficult, especially in group activities such as fitness classes, sports games, or dance sessions. By reducing noise levels, communication can be improved, making it easier for instructors and participants to communicate and interact.

To cater both for a variety of activities and for cleanability, community centres are normally constructed with hard surfaces which cause sound to reflect. This makes it difficult for patrons to converse.

The solution to poor acoustics

Installing absorbent acoustic products is the best way to improve acoustics in community centres. This acoustic treatment lowers reverberation (the noise bouncing around the space) and allows everyone to communicate easily without raising their voices to be heard over the noise.

Some products we may recommend include: