It is a common misconception that soundproofing is limited to wall panels. Soundproofing your ceiling can improve the acoustics in your space and limit the amount of disruptive noise that impacts other rooms.
Sound Absorbing Ceiling Tiles
Acoustic ceiling tiles are one of the most cost-effective ways to control noise in your home or commercial space. They help reduce noise by absorbing sound waves that would otherwise reflect off of your ceiling and reverberate around the room. Acoustic ceiling tiles also prevent sound waves from penetrating your ceiling which means less noise for the rooms above. Essentially, acoustic ceiling tiles work by absorbing, blocking, and scattering sound.
What are the Advantages of Acoustic Ceiling Tiles?
There are many reasons why you should consider acoustic ceiling tiles for your space.
Ease of Installation
One of the main advantages of acoustic ceiling tiles is how easy they are to install. Unlike sound limiting insulation and soundproof drywall, acoustic ceiling tiles do not require a major renovation project.
Our acoustic ceiling tiles can be dropped directly into an existing suspended ceiling grid system. This means you simply replace your current ceiling tiles with acoustic ceiling tiles to immediately gain the benefits of a sound-absorbing ceiling. You can also install acoustic ceiling tiles using a simple nail-up method. If you do not have an existing dropped ceiling grid network or do not want to install one, simply nail our acoustic tiles directly into your ceiling.
Acoustic tiles were designed with homeowners in mind. You do not need to undergo a massive project to install them.
They Are Affordable
While other soundproofing options can be quite expensive, acoustic ceiling tiles can be installed on a low budget. The tiles themselves are relatively inexpensive and have no minimum purchase amount so you can order the exact number of acoustical ceiling tiles you need for your space without overbuying. Whether you want to limit noise pollution coming from a small dining room or sound from a larger space like a finished basement, you can do so without blowing your budget.
Another reason to consider acoustic ceiling tiles is the value they can add to your property. People are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of good acoustics and noise reduction. If you consider this in your house or commercial space, you can increase the resale value.
They Are Extremely Versatile
When most people think of soundproofing options, they think of ugly, grey soundproof foam panels stapled to a wall. With acoustic ceiling tiles, you do not have to sacrifice looks for function.
Our acoustic ceiling tiles are available in many aesthetically pleasing designs. With intricate patterns and gorgeous colors, you can give your space a vintage look and maintain the advantages of acoustic control.
We offer contemporary designs that focus on geometric patterns and simple lines that would look great in a room with a modern feel. Or, if you prefer a more traditional look, we also offer acoustic tiles that replicate classic designs. No matter what sort of space you have, you’ll find an acoustic soundproof ceiling tiles to match.
Our acoustic tiles are also available in a wide variety of colors. Simply select the one that matches your preferences. In addition to controlling the acoustics in your space, choosing the right color can make your ceilings an eye-catching design element. Match the color and pattern to your décor and furniture to turn a functional ceiling into a beautiful one.
Acoustic tiles can be used for many applications. While some people use them for greater control of the acoustics in their space, others create a partial sound barrier between one room and another. For example, we see acoustic tiles used to separate rental properties. If you are renting a basement, you may want to limit the noise traveling from one unit to another through the ceiling. Acoustic ceiling tiles are an easy way to do this.
Which Acoustic Ceiling Tiles Should I Choose?
As mentioned, our acoustic ceiling tiles come in a wide variety of styles and colors. While we always encourage you to choose the tile that matches your personal preferences, some tiles really stand out to us that we wanted to share. Below are two types of acoustic tiles that we hope inspire you.
Micro-Perforated Acoustical Aluminum Ceiling Tile With SoundTex
You get a great deal of acoustic control with these micro-perforated tiles. The SoundTex backing absorbs sound through a patented structure of nonwoven material. This means your sound is limited to the room where you want it. If you were looking to improve the acoustics of a room and prevent reverberation, these are perfect for the job. They would go well in an entertainment room or any sort of space where you plan on listening to music.
These tiles are available in a few color options and the tile itself is clean and won’t distract from the rest of the decor. If you want something that’s more about function without an elaborate design, this is one you should consider.
Find this excellent acoustic ceiling tile HERE.
Romeo, Romeo – Shanko – Powder Coated – Tin Ceiling Tile - #502
If you want the performance of an acoustic ceiling tile but also want to make a statement, take a look at the Romeo, Romeo Shanko decorative ceiling tile.
The intricate crosshatch design that includes elaborate details and curves. This tile really is beautiful and meant to replicate the appearance of a traditional ceiling tile.
You can choose between a drop-in tile that easily slots into a suspended ceiling grid or a basic nail-up option. There is also a lot of color options. Everything from subtle whites and greys to more eye-catching reds and greens is available for your selection.
By simply selecting the perforated acoustical option, you can make this stunning tile serve a soundproofing purpose. With the Romeo, Romeo acoustic ceiling tile, there is no need to choose between style and function.
Find it HERE.