Acoustics vs. Soundproofing: Why Both Are Essential in Commercial Spaces

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Minimize Distractions & Echoes in Your Workplace 

Your workplace may look great and feel comfortable – but how does it sound? Sound is an often-overlooked component in creating a successful work environment. If voices are echoing off the conference room walls – or carried across the entire office – your staff may end up feeling distracted and frustrated.

Soundproofing and acoustics are two terms often used interchangeably, but both offer very different solutions for sound. Tactics like installing absorptive panels or a sound masking system can help balance the sound in your commercial space.

So, what is the difference between acoustics and soundproofing, and what can both offer your Plano, TX business? We share all you need to know below. And to get started with sound masking solutions, contact Texadia Systems here to discuss your business’s needs.

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Debunking Sound Masking Myths to Add Peace & Quiet to Your Business

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Make Your Office More Private and Increase Focus and Productivity

It’s hard to ‘get in the zone’ at work when distracting phone calls and conversations surround your desk or office. Recently, many people have said they prefer working from home for this very reason, while others (who probably have busier households) find working remotely too distracting.

Nevertheless, in your office, you want your staff to feel comfortable and empowered to get their work done. No one likes feeling like they have no privacy while in meetings or that they can’t answer a phone call without the entire department listening in. On the flip side, those same coworkers perhaps don’t want to eavesdrop and would rather finish their work by five. 

The cure for incessant disruptions and noises? Sound masking. But what is sound masking? Many people think it’s something that it’s not—and end up installing solutions that do little to help. 

As a commercial integrator based in the Frisco, TX area, we’re here to break down those myths and share what will actually help your business. And to learn more about corporate technology solutions, subscribe to our monthly newsletter here.

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How Does Office Sound Masking Work?

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Inspire Your Team to Focus & Maintain Privacy with Sound Masking

We often discuss how smart technology makes meetings more collaborative. But what about those blocks of time when you need to put your head down and focus on work or conduct an important call with minimal distraction?

Whether your office is crunching numbers or designing graphics, any Dallas business can benefit from sound masking technology. Curious about what sound masking does and how it works? Read on to see why your Texas office space will thrive with sound masking technology.

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