Once again, I’m referring you to one of my recent articles – this time in the January issue of Construction Canada magazine. It’s called “Better Late Than Never: Retrofitting Sound Masking to Improve Acoustics.”
The type of ‘facility malfunction’ I describe at the beginning of this article really does happen far too frequently. As sound masking suppliers, we often find ourselves being asked in after a client has moved into their new space and come to the conclusion that its acoustical performance just isn’t good enough. One of the great advantages of our technology is that it’s easy to implement, even ‘after the fact.’ But, as you’ll read in the article, to reap all of its potential rewards, it’s really best to include sound masking in your initial design.