Thinner Is Better: Advantages of 5/8” Wood Fiber Panels
Not every manufacturer of acoustic panels offers a 5/8-inch thick size. Cardinal Acoustics does, and there are some compelling reasons for why this thinner profile wood fiber panel might be right for your project.
Earn an HSW Credit with Wood Fiber Acoustical Panel Lunch & Learn Program
Earning the required HSW certified learning units each year can be challenging. It can be an even bigger challenge to find an interesting and informative presentation that you haven’t already heard. We are a certified AIA program provider (and, naturally, we have the additional expertise to educate on the topic of acoustical panels).
Acoustical Solution for Bullitt Lick Middle School
The Facilities Manager of Bullitt Lick Middle School in Shepherdsville, KY contacted us with hopes of improving the acoustics in the school’s gymnasium. When there is too much reverberation, hearing becomes difficult for everyone.
Why Wood Fiber Is the Best Choice for Acoustical Panels
It may seem counter-intuitive that wood is a good material for noise absorption. After all, a room with wood paneling tends to reflect sound rather than absorb it. But when wood is processed into wood fiber, it is one of the best materials available to control acoustics.
What happens when a beautiful space like St. John Vianney Catholic Church in Bettendorf, Iowa is constructed using non-absorptive surfaces that reflect sound? Here's a case study in how Cardinal Acoustics helped resolve the problem.
We’re busy preparing for the 2019 CISCA Fall Conference in Nashville, 9/18-20. Stop by booth #17 and say hello to our new Senior Vice President, Mark Straub and Cardinal Acoustics team members Daniel Khourie and Aaron Campbell.
FAQs: Getting Your Project Started Using Wood Fiber Acoustical Panels
There are a lot of steps involved with planning even the simplest of building projects. Getting started can be the hardest part. We work extra hard to make the process of selecting the right acoustical panels for your project as simple as possible. We want to share some answers to questions we’re frequently asked by architects, contractors and business owners when they begin the process of selecting materials to meet their sound reduction needs.