Now, Specialty Ceilings can sound as good as they look, delivering the same noise control as classic acoustical ceilings. Select WOODWORKS or METALWORKS systems to help reduce noise in concentration or focus spaces, create collaborative environments, or work to ensure confidentiality in closed spaces. Get noise control and design flexibility with Specialty Ceilings that have Total Acoustics performance.
Total Acoustics ceiling panels and Specialty Ceilings are rated BEST, BETTER, GOOD so you can easily choose the ceiling that's right for your spaces.
ABCs of Acoustical Design: Absorb and Block sound with Total Acoustics high performance ceiling panels. Then Cover intruding noise with electronic sound masking from Cambridge.
Total Acoustics ceiling panels feature the ideal combination of sound absorption and sound blocking. So whether you are trying to reduce noise in concentration or focus spaces, creating collaborative environments or working to ensure confidentiality, get total noise control and design flexibility with Total Acoustics ceiling panels.
* Acoustics performance for WOODWORKS and METALWORKS ceilings is determined by the product, perforation, and infill panel. See product data sheets for detailed information.
Click the BEST, BETTER, GOOD options below to see the products that fit your space.
TOTAL ACOUSTICS = NRC 0.80+ AND CAC 35+
High traffic spaces or multipurpose spaces where maximum sound absorption and sound blocking are needed to help keep noise levels down and prevent disruption to adjacent spaces.
TOTAL ACOUSTICS = NRC 0.70-0.75 AND CAC 35+
Spaces where strong sound absorption and sound blocking are needed for all-around acoustical performance.
TOTAL ACOUSTICS = NRC 0.60-0.65 AND CAC 35+
Spaces where less sound absorption is required but sound blocking is needed to maintain privacy between adjacent areas.
Total Acoustics for Every Space
We offer a variety of continuing education courses to help you with everything from understanding how to design for acoustics in today's flexible interiors to acoustic design in green building. All are AIA-approved and many are IDCEC CES-approved.