Restaurants and Cafes

When it comes to restaurants the old saying goes that people vote with their feet so your venue needs to be as inviting as possible. Noise reverberation is a concern in many restaurants where hard surfaces prevail. It’s annoying to be at a restaurant when it’s so loud that you can’t hear others at your table. And, in this world where more and more people are conducting business in restaurants and cafes, good acoustics are more important than ever.

quashTM can work with you to achieve a more comfortable dining experience for your patrons. Installing better acoustics can also have other benefits such as reducing ordering mishaps.

Common causes of noise in restaurants and cafes is due to:

  • Poor quality and poor performing walls, ceilings, doors windows and absorption
  • External noise
  • Flanking noise around and above walls
  • Echo and sound reverberation

    Methods of reducing intrusive noise can be as simple as adding acoustic fabric covered absorbent panels or foam tiles to walls or ceilings.

    quashTM offers a complete range of noise reduction and sound proofing solutions involving a range of products and acoustic materials suitable for hospitality outlets. Effective solutions to reduce the noise include:

  • Adding additional barriers and/or blocking the path of the noise
  • Installing isolation products to prevent sound vibrations transmitting through walls
  • Installing absorption products
  • Installing acoustic doors and/or seals
  • Installing acoustic windows

    Contact us today to find out how we can quashTM the unwanted noise in your venue.


    Case Study Snapshot


    John contacted quashTM and said he was getting noise complaints in his café/restaurant.


    quashTM assessed the situation and installed absorption panels throughout the ceiling to reduce the echo/reverberation.


    John’s regular customers couldn’t believe how much difference the panels made and that noise was no longer an issue at all.

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