5 days ago
Quash completed the window soundproofing for Ozzyman Review installation for 3 ROOMS – master, nursery, and spare room.
2 Panel Secondary Sliding Window in 6.38mm laminated glass.
Frame Colour: Charcoal Luster ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
We supplied & installed all the acoustic absorption for channel 7’s overflow studio (a studio used when they have a busy schedule in the main studio).
We also installed acoustic panels in their voiceover booths to eliminate the high frequency reflective noise they were experiencing as part of the office soundproofing efforts. ... See MoreSee Less
Employees won’t have to go through a continuous background humming while they work when you let the Quash team built and install an enclosure for equipment like what we did for this chiller.
That's better health, concentration and productivity for employees! ... See MoreSee Less
Ciccio Sicilian Osteria, located right in the heart of one of Perth’s most popular dining strips, provide delicious Sicilian cuisine to local residents. With full view of an open kitchen, diners watching chefs prepare their meals became a noise issue.
We installed 50mm Acoustic panels to sound proof one of the walls to reduce the noise inside the restaurant and create a more pleasant acoustic ambience. Eight Quietspace acoustic sound absorbing panels were installed to each end wall with a stylish finish to compliment the awesome murals on the opposing walls, and 20 AAB (acoustic absorbing foam) black 50mm baffles were hung from the ceiling. ... See MoreSee Less
According the Midland Reporter, 10,000 homes will face aircraft noise for the first time due to Perth Airport's third runway. This will affect suburbs located to the east and south and south east of the airport – which haven’t been exposed to air traffic noise in the past.
Suburbs like Wattle Grove, High Wycombe, Forrestfield, and South Gilford will experience up to 200 extra noise events daily. Swan View, West Swan, Glen Forrest, Thornlie, Helena Valley, Caversham, Canning Vale, Darlington, Greenmount, and Guildford will also experience increased noise events.
Many Australians chose these areas for their homes to have a peaceful and quiet lifestyle. With the new runway in place, these communities will undeniably be impacted and residents can become agitated.
Thankfully, Quash has air traffic noise solutions to help maintain a restful and peaceful home.
Do you know anyone from these areas who may need air traffic soundproofing in their homes? ... See MoreSee Less
This open plan Wattle Grove home was suffering from echo and reverberation, especially with the hard word floor.
We installed 4 x 50mm nude/white Quietspace acoustic panels on the ceiling and 4 x 50mm panels on the walls wrapped in in-style pulse fabric acoustic. The wall panels were hung to wall using the split baton installation system which allows the walls panels to be moved to a different location in the home if required. Needless to say, we restored peace and quiet to their family dinner time and provided the ultimate home soundproofing. ... See MoreSee Less
When you’re craving for your Mexican food fix, you most likely won’t enjoy it in a place where you can’t hear the staff or converse with your friends, right?
Viva la Urbana is a busy Mexican restaurant and bar in Leederville. While they offer amazing dishes and drinks, their interior comprised of several hard surfaces including the walls, ceiling, floors and furniture that were impacting sound quality, making it harder for customers and staff to have conversations.
Our Quash solution consisted of 15 x AAB black 50mm baffles hung from the ceiling, allowing the space became much more intimate while providing a better work environment for staff. ... See MoreSee Less
Without doubt, the music room and the science room are two of the most interesting places in any school.
Cannington community college had these two new rooms – but they were backing onto each other so the noise coming from the music room was affecting the concentration of students in the science room.
We installed 12 x 25mm acoustic panels as wall soundproofing into the science room with Vertiface which allowed them to use the walls as pinboards without damaging the acoustic panels. As a bonus, we used Quietspace colours in raspberry and citrus. Who wouldn’t be happy with these Harry Potter colours?
The music room was lined with 12 x 50mm acoustic panels, had Quietspace colours in electric blue and brilliant orange to stimulate creativity and liveliness.
The two classes never bothered each other again, and they learned happily ever after! ... See MoreSee Less
These are the cities with the worst noise pollution
When you think about pollution you probably imagine a smog-filled city, or an ocean choking on plastic.
But pollution extends beyond what’s in the air and the water. Noise pollution, the noise we live with every day, is a growing problem, and it’s affecting our hearing.
Unsurprisingly, noise pollution is particularly bad in cities. A recent study found that Guangzhou in China had the worst noise pollution, while Zurich in Switzerland had the least.
They combined their results with data on noise pollution from the World Health Organization (WHO) as well as from SINTEF, a Norwegian-based research organization, and used it to plot noise pollution in 50 different cities.
Typical sources of noise pollution are transport, such as road, rail and air traffic, construction and industry, and radios and televisions blaring in shops, restaurants and bars. ... See MoreSee Less
Have you ever been in an indoor basketball court that was just unusually loud? Or a boardroom that is somewhat acoustically “off” when you have meetings?
The Shark Bay Recreation Centre needed a hand with absorbing reverberation. In the basketball gym we installed 95 x 50mm nude/white full size Quietspace panels onto both ceilings and walls for soundproofing.
We also fitted out the adjoining board room with 6 x 50mm Quietspace panels on the ceiling. ... See MoreSee Less
Don't you just love a cafe with not just good food but also amazing ambience?
Previously, we helped out May Street Larder achieve the latter to complement the former. As they have a decent seating capacity and popular breakfast shift, there was a fair amount of chatter from customers. The café became louder and it was losing the ambience it longed for.
The Quash team installed 17 sheets of 25mm Quietspace ceiling panels, trimmed to 600m lengths and contacted with adhesive directly to the ceiling. We also installed 50mm panels at 450 wide which were more suited to the front section of the café / restaurant.
This installation provided a "magnificent" outcome that the staff and customers both loved!
Do you know a café that needs to improve on their soundproofing? ... See MoreSee Less