What is community noise?

Community noise can refer to the ambient noise generated by people in buildings. Churches, schools, gymnasiums and community centres can generate noise in many ways – multiple voices in classrooms, footsteps in hallways and cafeterias, large spaces, hard walls and ceilings that all reflect the sound and can create echo or reverberation. This setting can be loud enough as it is and the hard surfaces can intensify the noise if the acoustics are not addressed.

Community can also refer to external noise generated by people entering your home or workplace, such as noisy parties or hospitality venues in nearby and surrounding areas.

Quash can assist in finding a solution to community noise through the installation of acoustic absorbing wall and ceiling panels.

Stories that stopped community noise

Installations that stop community noise

Why Quash™ for stopping community noise?

  • 7 year warranty on products
  • 6 month warranty on installation
  • No job too complex or simple
  • Holistic solutions, based on proven results
  • Tailored to your needs and budget