A recent example of powerful collaboration at the planning and execution stage came from L&W Supply Bluffton and Chroma Collections in the Hilton Head Christian Academy ceilings project.
“With a project like Hilton Head Academy, it can’t always be solved with a single call or email process,” says Shep Caldwell. “A dynamic ceiling solution and delivery like this one requires consistent communication in order to ensure it will be a success. We were pleased to see that once again, Chroma Collections was able to act as a knowledgeable ‘go-to’ resource for our teams every step of the way.”
Research on acoustics in public facilities: A recent survey by Zagat listed restaurant noise as the top complaint for 24% of those surveyed – this is only second to poor service at 26% and surpassed both prices and crowds! -Hearing Ally
Acoustic surfaces = customer satisfaction: "I have heard all the stories about how you don’t want to include acoustic material in the restaurant because you want the restaurant to be noisy, because noise adds energy. Nonsense! Noise is just noise. Sound and music, color and art, people and conversation add energy. Deliver the sound to the table and forget the noise." - FSR Magazine
In order to resolve the excess noise inherent in many restaurants, owners should incorporate acoustically absorbent materials into the restaurant—either as part of the initial design, or as an aftermarket addition. - FSR Magazine (research on acoustics in public facilities)
The SoundPrint app has a built-in decibel reader, which crowdsources noise-level ratings at restaurants and bars and serves up “quiet lists” based on those readings...acoustic surfaces = customer satisfaction
Do you have a noise problem or want to prevent one? Chroma Collections has solutions for your ceilings and walls.