Soffitto acustico

Do you want some break from your infant’s loud crying or from the blasting music coming straight from your teen’s room or from the kitchen appliances battle, if you are seeking for a piece of peace in your space, we have got some solution for you.

Who doesn’t like to work or sleep in a quiet environment, I guess every one of us! In this era, your peace is just a few steps away. Let the silence be locked inside your door by installing an acoustic ceiling. 

The acoustic ceiling panels are the perfect solution to dampen and saturate the echoes and unwanted noise. The ceiling absorbs sound and reduces the bounce, while also inhibiting sound from travelling to adjoining rooms. They are generally attached directly to the ceiling or they can be used in a drop or false ceiling where it’s dangled below the real ceiling. 

If you are worried about the decor then you definitely do not need to stress upon. We have got an immense variety of designs and textures to match all your desires. Depending on your preferences, you can choose a tile with imprinted design, pattern scored into tile or you can choose tile from many different edge options. Moreover, we have got the best quality acoustic panel for sale. 

What you need to look while selecting the ceiling

As we already know the ceiling block, diffuse or absorb the sound but there are certain factors you should keep in mind while selecting for your ideal type.

Acoustic ratings 

There are different acoustic sound ratings you should check while shopping for the ceiling tiles. Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC), the Sound Transmission Class (STR), and Ceiling Attenuation Class (CAC), are types of sound rating which measures sound differently. 


NRC gives a measure of how much sound the particular ceiling panel will absorb, thereby abating the noise within a space. They are common to employ in walls and partitions. The rating is like 1 for 100% absorption and 0 for no absorption.


Ceiling attenuation class rates the efficiency of tiles as a boundary to airborne sound transmission, precisely it gives you an idea of how much sound travels to adjacent rooms. For better noise control you should look for higher ratings.


Now, this rating tells you how much sound the material can block. The rating scale might vary from  1 to 100, same rules apply here as CAC the higher the rating the better it’s blocking. 

Apart from noise reduction, and deadening  there are other perks of acoustic ceiling such as-

They are highly light reflective, they allow more light to reflect back into the room which ultimately saves money in utility cost.

You also get options like humidity resistance, reflectivity, and fire resistance.

They are super easy to install and clean. They impact reluctance and flexibility which compel them to be easier to remove and replace in just a blink of an eye.

The ceiling options are must-have for noise control and style in places like the cafeteria, hospitals, schools, museums, restaurants, commercial buildings, home, etc. 

We hope you have learned about the benefits but if you still have some queries we are more than happy to answer them as well, reach us at 

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  1. Are acoustic ceiling tiles fireproof?

Acoustic ceiling tiles are designed to give a short period of fire resistance however, to ensure the resistance period of your selected ceiling, you should check the fire test certificate.

  1. Are acoustic tiles paintable?

The answer is somewhat between yes and no! The ceilings should absolutely not be painted with traditional paint because it fills the pores present in the acoustic ceiling which degrade its sound dampening quality.

  1. What paint to use on acoustic ceiling tiles?

Procoat is one of the most safest options to brighten up the archaic acoustic ceiling. They bestow a similar effect as paint, but unlike them, they don’t block void, instead, they add up more features and improve the visual, acoustic and fire rating performance of the room.

  1. How do acoustic tiles work?

Acoustic panels or tiles improve sound through wave absorption. Under normal circumstances, the waves spread until they meet resistance – at which point it reflects off any surface that meets them. And acoustic tiles absorb the extra noises and reduce the echo to a great extent.