BUILD PRO ACOUSTIC 

We use software's for acoustic fields in 3D simulation, for insulation and sound absorption forecast. A great help for a more accurate and reliable design

AV Caribbean Build Pro Acoustic
conference room

conference room

beautiful engineering acoustic materials.

studio recording

studio recording

acoustic + diffusor utilities acoustic panels.

dinner space

dinner space

beautiful acoustic panels- suit conversation.

large public area

large public area

unwanted noise issues - smart acoustic panels.

vip conference

vip conference

architectonic celling installation panels.

large conference

large conference

extraordinary wall acoustic design panels.

coworker space

coworker space

acoustic environmental decoration panels.

waiting areas

waiting areas

out of the ordinary acoustic panel design.

open spaces

open spaces

nature culture acoustic panels solutions.

corporate room

corporate room

acoustic panels control unnecessary noise.

small conference

small conference

nature geometric design acoustic panels.

meeting room

meeting room

contemporary square acoustic panels.

Our mission is to solve your noise problem with a cost effective acoustic material solution. Our panels and accessories are manufactured and assembled giving you the freedom to customize your room acoustic problems. 

Let us help you!

Get control of unwanted noise with acoustic treatment solutions

Accurate Design

Acoustic Bass Trap

Celling  Panels

Curtains 

 

Diffusions Panel

Foam Bass Trap

 

Geometrics Panels

Home speaker and Studio Monitors Stabilizer 

Insulation Boots

 

Printed Panel

Rooms Kits panels solutions

 

Wall Panels

Let our highly experienced acoustic solution team help you bring beauty and a different level of acoustic to your space. Contact us to schedule an appointment or for questions.

 

We provides acoustic materials for different business types of unwanted noise issues:

  • Cafes

  • Gyms

  • Offices

  • Schools

  • Auditoriums 

  • Recital Halls 

  • Hospitals

  • Hotels 

  • Home Theaters

  • Recording Studio

  • Commercial Malls

  • Conference Rooms

  • Coworker office space 

  • Stereo,voices and live music

  • Reverberation in restaurants

 

Sound - Noise and the Indoor Environment

 

Sound is everywhere, and we hear sounds from many different sources throughout our daily lives. In its most basic sense, vibrating objects, which in turn cause a slight change in the air pressure, produce sound. These pressure changes travel in the form of sound waves through the air or other media, such as walls, floors, or ceilings, and are eventually detected by the listener’s ear and interpreted by his or her brain as information, or specific sounds. Sound is what we hear. Noise, on the other hand, is unwanted sound. And even relatively quiet noise can be distracting.

Noise in an indoor environment can cause any number of different problems depending on what the space is used for, who is using it, and how long the noise is present.

 

Three common situations include excessively loud noises, prolonged exposure to loud noise, and uncontrolled noise. Each of these situations can impact people in negative ways.

Exposure to excessively loud noise, such as a blast or extremely loud music, can cause physical damage to the ear as well as psychological distress to the listener. Everyone is unique, and so the noise will impact people differently, but by and large, excessively loud noise tends to have negative health impacts. At the most extreme, exposure to high levels of noise can cause either a temporary change in hearing, temporary ringing in the ears (tinnitus), or, if combined with prolonged exposure, permanent tinnitus and/or permanent hearing loss. In addition to the physical impacts, excessively loud noise can be physically and psychologically stressful. This stress, in turn, can reduce a person’s workplace productivity, interfere with their ability to communicate and concentrate on the job, and can even impact their safety if the situation makes it difficult to hear warning signals.