- Facilities can reduce construction and material costs for insulation, sound baffling, and absorbent material by incorporating sound masking. Reducing materials helps qualify for LEED certification.
- Sound masking allows designers to open facilities for better air flow and natural light, which helps facilities meet LEED qualifications.
- According to the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), the leading certifying body for LEED construction projects, the goal of green construction is to incorporate both environmental and employee well-being into the project. Sound masking systems help green designers fulfill Indoor Environmental Quality, a key area of LEED certification:
“The Indoor Environmental Quality category promotes strategies that improve indoor air as well as those that provide access to natural daylight and views and improve acoustics.”
Sound masking systems improve the acoustical environment of your workspace and contribute to increased worker productivity and comfort. Contact us today to learn more