Churches and Counseling Centers
Privacy and acoustic privacy in religious worship and reflection isn’t always a given. High or low ceilings that evoke peace and comfort can spell acoustic doom, necessitating loud speakers during service, and overheard conversations during quiet lulls.
Counseling centers often make do with temporary setups or low cost rooms with half walls that don’t really inspire confidence. And even nice buildings leak sound between walls, beneath doors, and through ducts.
Every city and community depends on the mental and spiritual health of its people. And people need a place where they can recharge and unburden their spirits without being afraid of being overheard.
Sound masking and acoustic panels transform a place invisibly and yet in a very discernible way. Quiet and confidentiality are restored in churches, counseling offices, reception areas, prayer rooms and meeting rooms.