Why opt for an acoustic ceiling in wood?
Installing acoustic ceiling panels is the ideal way to improve the acoustics of a space and suppress reverberation. Bad acoustics can be annoying and extremely tiring, at home and in the office. In fact, reverberations lead to poor understanding and a loss of concentration. Fortunately, there are acoustic solutions for ceilings that can improve the acoustics in your living room, your kitchen or your office in no time at all. With a wooden acoustic ceiling, for example, sound is softened, the echo reduced and the room seems less empty. These acoustic panels absorb the sound and prevent sound waves from reverberating around. An acoustic ceiling optimises acoustic comfort and makes a space feel pleasant and calming.
Acoustic solutions for ceilings in wood
The acoustic ceiling panels in our range are clad with durable and aesthetically pleasing solid wood QuickClip® pprofiles with open spacing. With carefully-spaced slats, an Isover Climliner 602 glass wool slab and the correct gap between the slats and the ceiling, undesired sound waves are absorbed to ensure perfect acoustics. Moreover, the wood slats contribute to a warm, decorative feel and a natural look.
Carpentier offers a selection of ceiling panels with outstanding acoustic features. Test results of acoustic performance are available on our downloads page. With their seamless finish, these acoustic panels will blend harmoniously with any interior decor style and you can easily incorporate lighting and smoke detectors.
A large range of finishing options are also available for our sound-absorbing ceiling panels. For example, panels can be charred, brushed or treated with multiple coats of oil or stain without affecting their acoustic qualities.
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What is an acoustic ceiling?
An acoustic ceiling is a ceiling comprising sound-absorbing panels. These panels reduce reverberations in a room and soften noise. Thanks to acoustic ceiling panels you can improve the acoustics in your dining room, kitchen or office; the room will seem less empty. This is especially so in large, open areas with high ceilings and smooth walls, such as lofts, offices, restaurants and modern houses; the acoustic ceiling significantly reduces the reverberation.
Advantages of acoustic ceiling panels
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How to install acoustic ceiling panels
Carpentier’s acoustic ceiling panels with solid wood cladding have a sound absorption rating of B/C/D. They can be quickly and easily installed in an office, home, apartment, meeting room, restaurant or any other space. But how are acoustic panels laid? In the video below, we show you how a professional can install an acoustic ceiling easily using acoustic panels which come with a very practical system for clipping them into place.
Did you know?
Our QuickClip® ceilings are perfect for circular use. Simply clip the wooden profiles away using the set of dismantling keys - there is no risk of damage.
If desired, panelling can be removed from the entire ceiling and reassembled elsewhere.