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How hotel properties are creating quiet spaces.

Noise issues are among the most common complaints that hotel guests have.  Unfortunately, hotel owners cannot request other guests to quiet their small children or make traffic noises stop at a certain hour.  Naturally, stopping outside noises can be problematic, and many hoteliers have struggled to find a viable solution.  Fortunately, new developments in soundproofing and acoustic technology can provide an answer to this ongoing concern.

While many hoteliers have overlooked the importance of soundproofing in the past, the rise of online reviews and social media have given guests the power to issue public complaints against properties.  When dozens of guests mention how noisy their rooms were, it will naturally turn off other potential guests.  So, if you want to offer your guests a peaceful experience worth posting about, then investing in soundproofing technology is a must.

Randy Brown is the founder and president of Soundproof Windows, Inc., a business dedicated to producing the best soundproofing options for homes, hotels, and other businesses.  After years of testing and development, Brown created his acoustic window system that manages to block out more noise than a solid wall.  Brown’s acoustic windows are installed behind existing windows to create an additional sound-canceling layer.

Because Brown’s product does not require replacing all the windows on a property, it is the perfect solution for hotels who are looking to soundproof on a budget.  Brown points out that his windows are so successful in eliminating noise, that they are often used in recording studios. 

With new soundproofing technologies such as the ones created by Soundproof Windows, Inc., hotels in noisy locations are starting to become more viable.  Locations such as those near train tracks, freeways, and concert halls can invest in soundproofing technology for a real opportunity for success.

This is what you need to know about new soundproofing technology.  Do you need help with your hotel renovation project?  If so, then contact Nikki Fox at Parkwest General Contractors at Nikki@ParkwestGC.com.  Our dedicated team is eager to assist you with all your building upgrade needs today.

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