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acondicionamiento acústico en la rehabilitación de edificios 01Acoustic conditioning in building renovation is currently one of the most sought-after goals when undertaking this type of action. The decision to undertake the restoration or renovation of premises, homes and workplaces is determined by the need to improve conditions of use. Among these, of course, is acoustics.

Acoustic conditioning of achieves a much-desired acoustic comfort, a situation in which the noise level caused by human activities is suitable for people's rest, communication and health. This provides the peace of mind needed to combat stress, irritability and bad moods, improves privacy by reducing the sound level of conversations and other sound sources, and enhances the value of any home, office or shop.

Moreover, there is no renovation project that does not also seek to update the aesthetics of the building. The need to keep up with the latest trends in decoration and interior design is one of the main reasons for carrying out a renovation.

But, is it really possible to undertake both the aesthetic renovation and the acoustic conditioning of a room at the same time? Not only is it possible, it is in fact advisable, in order to save on costs and reduce nuisance. Simply opt for materials such as Spigogroup wood interior cladding and wood acoustic panels, which offer the exact sound absorption required for each project, while providing the aesthetic appeal of wood. Products designed, tested and manufactured to meet the highest requirements in terms of safety, health and environmental care.



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