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Acoustic ceiling tiles, why choose them made of wood?

By Acoustics, Architecture, Construction, Decoración, Decoration

In the search for acoustically pleasant environments, acoustic ceiling tiles have become a widespread solution in both commercial and residential spaces. Of the many materials available, wood acoustic panels stand out not only for their aesthetics but also for their functional advantages. Why should you choose wood acoustic panels for the ceilings of your project? Aesthetics and versatility Wood provides unmatched warmth and elegance. With a wide variety of finishes, tones and textures, wood acoustic tiles integrate perfectly into diverse decorative styles, from rustic to contemporary. This versatility allows them to adapt to both modern offices and cozy dining rooms. Superior acoustic performance In addition to its visual appeal, wood offers excellent acoustic properties. Wood acoustic panels can absorb sound efficiently, helping to control reverberation and improving acoustic comfort in a room. This is especially beneficial in auditoriums, conference rooms and restaurants, where noise control and acoustic conditioning is crucial for the use of the space and the comfort of its users. Sustainability and durability You can opt for wood ceilings from sustainable sources, such as the wood used by Spigogroup in the manufacture of panels and acoustic panels, which have the PEFC and FSC seals, a guarantee of origin from sustainably managed forests. In addition, the durability of wood makes it a long-term investment. Installation and maintenance Acoustic ceiling tiles made of wood are relatively easy to install and maintain. With proper maintenance, these tiles can retain their appearance and functionality for many years. If you liked this post about acoustic ceiling tiles, you may also be interested in: . - Acoustic panels for courts and the importance of acoustics in a judicial process - Performance of flame retardant wood panel cladding when exposed to fire - The acoustics of love and why you should use acoustic panels in your restaurant - What are wood removable ceilings?

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6 reasons to install PET decorative wood slats

By Acoustics, Acústica, Architecture, Arquitectura, Construcción, Construction, Decoración, Decoración, Decoration

A year ago, Spigoline, the Spigogroup solid wood slat cladding brand, launched a line of PET decorative wood slats. Since then, we have been continuously receiving orders and inquiries. Our architect and decorator clients highlight, above all, these six reasons to install this new wood slat cladding in their projects:   1.- Solid wood: Our PET decorative wood slats are made of solid Ayous wood. This means that, as it is solid wood and not post-finished chipboard or wood fibre panels, Spigoline PET System cladding has the same appearance on all sides of the slat. 2.- Lightweight: By opting for Ayous wood, you considerably reduce the weight of each panel and, therefore, the total cladding to be installed on walls and/or ceilings.     3.- Easy installation:  They are quick and easy to install, cleanly and easily, and do not require special materials or tools. In addition, Ayous wood is low density, which makes them very easy to manipulate during assembly. 4.- Eco-friendly black felt: the back felt used in the panels PET decorative wood slats is made with 80% recycled polyester fibres, is 100% recyclable, boasts a very low carbon footprint and offers B-s1, d0 fire rating. In addition to black, you can choose other colours upon request.     5.- Insulation and conditioning: It combines thermal insulation and acoustic conditioning in the same product. 6.- Easy maintenance:  it is very easy to clean. Dust can be removed with a simple duster and, for light stains, it is sufficient to apply a little sparkling water and carefully rub the surface.       If you liked this post about PET decorative wood slats, you may also be interested in:   - 21 Articles on acoustic conditioning and insulation with wood - Ecological panels with SPIGOLINE PET slats: Solid slats or MDF slats? - Restaurant décor: the 3 mistakes you can’t make in 2024 - The importance of acoustics in coliving or cohousing      

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Why install wood acoustic ceilings in offices?

By Acoustics, Architecture, Construction, Decoración, Decoration

Although we may not notice them quickly, acoustic wood ceilings are increasingly being used in offices. Why is this happening? Acoustics in an office play a crucial role in the productivity and well-being of employees. An environment with poor acoustics can create distractions, increase stress levels and reduce efficiency. An office with good acoustics, on the other hand, promotes a quiet and comfortable environment, facilitating communication and improving overall performance. Wood acoustic ceilings are an effective solution to improve acoustics in offices. These ceilings, composed of wood acoustic panels, are designed to absorb sound, reduce echo and minimize background noise. By installing acoustic ceilings, you create a more conducive environment for work by ensuring better sound distribution, which is especially useful in open rooms where you need to balance acoustic privacy and collaboration between employees. Acoustic ceilings not only improve sound quality but can also enhance the aesthetics and functionality of a space. By choosing wood ceilings, you gain an excellent natural sound absorber, and your office can benefit from a unique warmth and elegance, creating a cozy environment that other materials can't match. On the other hand, wood is also a sustainable and ecological material, which makes it an ideal option for companies seeking to reduce their environmental footprint. Additionally, wooden acoustic ceilings are durable and easy to maintain, ensuring a long-term investment. If you want more information about wood acoustic ceilings for offices, both removable ceilings and accessible ceilings, visit the Spigoacustic and Spigotec sites.       If you liked this post about wood acoustic ceilings, you may also be interested in: . - 21 Articles on acoustic conditioning and insulation with wood - Ecological panels with SPIGOLINE PET slats: Solid slats or MDF slats? - Restaurant décor: the 3 mistakes you can’t make in 2024 - The importance of acoustics in coliving or cohousing  

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Why lower a ceiling and how to do it with accessible wood ceilings

By Architecture, Construction, Decoración, Decoration

Lowering the ceiling and installing accessible wood ceilings continues to be a vital intervention in commercial premises projects or in the renovation of old buildings, even if it may not be as necessary in a new home. The primary reason is economic. Lowering the ceiling of a room reduces the volume of air (in cubic metres) that needs to be climatized, thereby lowering the energy bill for the space. Additionally, with the installation of false ceilings, we have the option to add insulating elements that will also help maintain the room's temperature. Moreover, there are significant benefits to making the ceiling accessible. Installing an accessible ceiling creates a new space, known as a plenum, where all technical solutions, such as sensors, air conditioning, and electrical wiring, can be placed. This keeps them hidden and prevents them from affecting the aesthetic of the project. Consequently, this allows for more welcoming and brighter spaces that, thanks to the wood, also convey a sense of elegance and warmth. To lower a ceiling, you can utilise some of the options available in the Spigogroup catalogue of accessible wood ceilings:   - Exposed form: the exposed or flush mounting consist on the panels rest right above the profile.     - Semi-exposed T15/T24: the system of semi-exposed form allows the panels with inclined edges to conceal partially the profile.     - Concealed form T-24: the system of concealed form T-24 is based on an inverted “T” wich hides the profiling.     - Perfil Fineline T15: the system of fineline form allows the panels to rest above the fastening profile with spacers.       . . . If you liked this post about accessible wood ceilings, you may also be interested in:  - Acoustic panels for courts and the importance of acoustics in a judicial process - Performance of flame retardant wood panel cladding when exposed to fire - The acoustics of love and why you should use acoustic panels in your restaurant - What are wood removable ceilings?      

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