Our SoundSorb™ acoustic panels for walls, acoustic ceiling panels and acoustic room dividers are the perfect solutions for reducing noise levels and ambient sounds in workspaces, recording studios and restaurants.
Tone Down the Sound With Acoustic Panels
Improve the sound quality in your room with acoustic panels. By strategically placing acoustic panels for walls and ceilings, you can prevent the noise build-up that renders speech unintelligible.
Our SoundSorb™ panels create a calmer, quieter environment where others can interact and communicate effectively. And our acoustical VersaPanel™ partition wall and VersaFold™ room divider reduce noise while creating a separate, private space. We have many options for acoustic panels that improve sound quality without detracting from your room's décor.
Versare's acoustic panels come in many shapes and designs. You can find acoustic wall panels that serve multiple functions, as they reduce echo and serve as decorative room accents.
Our premium, USA-made SoundSorb™ panels create a stylish way to control acoustics in any space. You can find these acoustic panels in an assortment of colors and styles, allowing you to create an inviting environment accompanied by a sense of tranquility.
There are three types of acoustic panels you can install in your space:
- Acoustic Ceiling Panels: You can use a standard ceiling grid to install acoustic ceiling panels, or you can choose suspended acoustic canopy tiles. Finally, you can hang acoustic baffles that absorb sound on all sides.
- Wall-Mounted Acoustic Panels: Acoustic wall panels are as attractive as they are functional, trapping sound while making a design statement with muted colors and various shapes that enhance your décor.
- Free-Standing Acoustic Panels: By using these acoustic room dividers, you can mute noise wherever it's needed. Move these acoustic panels around to achieve the desired effect. Free-standing acoustic dividers are ideal for creating private spaces in larger areas where multiple conversations are distracting.
Placing acoustic panels in your ceiling is the perfect choice if you're looking for an unobtrusive sound-damping panel. Extremely lightweight, these tiles are also fire-resistant, mold-proof, moisture-proof and environmentally friendly.
Bustling offices can generate a lot of noise, especially in open office spaces or restored warehouses. Cut down on office echo by installing ceiling-mounted acoustic panels in any hallway, meeting room or conference room.
Acoustic panels aren't limited to the corporate workplace. They're commonly used in recording studios, theaters, schools, airports and restaurants.
Acoustic wall panels enable a reduction of resonance without attempting to eliminate it (which is the function of soundproofing panels). Constructed in many shapes and sizes, you can minimize ambient sounds while maintaining a modern, sleek aesthetic.
If you have an area in your office that you need to divide while reducing the noise transmitted between the space, an acoustical partition wall is ideal.
You may also choose desktop privacy panels to dampen the sound inside your workstation. Our acoustic dividers provide superior sound suppression without sacrificing style. Classrooms can also benefit from acoustic room dividers, which promote students' focus and attention by reducing ambient noise and removing visual distractions.
What Are Your Acoustic Panels Made Of? Our SoundSorb™ acoustic panels are composed of 60% recycled material that comes from PET bottles. The result is a strong, soft fabric with acoustic properties. The NRC ratings on our acoustic dividers and panels vary. See the individual product descriptions for more information.
What Colors of Acoustic Wall Panels Do You Have?
We offer acoustic panels for walls in five colors. Choose from black, beige, blue or two shades of grey.
How Tall Are Acoustic Room Dividers? Depending on the model you choose, you'll find acoustic room dividers from 4 feet to over 7 feet high.