Research proves that poor acoustics within educational environments can affect both teaching and learning.
Rob Crampton MD of Hush Acoustics: We have developed many easy to install systems that are designed to optimise space within a classroom / teaching room for refurbishment projects or new builds. Creating better learning environments for students will make it easier for teachers to get their message across. We work on projects of any size from a single classroom to a whole school. Hush Acoustics also offer a consultancy service outlining practical, economical and environmentally friendly ways to minimize noise levels within teaching environments.
Use the link above to find out more about Hush Acoustic educational sound proofing options and for other market sectors
or call on 0151 933 2026.
44 Canal Street,
Phone: 0151 933 2026
Fax: 0151 944 1146
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