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Posted on: June 8th, 2012 by admin No Comments

Utilise The Office Partition and Sound Proofing

There are several reasons why a company has requirements for an office partition. One of these is the benefit of sound proofing or noise control within the office. Offices that have HR departments based within the main office would need sound proofing for confidential reasons. Meetings associated with staff as well as phone calls need to be conducted in the strictest confidence.

The other reason for sound proofing is that you may have office machinery that is running throughout the day. This can get noisy, especially if you have printers running. Even if they are in a separate space, they can be noisy and distracting for employees.

Meeting rooms are also important to be sound proofed.Often meetings might be internal or external with customers or potential clients. If you are holding a meeting on office premises, there is nothing worse than external guests able to hear the day to day office conversations and noise. It can be distracting for the guest, but also from a confidential perspective.

Kitchens are also another room which ideally needs to be separate from the office. In situations where this is not always an option, the noise from a kitchen can be distracting as often it includes kettles boiling, washing up and the general noise from plates and cups being used. Office partitions with sound proofing within them, or as additional partitions would reduce background noise and contribute towards a better working environment.