Most frequent questions and answers

Regardless of where you’re facing noise issues, it’s important to note that foam will only help to reduce higher frequency sound and will not eliminate mid-range or bass frequencies. This is why Timber Acoustics Absorption Panels is a preferred choice as it absorbs wider spectrum of frequencies, resulting in more control of sound of your space. 

We could ship you the acoustic panels within two-three days and another three days for delivery. All in all you should have the panels within a week, regardless of the number of panels you require.

The absorption panels will help you get a great clean sounding room to record your voiceovers in. Depending on the size of your room you may need to get more than just a set. Also we have a dedicated product for isolating vocals in a room which is meant for voice over artists , singers, song-writers etc.- Foldable isolation booth 

“We provide mounts and screws along with the panels which can be easily drilled into the walls. “

A lighter cotton based fabric is installed on the backside as well as the front side. Post that the front side is covered with acoustically transparent fabric with stitched corners. We make sure that each panel is checked thoroughly before it’s shipped to a customer.

All our panels are made using Safe ‘n’ Silent Pro 330 Roxul Rockwool.
Roxul Rockwool NRC=1, both water and fire resistant.

“A jute and polyester based, acoustically transparent fabric.”

“Yes, sure. Please reach out to us at info@timberacoustics.in.”

To install acoustic panels on your ceiling:

  • Plan your Panel Placement Relative to your Ceiling Joists
  • Install Eyelets in your Panels and Joists
  • Use Zip-Ties to Install the Panels

We only use German Pinewood or NZ Pinewood in all our products.

Please contact us for more details on this matter.

Since, Timber Acoustics panels are wrapped with jute based fabric, avoid using water or wet cloth to clean them. We recommend vacuuming them periodically to avoid dirt build-up. Make sure you use a soft brush attachment to avoid snagging the cloth. 

“Yes, It is possible to use a different fabric to suit your room. We have some suede fabrics in stock that we usually do for our custom orders. You can whatsapp us at 7827863751 with your preference and we can see what we can do. Hope this helped!
Timber Acoustics”

You will need around 80 panels to treat the whole space- but you could always start with a smaller number and add more according to the size and sound of your space. The panels come with screws and pre installed mounts. For B2B orders kindly contact us.
A complete acoustic panelling system may be necessary for extremely busy settings, whereas smaller, quieter offices might just require few installations. The typical thumb guideline that we suggest is a wall covering of 15% – 30%, as far as home theater is concerned, it may go about 50%.
Yes, each product has a ‘colours available’ button which shows the available colours of any product.

Below is the breakdown of the costs :

  • Cost of Wood (The standard panels are 4′ long and 2′ wide)
  • Cost of wood labor (Which includes sanding, shaping, nailing the frames)
  •  Cost of the Fabric ( each Timber Acoustic Panel has an added layer of protection so that the insulation material does not escape, along with the main fabric)
  • Cost of Insulation material (We use dense Safe ‘n’ Silent Pro Roxul Rockwool for its excellent rigidity and excellent acoustical dampening properties with water and moisture resistance properties).
  • Cost of upholstery (Each panel is hand stitched both front and back along with an extra layer for added protection)
  • Cost of Delivery (Shipping for your product is already paid for, Panels are heavy and quite bulky which adds to the cost)
  • GST @18%
    We at Timber Acoustics value quality of our products above all else, and hope that this provides a clearer picture on the pricing of the panels.
Sound Absorption panels work reasonably well in reducing mid and high-frequency sound waves only as they have a moderate amount of mass. Sound Absorption panels do not block noise entirely as they are less capable of insulating low-frequency sound waves which have long wavelengths.

To determine what you need, start by knowing how people most often use the space. Take into consideration any constraints in the room layout. For example, if sound barriers or isolation solutions haven’t already been built into the structure of the room, you’ll have to add soundproofing to the outside of the wall. For sound absorption, acoustic panels are typically placed on walls, or in some cases hung from the ceiling.

  1. Place acoustic panels at the first place on the wall where sound waves tend to hit before reaching the listeners ears.
    2. Place 3′ to 6′ up from the floor in areas where much of the sound is produced by people sitting or standing in enclosed spaces.
    3. Place Acoustic Panels and Bass Traps in or around corners and oddly shaped spaces where sounds build up.
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