Clients Sound Off on Sound Masking’s Bottom-Line Benefits

Posted on Jun 30, 2018 in Jeff Nolte's Blog

Today’s offices are being designed and retrofitted with open floor plans to make them more aesthetically pleasing and collaborative. Unfortunately, reflective surfaces – metals, glass, wood – have also increased the noise level. As employees feel less comfortable and more distracted, productivity suffers.

The solution: Sound Masking technology, which adds a layer of unstructured sound into the environment, filling the sound spectrum and making the structured sound of human speech less intelligible and less distracting.

“We’ve been impressed…100% of the employees agree that it has made a significant difference. Before they could literally hear me talking all the way down the 4,500 sq. ft. call center. That would be impossible now.”
Nick Barber, Co-Owner, Sigma Relocation, LLC

“…It makes a dramatic difference in our privacy for patient rooms.”
Dr. Dudley Bell, Pediatrician

“I manage an area which houses a conference room which is used to discuss confidential matters. The system covers more than just my conference room, it has level options, and can expand… great coverage for the price.”
Emma Gordon, GCIC Manager, US Air Force, Langley, VA Global Cyberspace Integration Center

Sound Masking’s Bottom Line Results…

  • Increased ability to focus on work; happier, less distracted employees
  • Noticeable improvement in the work environment in terms of noise levels
  • Decreased ability to hear conversations more than 10-15 feet away, which cuts down on socializing and other distractions
  • Cost savings from better utilization of space

Sound Masking works. Schedule an acoustic evaluation of your workplace today. Contact CTS at: 800.787.4848 or jnolte@ctsmd.us.