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INDUSTRY LEADER IN ACOUSTIC TREATMENT AND ARCHITECTURAL SPECIALTIES

A full service company 
With over 40 years of experience specializing in all types of wall and ceiling finishes.
Expert knowledge in architectural / industrial noise control.
Dynamic and complete acoustic solutions for residential, commercial and industrial applications.

International presence
Our head office is located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Regional offices in Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto and Montreal, with affiliates in USA, UK , UAE, and Asia.

Responsive to the client’s needs,
From selection of the most appropriate product, through the creation of project-specific drawings, manufacturing, and final installation that will ensure complete client satisfaction.

“CUSTOM-IS-STANDARD”
Where a unique condition exists, we can call upon acoustical analysts, design and engineering specialists to create the perfect solution to meet all of the client’s requirements. 
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2 days ago

Wallworks Acoustic Architectural Products Inc.

There are simple steps to achieve acoustic improvement in a work space:

1) Design right.
Consulting an acoustical engineer or expert during the design phase is the best way to avoid future noise complaints.

2) Diagnose the real problem.
Be sure to assess the root causes. Often, spaces that have been repurposed from their intended use can provoke noise complaints, as can noisy mechanical systems.

3) Treat the Problem.
Evaluate retrofit options to solve existing acoustic problem areas. Acoustic ceiling panels are often the first line of defense. Ask a Wallworks specialist about NRC ratings of surface treatments.

4) Think outside the box, and don’t settle for a compromise if you have a unique vision for your space.

WALLWORKS … for products that reach way beyond acoustical ceiling panels or flat wall panels.
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There are simple steps to achieve acoustic improvement in a work space:

1) Design right. 
Consulting an acoustical engineer or expert during the design phase is the best way to avoid future noise complaints.

2) Diagnose the real problem. 
Be sure to assess the root causes. Often, spaces that have been repurposed from their intended use can provoke noise complaints, as can noisy mechanical systems. 

3) Treat the Problem. 
Evaluate retrofit options to solve existing acoustic problem areas. Acoustic ceiling panels are often the first line of defense.  Ask a Wallworks specialist about NRC ratings of surface treatments. 
 
4) Think outside the box, and don’t settle for a compromise if you have a unique vision for your space.

WALLWORKS … for products that reach way beyond acoustical ceiling panels or flat wall panels.

7 days ago

Wallworks Acoustic Architectural Products Inc.

You say tomAto I say tomah-toh...
A person who develops or designs dynamic concert and lecture halls and works on projects involving sound and the science of acoustics, is an ACOUSTICAL engineer.
An ACOUSTIC engineer is an engineer that makes funny noises when struck – which is something different.

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You say tomAto I say tomah-toh...
A person who develops or designs dynamic concert and lecture halls and works on projects involving sound and the science of acoustics, is an ACOUSTICAL engineer. 
An ACOUSTIC engineer is an engineer that makes funny noises when struck – which is something different. 

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1 week ago

Wallworks Acoustic Architectural Products Inc.

There are some basic and general differences between “absorbing”(treating) and “blocking” (soundproofing) sound.

Acoustic treatment products "treat" the room the materials are placed in. These materials reduce reverberation, echo and standing waves etc. ...
Soundproofing products isolate the room from its outside world. They also reduce sound leakage between rooms.

Materials that provide sound absorption work like a sponge in water. They soak up sound, and the perforations and air flow contribute to the level at which they can do this. They absorb, slow and distract sound waves that might bounce or echo creating unwanted noise. Anyone who recalls the old hockey arenas or swimming pools before the introduction of baffles will have some sense of how deafening the noise levels can be without some form of absorption.

Blocking or sound proofing requires the use of a barrier. Mass loaded vinyl can be used as an isolation barrier. It is an extremely dense and very flexible material. Fabric wall systems, PET materials or perforated wood panels by contrast, can provide excellent sound absorption.

We have acoustics solutions ... www.Wallw⏰rks.com
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1 week ago

Wallworks Acoustic Architectural Products Inc.

Come and see us tomorrow at Edmonton's Urban Encounters show and put your business card in for a chance to win a Chocolaterie tour, replete with coffee and tea pairing, and quality chocolate tasting.

Wallworks and Chocolate. 😍 Doesn't get better than that. 😎
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Come and see us tomorrow at Edmontons Urban Encounters show and put your business card in for a chance to win a Chocolaterie tour, replete with coffee and tea pairing, and quality chocolate tasting.  

Wallworks and Chocolate. 😍 Doesnt get better than that. 😎

1 week ago

Wallworks Acoustic Architectural Products Inc.

People should have the right to turn up the volume. They should also have the right to sit in silence. We believe these two options can coexist.

Expl🧐re options... Wallworks.com
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2 weeks ago

Wallworks Acoustic Architectural Products Inc.

Repurposed Spaces: Brilliant designers are repurposing and redefining historic and rustic spaces as offices, restaurants, studios, galleries.
This brings to the foreground some important acoustic considerations even when considered on a smaller scale. For example when a meeting space makes way for desks or a closet becomes a mini server room it creates entirely new "ambient" noises that the original room design had never allowed for.

It’s important to consider how the room’s new purpose will impact its acoustics. What materials are the floors, walls and ceilings made of – would it require carpets and insulation? Does the change put the room’s occupants closer to noise sources – for example, are they now next to the elevator? Is the space less occupied than before, resulting in more echoes? Will the noise coming from inside the room impact those on the outside?

We can help re-envision with a wide range of architecturally delightful solutions.

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2 weeks ago

Wallworks Acoustic Architectural Products Inc.

Large, open spaces and open offices can be a marvel, infusing energy into the workplace through shared spaces and natural light. But with that comes shared sound. People often complain about ambient noise (also known as background), as well as the privacy concerns that others can hear their conversations. Open environments tend to be both too loud and too quiet. How can that be fixed without ruining the ambiance of an open floor workplace?
Two fast, simple fixes:
>Separate areas into loud and quiet spaces: these are areas where employees can have noisy meetings or enjoy a bit of meditative thinking. Acoustic panels can act as dividers to define these spaces. An area surrounded by acoustic screens creates a tranquil zone where natural light will still reach.
>"Semi-Portable" acoustic dividers can also be used to create temporary zones inside an office. The illusion of private space, the acoustic buffer of the absorptive materials, and a punch of color and texture that adds a decorative element to the function.
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2 weeks ago

Wallworks Acoustic Architectural Products Inc.

Statistics tell us that one third of all students are missing 30%-40% of all verbal communications in the classroom.

At any age, students do need to hear clearly in order to learn to their full potential. While all children will benefit somewhat from improved acoustics, the most “at risk” group are those with hearing or learning related deficits, ADHD, or CAPD and all Pre-K and Kinderkids who are just developing their cognitive learning skills. It is encouraging to see acoustic strategies being integrated into the design of new educational facilities. For adults who are returning to an academic environment at increasingly advanced ages, it is also a key element to successful learning.

Wallworks team of specialists can asses problem areas, and provide workable, economical and vibrant, innovative solutions from a wide range of products that can immediately improve the acoustic experience.

www.wallw🤓rks.com
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Statistics tell us that one third of all students are missing 30%-40% of all verbal communications in the classroom. 

At any age, students do need to hear clearly in order to learn to their full potential.   While all children will benefit somewhat from improved acoustics, the most “at risk” group are those with hearing or learning related deficits, ADHD, or CAPD and all Pre-K and Kinderkids who are just developing their cognitive learning skills.  It is encouraging to see acoustic strategies being integrated into the design of new educational facilities.   For adults who are returning to an academic environment at increasingly advanced ages, it is also a key element to successful learning.  

Wallworks team of specialists can asses problem areas, and provide workable, economical and vibrant, innovative solutions from a wide range of products that can immediately improve the acoustic experience.    

www.wallw🤓rks.com

2 weeks ago

Wallworks Acoustic Architectural Products Inc.

Getting Linked In with Wallworks... it's not what you thought 😉

...by creating creative acoustic solutions, we balance performance with personality, detail, dimension, drama, intrigue and new definition in open spaces. Ask us about ⛓

info@wallworks.com
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2 weeks ago

Wallworks Acoustic Architectural Products Inc.

Altering perception creates space for the undiscovered.
Wallworks ...
Leaders in Acoustic Architecture.
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