The 3 sound ratings associated with Alaska acoustic ceiling tiles are Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC), Sound Transmission Class (STC) and Ceiling Attenuation Class (CAC). The NRC rating indicates how much sound a ceiling tile will absorb. The STC rating represents the tile's ability to block sound and prevent it from passing through. The CAC rating is related to the level at which ceiling tiles inhibit sound from passing through the tiles and into the ceiling. Other considerations when selecting tiles include appearance, ease of installation, indoor air quality, availability and price.
Alaska Acoustic Ceiling Tile CostsAverage prices are affected by the style and texture of the tiles as well as how many are needed for the installation. Local and regional labor and material costs can impact the total price as well. Tiles that are made of higher quality material or have more intricate designs will be the most expensive. Installation costs can vary from company to company, but it is important to hire Alaska acoustic ceiling tile installers who are licensed, insured and stand by their work like those in our network of skilled professionals.
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