Do you require acoustic wall or ceiling panels?
Bolts Acoustic Panels is proud to serve the town of Sedgley and its surrounding areas. We specialize in the installation of sound absorbing panels to improve the acoustics of commercial spaces. Our panels are designed to reduce noise levels and create a more comfortable and enjoyable environment. With our help, you can enjoy the beauty and history of Sedgley without the distraction of unwanted noise. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you improve the acoustics of your commercial space.
Does your space have too much echo currently, are you looking for ways to make your space more comfortable?
If the answer is yes, then some acoustic wall or ceiling panels could be just the answer.
The panels are available in a range of different colours and shapes.
We work directly for our customers as well as a sub-contractor.
We have a large amount of experience with village and communal halls.
They can be quite easily retro-fitted into your existing space.
We have installed panels into offices, community halls, schools, restaurants, and council buildings for example.
A range of acoustic ceiling and wall panels can be very effective where it isn’t possible to install a traditional acoustic ceiling; which could be for any number of reasons.
Wall mounted panels are generally installed into a picture frame type system or from back brackets, and ceiling mounted acoustic panels are installed from wires or with adjustable back brackets.
So if you have a space that is too loud, please do get in touch with some information today.
We look forward to hearing from you.
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Below is a little bit of information about Smethwick:
Smethwick is a town in the West Midlands of England, located in the Sandwell borough. It is situated on the River Tame, and is home to a diverse population of over 27,000 people. The town has a long history, with evidence of settlement dating back to the Iron Age. Smethwick is known for its industrial heritage, with many factories and mills having been built in the area during the 19th century. The town is also home to a number of parks and green spaces, providing a pleasant environment for residents and visitors alike. Smethwick is a vibrant and diverse town, with a range of shops, restaurants, and other amenities. It is a great place to live, work, and visit, and is sure to provide an enjoyable experience for all.
And a few facts that we were told about Smethwick:
1. Smethwick is a vibrant town in the West Midlands, England, located 6 miles west of Birmingham city centre. It is home to a variety of historical and cultural attractions, including the oldest Sikh temple in the UK, Guru Nanak Gurdwara Smethwick, the world’s oldest surviving steam engine, the Smethwick Engine, and the historic Smethwick Hall, a Grade II listed building.
2. Guru Nanak Gurdwara Smethwick is the oldest Sikh temple in the UK, and is a place of worship for the local Sikh community. It is a beautiful building, with a large prayer hall and a variety of other facilities.
3. The Smethwick Engine is the world’s oldest surviving steam engine, and is a popular tourist attraction. It is a Grade II listed building, and is a reminder of the industrial heritage of the area.
4. Smethwick Hall is a Grade II listed building, and is a beautiful example of a traditional English manor house. It is a popular tourist attraction, and is home to a variety of events and activities throughout the year.
5. Smethwick is a vibrant town, with a rich history and culture. It is home to a variety of attractions, and is a great place to visit for those looking to explore the area.