It is incredibly helpful to understand options and costs related to installing acoustic panels, acoustic ceiling baffles, and clouds. Choosing a product solely on price might end up costing you more because the labor or hardware costs are more than the products themselves.
So when it comes to hardware, we focus on two things:
Taking care of your Sonus panels is simple. The most important part of cleaning or maintaining your sound dampening panels is to understand the covering type and manufacturer. We are sure you have questions like:
Great questions! To make it easy for you, we have provided a cleaning matrix by product and type of cleaning necessary. We have also provided helpful guidance on how to clean your Sonus Panels. Don’t worry… we’re here for you!
We take pride in what we manufacture and we want to make sure you are happy with what you receive.
Of course, our guarantee is backed up by a legal warranty statement. Choose a product line to the left to read the details. We just thought the simple version was more easily understood by everyone (unless you are a lawyer).
Heads up! Sonus works really hard to meet the needs of our customers by producing the highest quality products. However, due to raw material attributes such as wood tones that vary by log or the fibrous and textural nature of our felt substrates, slight visual imperfections may be seen when viewing the product from less than 3 feet. These slight imperfections are within normal manufacturing tolerances.
In the old days of manufacturing, there was a basic process and outcome: Take, Make, and Waste. With the idea of a circular economy1, we aim to redefine growth, focusing on positive society-wide benefits. It entails gradually decoupling economic activity from the consumption of finite resources, and designing waste out of the system.
“Take Less, Make Right, and Re-Use” is at the heart of our program.