Natural wood acoustic tiles for walls and ceilings have veneer finishes that provide a visual result similar to solid wood. It looks like solid wood but it’s just a few natural wood veneer consists of a very thin sheet of wood, only a few millimetres thick, which is glued to the acoustic tiles. This format offers a number of benefits:
- It is greener: Many metres of veneer can be obtained from a single tree, thereby preventing the overexploitation of some tree species. It is much better if, as Spigogroup does, you choose wood with PEFC and FSC certificates that guarantee that the wood employed comes from sustainably managed forests. In addition, veneer manufacturing consumes less energy than other types of finishing.
- MMore decorative choices: Acoustic panel catalogues have dozens of different options. We can opt for wood species that we would not normally be able to use because of natural expansion and contraction issues. In addition, we can decide on pre-stained or pre-made sheets or choose from hundreds of options of veins, knots and textures.
- Better finish and maintenance: Natural wood acoustic tiles can be repaired or maintained like any other wood. Furthermore, edge finishes are perfect.
- They’re lighter: The latter is very important as most acoustic panels are installed on walls and ceilings.
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