Why Your Office Needs Sound Masking
Protect Your Privacy and Encourage Productivity
Imagine this: you’re laying in bed at night. The room is perfectly quiet. So quiet, in fact, that you can hear everything.
The tree branches outside your window. The footsteps of the person in the hallway. Every creek your bed makes as you shift.
It’s enough to drive a person mad.
Oddly enough, the quieter a room is, the more noises can distract you. It’s true when you’re trying to get to sleep – and it’s true during the workday.
If you’re interested in defining a workspace that encourages privacy and productivity, you’re in the market for sound masking technology. Don’t know what that is? Just keep reading for more.