How Fire Travels from Room to Room

Over, Under, Around and Through
Think of fire like air. If it's in and around everything, it will then go until it's put out or when it runs out of air. When a heavy grinder is blasting outside, the non-insulated walls and crevices air passages vibrate, creating wave after wave of air pressure. The fluctuating air pressure, in turn, vibrates your eardrums. Your brain translates the vibrations into the noisy grinding that is happening right outside your office.

But when the sound that is necessesary to the job being performed escapes into the offices or buildings, it becomes noise. It adversely interferes with work, productivity, meetings, your concentration is broken and just the quality of life.

You can prevent this from happening in a location that you are planning to build or remodel. But first, you need to understand how sound can travel very easily from room to room if sound control options are not installed.

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