It was indeed a privilege to do business with Sal of Acoustimac. He was so very helpful in giving the data for the space we needed to fill in our new church building. In the metal building, with sheet-rock walls inside, speaking one to the other was hardly intelligible. The music and word spoken through microphones literally bounced off the walls. We were given the maximum and minimal number of panels it would take to address this horrible acoustical problem. We bought 44 panels 4' X 8' and decided to go with three different colors. We have a 4' X 8' 3-D Mural on our wall so everything had to coordinate with the colors in the picture. We chose the suede fabric in Khaki for the wall around the mural to bring out the lower terrain.
We chose Spa for the side walls to bring out the blue in the sky on the mural. Then for the back wall we used Rust which corresponded well with the stained sound booth and banister connecting the two upstairs ends of the building. It is amazingly attractive. As the panels were hung, we immediately recognized a difference in the acoustics. Our first church service after the panels were hung, brought applause from all present. I am especially hard of hearing. For the first time I heard clearly the words spoken from the podium. We appreciate Acoustimac and Sal for working extensively with us until we got what we wanted. We will surely recommend Acoustimac to anyone interested.
Thank you for your assistance."
Iglesia El Faro