4. Install a floor that minimizes office noise
Carpeted floors are one of the fastest ways to noticeably reduce office noise. There are many types of carpet to suit your needs in terms of both maintenance and aesthetics. But you are not limited to one carpet.
One alternative is vinyl (PVC) tiles, which have grown in popularity over the past decade. PVC is available in a wide variety of designs that are similar to natural stone or hardwood and offer many advantages over both. Its installation, cleaning and maintenance are significantly less expensive. It is also more durable than hardwood or stone and lasts longer. And best of all, it absorbs sound more efficiently than other hard-surface flooring options.
Also, when designing an office, it is very important to choose the right floor covering for space zoning. For example, for transit and areas with high traffic, PVC laying is well suited, due to its strength, it will retain its presentable appearance for a long time. In meeting rooms, offices and recreation areas, carpet made from durable synthetic fibers is chosen. This type of carpet is characterized by high wear resistance and excellent acoustic properties.