Water Feature Pros has a selection of water panels and some fountains that are suitable for indoor settings. These pieces will work wonders in home, office and commercial spaces.
Unwanted noise can be apparent in any of these spaces. Office environments have a stale atmosphere full of keystrokes, chatter and Xerox machines. Commercial spaces are either lively with the sounds of the public, which can be jarring, or create dead air when business is slow. Lastly, the noise we recommend mitigating is anything that comes from the bathroom.
To tackle the mentioned issues, you should first choose the location that is most appropriate for your water feature to disguise unwanted noise and look great. For your home bathroom, put a water feature in the home just outside of the bathroom. This might be a living room or a corridor. If the corridor is too small, consider putting it in the nearest living or dining area to the bathroom. That is where your family and guests will be, so it will really please.
In a commercial setting, there are distinct lines separating employee work areas and customer areas. For starters, at a restaurant this would include the dining area and the kitchen. In this situation you would want to mitigate the noise and chatter of the kitchen with an unobtrusive water feature just outside the kitchen door in the dining area. Makes sense right?
A medical, spa or any other lobby could all use some form of noise mitigation. A dentist office there are the sounds of drills and other instruments, along with chatter. The instrument sounds might make patients needlessly nervous, and the sound of chatter might be distracting for others. Place the water feature in the waiting room for the patients to marvel at and to distract them from any noises.
Lastly, an office area could use a noise reducing feature to keep everyone on task. Chatter in one part of the office can senselessly distract others throughout the whole floor. However, you do not want the fountain to roar loudly. By adjusting the water pressure of your feature you can gauge how much sound will best suit your environment.
What kind of water feature is appropriate for indoors? Certain fountains are suited for indoors. These fountains will not splash and are great for most ground settings. Also, we would love to recommend water panels. Water panels are either suspended or mounted slabs of stone or glass contained mirror which goes against the wall like a painting. The water streams down the top of the slab all the way to the bottom of it where it is caught by a long small reservoir.
We hope these suggestions will help you make the most of your space. Peruse out catalog for indoor fountains and water panels to see what piece speaks to you.