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Residential Acoustics, creator of AcoustiCurtain, opens new Tampa manufacturing facility

August 3, 2015

Tampa Bay Technology Incubator company held ribbon cutting ceremony on June 24

TAMPA, Fla. – Residential Acoustics, a Tampa Bay Technology Incubator company founded in 2013, has opened a new manufacturing facility at 1519 W. Cypress Street. Tampa, FL 33603, holding a ribbon cutting ceremony on June 24, 2015. Residential Acoustics produces soundproofing curtains that block out unwanted noise in homes.

With the opening of their manufacturing facility, including a new warehouse, Residential Acoustics, which makes AcoustiDoor™ and AcoustiCurtain™, has expanded their production levels, allowing them to produce their products faster and more efficiently.

"We are proud to manufacture our products in the US, using local materials and with care and quality we will always stand behind. That will never change," said Walker Peek, CEO of Residential Acoustics. "The new location will allow fast turnaround for larger commercial orders within the construction property management and hotel industries."

"Our family of products are simple ways to solve your noise problems at a minimal expense, quickly and without disrupting the style and comforts of your living space," said Peek.

About Residential Acoustics

Founded in 2013, Tampa-based Residential Acoustics designs, manufactures and sells patented window curtains and door coverings that diminish external noise transfer by up to 90%. The manufacturing company has patents on its flagship products, the AcoustiCurtain and the AcoustiDoor and provide both commercial and residential soundproofing products throughout the US. Residential Acoustics products can be found on its website at

About the Tampa Bay Technology Incubator

The University of South Florida's Tampa Bay Technology Incubator (TBTI) is one vehicle through which USF CONNECT grows successful companies. TBTI supports technology research as a catalyst for economic development and advocates the creation and development of facilities for high-technology companies and related support functions. USF CONNECT focuses on the needs of Tampa Bay's technology and bio/life sciences entrepreneurs throughout the business life cycle, providing the facilities, partners and resources for successful business development. USF CONNECT offers access to technologies, workforce programs, technology commercialization, critical research equipment, and incubator facilities, adding value and delivering targeted, high level expertise to its member businesses.