07703 299219 
07703 299219 / tony@wavelengthacoustics.co.uk 


Hello and welcome to Wavelength Acoustics (Curtains and Drapes) Limited, a company specialising in the supply and installation of acoustic and theatrical curtain and drape systems. 
Professional drapes can transform the atmosphere of your venue and can dramatically improve the acoustics in a hall, office or home cinema. We can offer a wide variety of professional fabrics and manual or motorised track systems, all tailored to your specific requirements. 

About us 

Wavelength Acoustics was founded by Tony Bailey, who has been in the Entertainment Industry for over 30 years, working for some of the biggest names in drapes, tracks, lighting and rigging. With wide ranging experience in manufacturing, rental, sales and installation, Tony has worked on projects to supply many of the largest theatres, touring bands and musicals as well as thousands of schools, community halls and studios. 
We use only the highest quality fabrics and drapes from J&C Joel Ltd., together with track systems from the UK's leading suppliers. 
All of our installation work is carried out by expert engineers, all of whom are fully qualified and have many years of experience. Wavelength Acoustics is based in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, within easy reach of London, the South East and East Anglia. 
Please contact us to talk about your requirements. 

Update,November 2022: Recent News 

We have been very busy recently with sales and installations. We have supplied tracks and acoustic drapes to a private flat next to a busy road in South London, a London karaoke bar, a TV studio, and a university drama room. 
Several customers have recently bought tracks and drapes from Wavelength and carried out the installation themselves. 
We were also asked to install a TV studio lighting grid that a builder had left on the floor of the studio. Another studio asked us to install acoustic panels that the supplier failed to install. 
We have also had call-outs to adjust and set limits on motorized tracks. One was for an old installation in Oxfordshire where the limits had moved over several years and the powerful motor was in danger of causing serious damage to the tracks. The other was to set the limits on a motorized system in a concert hall. 
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