Long Island City, NY (PRWEB) December 21, 2012
CitiQuiet, a leading provider of soundproofing solutions, along with award-winning daytime TV show The Rachel Ray Show, offered its support for local youth development program Urban Word NYC by installing brand new soundproof windows.
Given the youth development program's goal of providing platforms for teenagers to develop their skills in creative writing, journalism, college prep, literature, and hip-hop, an environment that encourages learning was needed to help them excel in their goals. By soundproofing the windows at Urban Word NYC, CitiQuiet was able to provide the teens a space that'll bring them closer to this objective.
Within eight hours, CitiQuiet had transformed part of the youth group's lower-Manhattan office into a quieter, more conducive space for discovery and learning. The completed space was revealed a week later on The Rachel Ray Show, which also helped raise awareness about the organization's efforts.
CitiQuiet prides itself in its ability to improve the working and living conditions of its clients through soundproof windows. With over two decades of experience in the industry, the company has helped numerous organizations achieve better working environments, from small businesses to large corporations, as well as non-profits such as Urban Word NYC.
For more details on CitiQuiet's philanthropic efforts and its diverse range of soundproofing solutions, call (212) 8-SILENCE or visit http://www.citiquiet.com/about-citiquiet/.
About CitiQuiet Inc.:
CitiQuiet provides effective and energy-efficient soundproof windows that eliminate up to 95% of external noise. Founded in 1992, the company remains dedicated to designing, manufacturing, and installing residential and commercial soundproofing solutions that greatly improve its clients' working and living conditions. For more information on soundproofing windows in homes and offices, call (212) 8-SILENCE or visit http://www.citiquiet.com.