Archive for January, 2012
When you buy a house you want to make optimum use of it. Organising a house-warming party feels obligatory as does hosting a gathering for special occasions such as Christmas and New Year. If you are new to the area then you may invite some of your neighbours in order to try and introduce yourself to them.
However, they may not all attend and prefer to stay at home so you need to be mindful of the noise created at your party as the last thing you want is to get off on the wrong foot with them. Showing consideration for your new neighbours is essential if you want to avoid the risk of being tagged noisy neighbours and being reported to the local authorities.…
Type the words noisy neighbours into any of the major search engines news pages and you will come across a barrage of stories regarding this ever-increasing issue. When a population grows, the level of noise inevitably intensifies and more so in the household than anywhere else. Because of this, local authorities are trying to clamp down on those responsible for excess noise.
Anyone found guilty of causing a constant stream of noise is putting themselves in severe danger of receiving a fine or even imprisonment. It can also result in possessions being taken away if they are also seen to be accountable for noise e.g. hi-fi’s, TV’s, radios etc.
Things should never be allowed to reach this stage when companies such as Soundproofyourhome are on…
Noise in the home can appear in many different forms. Washing machines, hifis, hoovers, TVs and generally loud chatter amongst family members can sometimes all be responsible for excess noise and drive neighbours to the depths of despair.
The moment you or anyone else gets fed up with excess noise they should immediately inform the neighbour in question. It is then their responsibility to do something about whether this involves lowering the sound of the said equipment, their own voices or undertaking a soundproof project.
Soundproofyourhome was established specifically to help homeowners throughout the UK lower the impact of noise by supplying them with a whole host of soundproofing items for every possible area of the home. Doors, floors, walls and ceilings can all be…
Type the word soundproofing into Google News on a daily basis and you will no doubt come across a story from some part of the country where someone has found themselves into trouble for making noise in the home. Local authorities are seriously clamping down on people who give little regard for their neighbours as it is a fast-growing problem in many UK neighbourhoods.
Some local councils are recruiting the assistance of the police and asking them to take possession of TV’s, hi-fis and other sound-related items to halt the problem. Many homeowners have been taken to court and imposed with a hefty fine for serous noise issues. In some circumstances, excess noise has resulted in conflict between neighbours, which makes for an unpleasant atmosphere…
If you have noisy neighbours or you are getting complaints about the amount of noise you are making within your property then you may want to consider installing some soundproofing products in to your home. Although a relatively easy product to install compared to other DIY projects, there are a few things that need to be considered before you start purchasing your soundproofing materials.
Whilst soundproofing products are not particularly expensive, if the noise affecting you or your neighbours is extremely excessive it may require a range of soundproof materials, the cost of which can easily mount up depending on how many areas you need to target. Making sure that you purchase the right product is essential so work out how much you can afford…
The population of the UK is growing at a rapid rate and with a greater amount of people comes a greater amount of noise. The vast majority of Brits live in a rural area rather than out in the countryside, which means that towns and cities can become overly noisy at certain times of the day.
Noise can affect people in many different ways. It can have an effect on your hearing and well-being and even invade your privacy and personal space in some situations. Stress and anxiety can also come about as a direct result of frequent noise.
Homes, work, theatre, cinemas, pubs etc. are all places where excess noise can become an issue for you and those around you. The moment noise begins…