The problem with noise
3rd May 2023

The problem with noise

Usually, complaints about noise are limited to one off or occasional events and are ordinarily related to teenage parties whilst parents or guardians are away or over enthusiastic house warming parties. The police or Environmental Health is called and the noise maker told to reduce the noise. The following day the noise is over with the offender usually feeling suitably embarrassed. Sometimes, however, noise is persistent and repetitive and, of course, we are all entitled to live free from unreasonable disturbances, which can include excessive, ongoing noise. Within the home we are affected by two types of noise: Airborne and ...

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