Archive for April, 2012
Many businesses across Britain are under pressure due to the on-going recession which means that bosses and their workers have to work harder than ever before. Staying ahead of the game and ahead of your competitors is essential if you want to succeed and see your company through these testing times. The last thing you need is to be disturbed by constant noise.
But this is the situation many companies find themselves in, especially those who work in premises which offer poor acoustics or are located nearby a busy main road. When undertaking your duties in the office you need a certain amount of quiet so if you find yourself driven to distraction you know the time has arrived when you need to look into…
No-one should have to put up with a noisy neighbour, but that continues to be the case for several thousand people living in the UK. Local authorities have in large parts of the country begun to come down hard on noisy neighbours, but excess noise between homes continues to be a growing issue for many.
Sometimes speaking to the neighbour concerned fails to resolve the issue and in certain cases, even reporting the problem to a higher authority doesn’t have the desired effect. If you have utilised all the options that appear open, you should then perhaps look at taking a different approach courtesy of soundproofing from Acoustic Supplies.
Introducing soundproofing to your home may be the perfect resolution to the problem as…
Noisiness between neighbouring homes has become a growing problem in the UK. When you hear stories about noise-related disputes you automatically presume that the issue has been caused by people of a young age, however this is not necessarily the case!
An 87 year old woman in Hampshire has been handed with an ASBO (Anti-Social Behaviour Order) after being found guilty of causing severe disruption over the past 13 months. Georgina Sims was reported by her neighbours for playing loud music on her radio and banging her walking stick on the wall to try and drown out ringing in her ears caused by tinnitus. The ASBO was issued upon Mrs Sims as she and her family had previously been warned by the local authority.
The festival season is almost upon us. Although there is no Glastonbury this year, the festival roster still includes the following: Download, V Festival, Reading and Leeds, Bestival and Kendal Calling, not to mention The Stone Roses long-awaited reformation at Heaton Park in Manchester.
For thousands of music revellers, for one, two or three days, it is the perfect opportunity to see and hear all their favourite bands in the great outdoors. For several thousand others, particularly those who live nearby, it could be a living nightmare unless they sound proof their property in time for the summer season.
Rather than leave it up until the last minute to make sure that your home is adequately prepared for such noise, now is the time to…