Hiring a function room or other venue for any sort of party can be a very expensive experience. In the present economic climate many people do not have the funds available to splash out on such luxuries resulting in more people instead holding such occasions in their homes. However, with this comes the risk that you may be disturbing the next door neighbours, especially if you have party music on loud or an extensive guest list liable to cause noise. No good neighbour wants to interrupt those around them, so you need to find a way of hosting that party without causing such a risk.
Well you can by soundproofing your home. By targeting those areas which are most likely to let noise filter through into next door, you will be acting responsibly and you could even lessen the noise so much that those around you may not even realise that you are hosting a gathering of friends or family. Soundproofing walls is a good place to start as there are a number of sound insulation materials that can be applied to walls at a low cost. Matting can easily be cut into appropriately sized pieces and then laid onto walls, acting as a sound reducer.
Families who have caused excessive noise in their homes and been reported to the local council or police by those around them, have sometimes found themselves slapped with orders or potentially evicted and no one wants to lose their home. To soundproof a home effectively requires very little cash and when you consider the alternative, it is an investment well worth making. Everyone should be able to enjoy themselves at home without it being to the detriment of others. With some subtle soundproof changes you can do exactly that and keep your home looking good in the process.