News.scotsman.com has reported that a pub called The Southerner in Edinburgh has had its music licence revoked after extensive complaints from just one nearby resident. The pub had previously played host to an acoustic set in the early 1990s by Kurt Cobain of Nirvana. Examples of this kind have resulted in many pubs and music venues losing thousands of pounds of much needed revenue. Instead they could have paid a visit to Acoustic Supplies and let us advice them of the many soundproof measures they could have used.
Noisy neighbours can be a real pain, especially if you live close by. If you are a pub or local establishment that has had complaints from nearby residents, then there is one way of quietening both them and your business. Soundproofing material can be used and Acoustic Supplies have just about every kind of soundproofing product available.
If you regularly have gigs at your pub, then you ought to consider soundproofing walls, ceilings and floors. Acoustic Supplies has a great number of solutions for these areas including silent boards, acoustic battens, sound curtains and other sound absorption ideas. We have made them as affordable as possible and when you consider how much it would cost to soundproof, compared to the amount of money you may lose if you have your licence removed from you, it is a purchase well worth making.
If you do not have the time to be assessing the areas which are most susceptible to letting noise filter through, then Acoustic Supplies can give you a hand. You can either contact one of our offices or fill in the online enquiry form and detail your requirements. If necessary, we will then visit your premises and advise you of our findings, as well as let you know which soundproofing products would be most effective.