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With the cold weather approaching slowly, people tend to spend more time at home. If you are lucky, your neighbours will just like cuddling up and spending some time quietly watching TV with their family. However, some people tend to be not as lucky were their neighbours are concerned.

Temperatures going down means only one thing. ‘Winter is coming’, as a famous TV show would say. However, the cold weather is not the biggest problem of Britain’s residents. According to a survey for the consumer organisation ‘Which?’ more than 25% of adults in the UK have had a problem with noisy neighbours, as reported by BBC News. The research also showed that young people tend to put up with the problem and not take action.

Don’t Let Noisy Students Ruin Your Evening

There could be many reasons why cold weather can make people even noisier. If you live in a university town, there is always the Freshers week to look out for. It is the time when, no matter whether they are a first or a final year student, there is always a reason to celebrate. And students tend not to care if it is a weekday or a weekend, and why would they, they don’t have work tomorrow morning.

Kids coming back from school, on the other hand, are in a ‘trap’ at home, because of the bad weather. They have no other option but to explore all available alternatives to waste that energy at home. Slamming doors or running around can produce almost the same amount of noise as the pre-drinking flat party on the other side of the road.

Don’t Let Noise Ruin Yoiur Winter

Wherever the noise is coming from, Acoustic Supplies can provide the best solution for you. Our flooring, wall and ceiling soundproofing systems will provide your home with an efficient way to keep the noisy neighbours’ kids outside your zone of hearing. Don’t let the cold weather ruin your harmony. If you don’t want to take any extreme actions such as contacting the authorities, give us a call today and we’ll make sure we provide you with the best solution for your situation.