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Sound proofing

Started by: rjs75
On: 09/01/2019 | 19:21
Replies: 14
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by: rjs75
on: 10/01/2019 | 21:44 edited: 10/01/2019 | 22:51

declaring that information to potential buyers then@standardbearer

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by: rjs75
on: 10/01/2019 | 22:52
Walls
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by: busman1
on: 10/01/2019 | 23:31
my mums flat had it on her ceiling, not put on by her, but made flat nice quiet compared to other flats in same block.
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by: standardbearer
on: 11/01/2019 | 06:12

@rjs75 wrote:

declaring that information to potential buyers then@standardbearer

Yes I believe so it will be a question from the buyers solicitors if their are any neighbourly

disputes.

You will have to check.

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by: gvmhb
on: 11/01/2019 | 07:43 edited: 11/01/2019 | 07:44

You need something dense to stop sound. The reason modern houses are so noisy is they are mainly built from lightweight blocks. They don't stop sound as they are full of air.
Brick walls are/were much better.

They sell boards with cement mixed in for sound reduction. I haven't used them but they should improve things.

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