While condos can be the most convenient way to own a home, they aren't without their challenges in some areas. Whenever a large group of people are living adjacent to each other, issues will come up. Excess noise from their neighbors is a frequent complaint for condo owners. Thankfully, this is completely fixable with some careful soundproofing.
The first step is to figure out exactly where the noise is coming from. Once you determine where soundproofing is most necessary, it is wise to contact your Condo association.
Acoustic Foam is used extensively for superior sound absorption and is commonly used in recording studio design, edit rooms, broadcast studios and home studio settings. It's best applied to walls and surfaces with a heavy staple gun or our adhesive spray.
Foam panels are inexpensive and are available in many different colors and patterns.
Acoustics studies the sound and how it behaves in various environments. Sound effects such as absorption, reflection, refraction or interference are also studied by acoustics. The broad acceptance of the term `acoustics' refers to all the aspects of sound. Until not long ago, the notions `acoustics' and `sound' referred to waves and elastic vibrations that humans could hear.
As the world awakens to the emergency of climate change, we must begin to look at every facet of life to see things that are right in front of us, but unobvious. CO2 and other greenhouse gases have clearly and undeniably changed our climate forever. A rise in temperatures and sea level are guaranteed at this point. The question is not if, but when.
Americans in particular have enjoyed sprawling communities far from the workplace for the better part of 50 years. We have become used to large houses on quiet streets, far from the action and noise of the city.
Combining an indoor water park, arcade, and conference center with an exquisite 161-room lodge, The Tundra Lodge Resort and Waterpark seemingly had everything going for it on opening day. Just four blocks from the country's newest pro stadium in a region famous for rabid football fans, many of whom travel long distances to attend games, The Tundra Lodge was perfectly situated to draw faraway fans and local families to its Lombardi Avenue address.
But then the complaints about room-to-room sound intrusion began.