Excessive noise is
always an issue and isn’t just restricted to the unit dwelling. Loud,
excessive noise can originate from other units, nearby buildings and generate
complaints are the result of just one regular offender.
More often it will be just one
particular tenant that’s causing the problem – one bad apple, They’re the ones
that frequently cause ongoing problems. Generally, complexes don’t have
more than one tenant repeatedly making excessive noise and complaints are often
because of a party.
Tenants should also
consider the location of their apartment.
If it’s inner-city, there’s more
noise generally and a younger demographic of tenant is usually more tolerant of
these things than people living in the suburbs.
To help limit noise
complaints, multi-unit dwellings be designed in such a way that bedrooms are
located away from living or entertainment areas.
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Tuesday, 30 March 2021