Lowering the Volume on Noise Compaints – Before They Happen
From low income apartments to high end condos, a top complaint of residents is noisy neighbors.
Whether it’s the blaring stereo in the adjacent unit or a loud hallway conversation, multi-housing residents are profoundly bothered when noise disrupts their tranquility.
For multi-housing professionals, resident noise complaints mean lost dollars. Annoyance with noise can mean lost business from residents moving out, difficulty filling units due to negative online reviews, and staff time spent addressing noise complaints.
Whether you’re planning construction of a new multi-housing development, or adding buildings to an existing community, paying attention to the walls will go a long way toward quieter rooms—and happier residents.
A recently developed set of wall assemblies using structural insulated panels (SIPs) helps significantly reduce sound transmission in new buildings, while also meeting fire ratings. Plus, the assemblies are simple and fast to construct, helping your community open sooner so you can begin collecting rents.
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