Disclaimer: I've not used this product, nor even seen it. The following has been relayed through second-hand information and the web.
A colleague of mine lives in a condo in the city, and as you might imagine, noise is a primary concern. While the new construction space was supposed to deliver some buffer from noisy neighbors, that hasn't been the case. Between one neighbor that's rather vocal during nighttime activities and another neighbor who invites friends over to play Gran Turismo from 2 to 5 every morning, he's had a few sleepless nights.
Q: My mom lives in a beautiful condo and is having an ongoing problem with noise from her upstairs neighbors. It's an old building, so the sound insulation is terrible but the neighbors' behavior rea Read Post
In a city like Chicago, with long, cold months where the windows are constantly closed, it's easy to to forget there's even noise to be heard. But now that we've gotten a taste of spring and opened the windows, I'm reminded that cit... Read Post
Q: Apartment Therapy has posts about damping sound coming from external sources like street noise, but my concern is within an apartment I share with others. How can we reduce noise from an open space like the living room that is at... Read Post