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Noise Pollution In Residential Spaces: How To Keep Your House Noise Free 
Balcony - Few apartments and condominiums have a balcony dissociated by a glass door that slides. This idea is not good. Like a window that slides, acoustically sealing a glass door that slides is essentially impossible, particularly if there is construction work or noisy traffic outside. Suppose you value quiet and peace over a design as such, try to totally avoid it.
Walls - Ensure that there are sufficiently thick walls amidst your unit and the neighbor's. It is better to have thicker walls. Walls require fulfilling an STC (Sound Transmission Class) of minimum 45-50 for ensuring a reasonable privacy level. Suppose in one specific room noisy music is being played, it is required to have an STC rating of 60. If you own a home already, and noise pollution is entering via the wall that a neighboring room shares, attempt placing a bookshelf filled with books touching that specific wall and observe if it assists reducing the pollution level. Suppose the problem still persists, renovation is needed. Making the walls better require constructing at least 2 drywall layers to lessen noise pollution. An acoustic glue layer must be applied between the existing wall and the new drywall, and the walls must be filled with fiberglass wool or rock wool. Suppose you cannot do this yourself, hire a contractor.
Floors/Ceiling – The floor of your neighbor could be attached to your ceiling, or vice versa. Ensure that the IIC (Impact Insulation Class) rating of floors and ceilings is about 50-70, based on level of tolerance of the individual. For instance, suppose doing jumping exercises irritates the downstairs neighbor, jumping rather on a rubber mat made of neoprene can do a lot good for damping impact noise to an endurable pollution level. It is better if the rubber mat is thicker. The same theory applies to pounding chilies or a kick drum used with an electronic drum kit. The issue becomes harder to resolve suppose at that stage itself insulation of that activity is not done, needing the resident below installing an acoustic ceiling.
A solution as such needs help professionally and can be expensive; hence it is best to evade that totally if feasible. Negotiating tactfully with your upstairs neighbor to utilize few of these recommended solutions can be very useful in saving cost and lessening impact noise pollution.
Doors - Even in a room having thick walls, a small hole or crack in a door can transmit undesirable sound coming into a room and going out of a room. Ensure that the doors are moderately thick, sealed properly at the edges and do not have holes. Addition of acoustic seals around the door edges can do a lot to lessen noise pollution. For problems more serious, you can install a thicker, "soundproof" door.
Compressor for Air Conditioning and Other Machinery - Ensure air-conditioner compressors are damped properly in a suitable housing since they can give out structural noise that transmit through walls. Place them exterior to a thick wall to lessen their disturbance. Also, between walls electrical boxes can open physical holes that let airborne sound to traverse. They must be sealed using acoustic putty.
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