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Old 12-26-2011, 11:00 AM   #16
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Tell the neighbors to get new kids who are quieter.....that might be cheaper than making the changes you want.

Or, buy them carpet for their flat....with about 2" of padding.

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Old 12-26-2011, 01:05 PM   #17
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Lol did think bout buying them all slippers for christmas cost is not that bad I reckon I could do upstairs and downstairs for about 600 which for my own sanity it'll be worth it I only brought the house 6 months ago and plan to live here for quite a while so def wanna soundproof my house just want to do it properly
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Lol did think bout buying them all slippers for christmas cost is not that bad I reckon I could do upstairs and downstairs for about 600 which for my own sanity it'll be worth it I only brought the house 6 months ago and plan to live here for quite a while so def wanna soundproof my house just want to do it properly
You mean 600 pounds.....right?

Let me guess....used to be council housing?.....and they sold the units?

I lived in the UK for a couple of years....the x is from Scotland....this wife from Preston....you should have seen her grandparents house....
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..you should have seen her grandparents house....
2up 2 down terraced or stately home?
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3 bed brought it from the NHS used to be staff housing
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2up 2 down terraced or stately home?
Your typical 2 story flat...pre WWII in Liverpool....front door opens onto the sidewalk....stairs are about 24" wide....you can't put very large items up stairs....kitchen was about the size of our bathroom.....hard to believe 3 people lived there.....
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Na mate I have a very good size 3 bedroom house with separate lounge and dinning room the two master bedrooms and lounge and dinning room are on the party wall
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Okay I just have to ask a question. I have never known the correct answer to this.

In the statement about the "party wall".
Is the correct term "party wall", or is the correct term "parting wall"? Either could apply I suppose.
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It's the party wall mate don't know why its called that mind you it could be because it always sounds like party time round my neighbours lol

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