More people are spending more time at home making more noise--yet they want quiet environments. This is the only book available that tells designers, planners, architects, and builders how to give homeowners and apartment-dwellers the quiet they crave. Simple enough to be used by the average do-it-yourselfer (it avoids complex mathematics), yet so complete it will satisfy the requirements of knowledgeable building professionals, this authoritative guide gives you one-stop answers on designing, specifying, testing, and retrofitting residences to meet the new environmental standards and satisfy our need for peace and quiet.Doors accessing the space were solid-core exterior type with a full weather seal and a cam-type latch set. ... Sleeping areas are located well away from this potential noise source with the master bedroom on the opposite end of the house and other bedrooms on the second level. To assure (he noise from the garage door opener did not intrude on the living space, an opener was selected to be quiet andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Noise Control Manual for Residential Buildings|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 1997-07-01|