Your home should be your haven – which is why it can be unsettling when loud noises shatter your quiet place. While it’s impossible to control the world around you, that doesn’t mean there aren’t practical steps you can take to reduce the impact noise pollution has on your living environment.
In this guide, we’ll assess some of the most prevalent types of noise pollutants which can cause problems at home, as well as what you can do to tackle the issue. We’ll also take a wider look at what’s being done to make sure homes are being built with noise pollution reduction in mind and explore the impact which overexposure to loud sounds has on a person.
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