Author Topic: Neighbors' dog  (Read 3405 times)

Kate

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Neighbors' dog
« on: November 21, 2001, 10:50:49 PM »
We've been trying to get the neighbors to believe their dog barks for HOURS at a time when they're gone.  It's been 18 months, and we're almost to the point of moving so we can enjoy some peace and quiet.  Are inside windows another option?  And can I get a deal if I need them for all 14 windows?

bjnash

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Re: Neighbors' dog barking
« Reply #1 on: November 22, 2001, 05:43:42 PM »
: We've been trying to get the neighbors to believe their dog barks for HOURS at a time when they're gone.  It's been 18 months, and we're almost to the point of moving so we can enjoy some peace and quiet.  Are inside windows another option?  And can I get a deal if I need them for all 14 windows?
Someone told me they solved the problem by recording the dog barking, then playing it back unedited, with speakers attached to the walls, all the time the other people were home...
Dogs can be fixed by a vet...  Also programmed not to bark...
Otherwise, yes, windows can be placed inside existing frames to reduce noise.  Se the link below.  (You would only need them for the windows that are in a direct line with the source of the sound).

 

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