Im sure this is a subject that keeps coming up and up, i live in a 1960's 3 bed semi with a solid brick party wall.
I have new neighbours with 4 children so now have a problem with everyday noises coming through, fortunatly not music just tv, talking, shouting and running up and down stairs, As it seems to be general noise i know its not something i can change.
Anyway i plan to build a free standing stud wall, with a 25mm airgap between it and the the existing wall, use Rockwool RWA45 75mm and 2 layers of paster board.
Could anyone offer any advice on doing this and if im using the best stuff, also if i should use a specific plasterboard for soundproofing.
The final thing is, they are plannng to do a loft conversion next year and they seem to be the sort that will just throw a floor down and call it a room.
Does anyone have any ideas as to how this will effect us regarding the noise?
I hope ive made some sense, many thanks.