Noise Complaint Letter
Noise pollution is one which is a serious menace in the present day urban society. It causes problems like problems in hearing, concentration, memory, high blood pressure, etc.In areas which have schools, hospitals, etc there are rules which instruct people not to make noise pollution by honking etc.In residential areas, after ten in the night, loudspeakers are banned.Noise may be due to renovations, neighbours, etc. People usually complain to the landlord only in case of persistent noise in the premise. In case of noisy neighbours, it is better to first make a request to the said neighbours to reduce the noise pollution before making a formal complaint to the landlord.
A Noise Complaint letter is a letter written to the landlord by a tenant to complain about some persistent noise in the premise. The complaint regarding the noise should be written with proper details and information to state the case correctly and to warrant an investigation and appropriate action against the culprits. The letter has to be written courteously without accusation.
The following is a Sample of Noise Complaint Letter.
2-11 Hawks Apartments
1980 Nest Street
Saint Louis, MO 63101
20 February 2017
Comfort Home Agency
2247 Washington Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Subject: Complaint against Persistent Noises
I would like to bring your attention on the above subject.
There have been persistent partying noises from the apartment, 204 which is directly above mine. The noises usually happen during the weekends from eleven in the night till four in the morning. I know that the tenants upstairs may want to party and let their hair down during the weekends but it has been over five consecutive weekends that this partying has been happening. We had been quite thinking it was only until the year end but Christmas and New Year are long over.
Despite repeated requests to curb the noises as they are disturbing the other residents, there has been no change. There are children who will soon be writing exams, old people as well as office workers.This has become a nuisance which has been tolerated for too long.
The constant vibrations from the blare of the music, floor thumping from the dancing and human chattering are causing me bouts of migraines.We have no problem with their partying; we just request them to keep the volume down so that the others are not disturbed.
I, hereby, kindly request you to investigate and take the appropriate action to rectify the issue so that the other tenants here can enjoy the harmonious living we once had.
I appreciate your prompt action to this complaint.
Contact No.: 9930-28830