My neighbor installed metal roofs in his garage next to my house, 10 feet from the side of my house (legal reverse) in my area, no problem. . . But the left ceiling all day long swings in temperature change and is quite annoying. What should I do? I do not want to be a pest, but really racks my brain. Sounds like someone throwing rocks at your roof or acorns when coming from a tree on a metal roof. Bang. . . Bang. . . Bang. . . Nerve racking. I was so happy to find this – Most environmental agencies (check with your local council website for low noise pollution), do not work to a minimum of noise, if noise is annoying, then it comes under its jurisdiction and if, after hearing the noise, they consider annoying thing for you will be. Usually they ask you to try to resolve the matter himself, talking to your neighbor, but if that is not possible, you will be asked to keep a record of when the noise can be heard, weather conditions, and other conditions. G. Noise can be heard on television or in the bedroom etc. There used to be a code of practice recommends that noise levels during the day and night, I think the night noise used to be around 35-40 dB (A ), and during the day around 55 dB (A), but due to rural noise levels are different levels of noise from the city, who now work in "if noise is annoying, and can easily be reduced. Hope this helps, all the best.
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