Sample Noise Complaint Letter to Neighbor

Approaching a noisy neighbor is something that requires tact – you do not want to appear offensive and at the same time, you need to resolve this problem. If you are living in an apartment, you may get along with other neighbors going through the same problem and sign a petition.

A confrontation can be unpleasant so it is receommended to contact a noisy neighbor through a letter. Letters are good when you want to make a point and not appear as if you are at a loss for words. Writing a letter gives you a chance to make your point clear without any confrontation.

A letter to your neighbor should be friendly – after all, you do not want to be at odds with people with whom you share the same neighborhood. The tone of your letter should be light even if it is a complaint letter that you are actually penning down. Your letter should open by addressing the agenda and suggesting a solution. You should provide details of how the noise your neighbor is making is bothering you and your family members and politely give a solution.

 

Sample Noise Complaint Letter to Neighbor

 

Robert Harrison
7261 Centerhill Martin Road
Meridian, MS 72635
Tel: (999) 999-9999

May 11, 2016

Ms. Teresa Mae
7262 Centerhill Martin Road
Meridian, MS 72635

 

Dear Ms. Mae:

This is a friendly note to inform you that my family and I are being disturbed by the incessant noise (mostly drums) which regularly comes from your home – mostly at night time.

Please note that both me and my wife are very busy professionals and have to wake up early in the morning to make sure that our three children go to school and we reach to our offices on time. Staying awake most of the night, waiting for the noise to stop creates a big trouble for our family. We do believe that it is our right to ask you to show some flexibility regarding this matter. Might we suggest that you soundproof the room that you play music in?

We would appreciate a prompt action on your part and would love to hear a piece of your composed music (yes, we know you are an aspiring musician and we would like to encourage you) over a free weekend.

Thank you for understanding our predicament.

 

Sincerely,

Robert Harrison
Tel: (999) 999-9999








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