|Soundproofing [was marketing Aria Cohousing in Denver to families||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Bob Morrison (rhmorrisonaol.com)|
|Date: Sun, 2 Oct 2016 18:21:48 -0700 (PDT)|
Thank you Beverly for starting this discussion about soundproofing between stacked units. Here at Mosaic Commons we have two pairs of stacked units, all 1-br. Both pairs are in triplex buildings in which the third unit is a large townhouse. The subfloor of the upstairs units is wood, without a skim coat of gypcrete. When I was looking into buying a unit, I asked why the stacked units don't have concrete floors. They said a concrete floor is economically unfeasible for this small a building because the chase thru the floor to run plumbing, wiring, etc. to the second floor would be too expensive. In a larger building, you can spread out the cost of the chase over more units, so it becomes economically feasible. Therefore, concrete floors between stacked units are common in larger buildings. Bob Morrison Mosaic Commons Cohousing Berlin, MA
Soundproofing [was marketing Aria Cohousing in Denver to families Bob Morrison, October 2 2016
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