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    • looking_forward
    • By looking_forward 3rd Jul 17, 12:27 PM
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    Hot Tub location
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    • 3rd Jul 17, 12:27 PM
    Hot Tub location 3rd Jul 17 at 12:27 PM
    I am not sure if I have the correct location for this - if not apologies .


    I have an issue regarding noise form a neighbours' hot tub


    Last year one of our neighbours had a hot tub installed ,the location was by the fence at the end of their garden (some distance from their house) - however the way our houses are positioned means that this tub is much closer to our house - directly behind the fence next to our patio, garden dining table and approximately 10ft from the back French doors of our house ( lounge/tv room ) . The location of this tub has really become apparent over the last few months , on several occasions we have been sitting down eating on the patio when the jets on the tub fire up , you can't continue talking at the dining table as the noise is so loud , not to mention how loudly the neighbours in the tub have to be to talk over the noise of the tub and all this is accompanied by a smell like chlorine . It can also be heard over the television when doors are open and still heard when doors shut - this has gone on for up to 35 minutes , We have lived here for 18 years and I cannot believe an issue like this has arisen - has anyone had a similar situation and what are the guidelines regarding location of tubs. In the winter we obviously never encountered issues but now summer is here I can see this is going to get worse ,


    any input greatly appreciated


    thanks in advance
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    • JP1978
    • By JP1978 8th Jul 17, 9:09 PM
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    JP1978
    As hard as it is to have that chat, the longer you leave it, the harder it will be to have - "Well its been like that for 6 months, why have you not said anything so far?"
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