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try living in new west and having your apartment window right next to a skytrain track
I think that would be worse than living next to the train yard(which is still their fault. Train yard in place before residential development). The train yard is loud, as we can hear it up where we live, but the skytrain is often and that high pitched whiny sound.
agreed i'd rather live by train track than skytrain...it would suck having to sit in 5 min traffic each time it passes through tho
anything beats living close to Sea Island YVR or close to a dump
(I'm looking at you Marine Gateway developement )
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Originally Posted by sonick
In my apartment when its windy the varying air pressure causes the flap on my bathroom exhaust fan to bang open and close, could be due to that.
You can fix that by a magnet. my apartment got the same problem and the builder send someone up to install a magnet type thing on the trap door. problem all fix. quite amazing that it would still open and close when the ventilation fan on/off.