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Sal Minio
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17th Street Canal
Member since Sep 2006
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Dropping weights damage?
My next door neighbor drops weights several times a day.
I hear the noise and very slightly feel a small vibration. Can this over time damage my house or it's foundation? How about my driveway?


BigPerm30
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re: Dropping weights damage?
If his weights are doing that much damage, it’s probably not a good idea to frick with the baw.


lsu777
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westlake
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re: Dropping weights damage?
How close are your houses? And how big a boy are ya? Cause he sounds like a strong arse dude.


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StraightCashHomey21
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Altus, OK
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re: Dropping weights damage?
If he has horse stall mats down it’s fine
This post was edited on 3/29 at 1:39 pm


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transcend
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Austin, TX
Member since Aug 2013
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re: Dropping weights damage?
Lol no... not unless he’s inhumanly strong


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Adam4848
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LA
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re: Dropping weights damage?
The two houses are not connected. That’s why they’re are isolation joints etc but if anything that would be a problem for him over you.


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gumbo2176
Member since May 2018
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re: Dropping weights damage?
Is this for real???? At most, he'll damage his flooring and possibly break some of the weights if they are cast iron plates. Other than that, you have no problems other than hearing the clang of the dumbass dropping the weight bar.

Hopefully he has mats that he's using to cushion the blow and not directly on cement.


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Rep520
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re: Dropping weights damage?
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If his weights are doing that much damage, it’s probably not a good idea to frick with the baw.


Yup. If your neighbor is lifting large enough weights to damage the foundation of nearby houses, you're just going to have to accept he gets to do what he wants.


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