Hello, I have a rowhome, circa 1918 in Baltimore. I am not sure of the insulation in the wall itself (if any), but I know there are two layers of brick (maybe even just one) covered by a plaster wall separating our homes. I hear EVERY WORD my neighbors say in EVERY ROOM of my house. I am most concerned with trying to minimize the sound in my bedroom since their "home office" is on the other side of the wall. I was thinking of adding a layer of insulation and drywall on top of the existing wall, but I've been told this is not an effective measure plus it would decrease the dimensions of my bedroom. Any suggestions out there aside from ear plugs which I already use? It doesn't help that they both have really high-pitched whiney voices like nails going down a chalkboard:eek:. Thanks for any thoughts!