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This is a first for me, and I have been doing this for a while. A tenant below another in a fourplex has recently complained about a lot of noise from upstairs. Things being dropped, a cat running all around, jarring noises late at night and early in the morning, etc. 

Both the upstairs and downstairs tenants in question have been there for 2 or 3 years. Nice to deal with.

I wrote to the upstairs tenant, and of course they were taken aback, but responded saying that they would be quieter. They were for a while, but I am again getting noise complaints.

Any suggestions? This is a tough one.

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Maybe look into carpeting the floors upstairs?
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