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Is the concrete floor polishing process noisy or disruptive?

Updated: May 17

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Short Answer: Yes, the machines and vacuums used for concrete polishing is rather loud and noisy. The prep phase and most of the process which requires the HEPA vacuums we use are fairly loud, think about the noise of a generator running indoors might be comparable. Options are available for timelines and types of power to lower the disruption.


Intro

Polishing concrete floors can be a great way to make them look newer and more vibrant. The process though does require turning a concrete floor into a polished and highly durable lifetime floor, not simple but well worth it! Professional service providers like ourselves do use the right tools and machines, and it can be a noisy process that's for sure.


Yes, the machines and vacuums used for concrete polishing is rather loud. The prep phase and most of the process which requires the HEPA vacuums use are fairly loud, think about the noise of a generator running indoors might be comparable.


If clients need to be in the area we always advise wearing ear plugs when needed, but typically we just advise leaving the space while we work, it's just simpler for clients.


Conclusion

Hopefully this article has been able to answer your question about whether or not polishing concrete floors is noisy


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