CONCRETE CUTTING

Our concrete cutting services break down into: Concrete Slab Cutting, Wall Cutting, Asphalt & Curb Cutting, and Wire Sawing. When to use which service? Read on for more.

Concrete Slab Cutting

What is it?
Concrete slab cutting is basically just like it sounds. If you have a horizontal slab of concrete, we can cut it. Slabs of concrete may include reinforced concrete, precast concrete, and even other structural materials.

How / When Would I Use This?
Concrete slab cutting is usually done to provide expansion joints, make openings for ducts and/or conduits, elevators, stairwells, machine pads, and demolition purposes. We can cut to any depth on floors or suspended slabs.

If you are not sure what kind of material your concrete slab is made of, we recommend you start with some core samples.

Wall Cutting

What is it?
When your concrete surface is vertical or on an angle, we use a wall saw to make an opening.

How / When Would I Use This?
Wall cutting is appropriate for: doors, windows, vaults, silos, chests, foundations, ducts and large diameter pipes, or to remove part or all of an existing wall. Whether you have newly poured concrete or want to bring some new life into an existing structure, we can cut into any depth of wall.

Asphalt and Curb Cutting

What is it?
Cutting through asphalt or curbs is just like it sounds. We cut through old or new asphalt, up to a 21” depth. We can use propane or gas powered saws depending on the need.

How / When Would I Use This?
We typically do this kind of cutting for trenching, making expansion joints, and removing damaged pavement sections for paving or in preparation for random crack repair. If your needs require us to obstruct traffic, we supply the flag-men.

Wire Sawing

What is it?
If a job required deeper cutting or specialty cutting, we use a wire saw. The wire saw allows for greater flexibility in cutting.

How / When Would I Use This?
If you have cutting needs deeper than 21”, or if you require the cutting of awkward pieces of concrete, the wire saw is the way to go.