Concrete cutting refers to various techniques of cutting through slabs of concrete, or making cuts along its surface. There are a variety of uses for residential and commercial concrete cutting:
- Concrete drilling creates small openings for running wiring or pipes through concrete, or to access areas behind concrete walls and slabs. Drilling also allows for easy removal of fasteners, fence posts, and other materials attached to concrete, without breaking up an entire slab.
- Flat or slab sawing along the surface of concrete creates trenches that allow access to pipes and wires just below concrete’s surface, or that removes long, thin sections of concrete needed to install electrical wiring and plumbing fixtures.
- Concrete coring creates larger holes in concrete, perfect for drain or pipe installation or accessing underground tanks and utilities. Coring also breaks up concrete without the mess and noise of a jackhammer, making concrete removal quick and easy!