Concrete cutting is the improved alternative to the well-known, but inaccurate jackhammer. Rather than hacking away at concrete, concrete cutting performed on horizontal surfaces with the use of a slab saw or flat saw produces much better results. Using a thin, rapidly rotating blade made with diamond-edged teeth, these devices can accurately cut anything from concrete to reinforced concrete and other masonry materials. When cutting in large, open areas, floor-mounted flat saws can be used. In smaller areas, more maneuverable, hand-held flat saws are used due to the flexibility they allow.
Why do concrete cutting? Perhaps wiring or other utilities need to be placed in trenches under the floor, or access is needed to repair pipes or wiring that was previously buried underground. Another common reason includes the removal of damaged concrete and masonry.
When using this sort of equipment, to achieve the best results, you need the help of trained professionals. Accu-Cut Concrete Cutting and Breaking maintains teams of skilled flat saw operators who are experienced in a variety of projects involving concrete cutting. To assure the best results, in addition to ensuring our teams are highly qualified and skilled, we also purchase and maintain the best equipment available in the industry.