A core drill uses a super-tough, circular drill bit to bore extremely precise holes into concrete, reinforced concrete or masonry, and extract the material inside these holes. This process is commonly used for purposes that include creating the openings needed for utility installations (e.g., plumbing lines and HVAC lines), making holes for demolition charges, cutting holes for drains and lighting systems, and cutting holes for bench, safety barrier and handrail installations. Some construction companies and project managers try to operate core drills with non-specialized personnel. However, even the slightest drilling inaccuracy can lead to serious problems, and only professionals can provide reliable performance.
The experts at Accu-Cut can safely, accurately drill holes as small as ½ inch in diameter and as large as 30 inches in diameter. Our training and equipment give us the ability to cut through even the toughest aggregate material. We can also cut at any desired angle.