For much of the 20th century, the jackhammer was the standard worksite tool for cutting through horizontal concrete surfaces. However, today, a much more efficient tool has emerged: the slab saw. Instead of relying on a loud, difficult-to-control reciprocating chisel, a slab saw relies on a circular blade outfitted with industrial-grade diamond teeth. This thin, easily controllable blade can make highly accurate cuts in thin or thick concrete, reinforced concrete or masonry. Floor-mounted slab saws achieve the best results in larger areas, while handheld saws provide the maneuverability needed to work in tight spaces. The many uses for these saws include removing damaged surfaces, cutting utility trenches and making utility repairs.
Slab saws only provide their true benefits when operated by trained, experienced professionals. At Accu-Cut, we match extensive expertise with well-maintained, top-of-the-line saws. This combination helps ensure maximum cutting accuracy in any indoor or outdoor setting.