As the name implies, cutting concrete is a staple of what we do here at Accu-Cut. There are many ways to cut concrete, and most are not very efficient. The most commonly used tool in recent years has been the jackhammer. Of course, this means that the broken concrete must be re-poured and reset. At Accu-Cut, we employ a slab saw, which is designed to make deep cuts into horizontal surfaces.
A slab saw, also called a flat saw, uses a circular blade which spins at a very high rpm. Its diamond-edged teeth create a deep, thin groove, enabling a construction team to then knock away the loose concrete to create a precisely measured hole or trench. For larger projects with more space, we use flat saws that run on tracks. Smaller spaces may require a hand-held tool. Once completed, trenches can be used for accessing utility lines, burying new ones, and accessing damaged masonry for its removal or replacement.
When approaching any project requiring the cutting of concrete, you must call on the expertise of a trained and licensed professional. Accu-Cut employs the very best flat saw operators, and trains them to be ready for any challenge. We hold our team to the highest standard, which translates to excellent results for you.