What is a concrete saw?

A concrete saw is a power tool designed for cutting through concrete and other masonry material. It utilizes hand-held operation or walk-behind, similar to a tiller. A concrete saw can have a chain, circular, or jig blade, like many other varieties of power saws,. Powered by electricity, gasoline, air, or hydraulics, a concrete saw uses either abrasive or diamond blade cutting technology and is designed for either dry or wet sawing.

There are a number of applications for a concrete saw. Brick, concrete, and cement can be cut out for repair, demolition, or modification.

By |May 12th, 2014|Company News, Concrete cutting, Wall sawing|0 Comments

What is a window well?

Window wells are small structures positioned outside ground-level/semi-basement windows that allow more light to enter and keep soil and water away from window. Usually a few feet or a meter deep and filled with a small layer of gravel to drain the well. Window wells are both practical and decorative and, with a small amount of upkeep, will improve the strength and look of ground-level windows.

Wall-sawing photos

Here are some photos of a wall sawing job done recently.