Wall Sawing

All wall saws (track saw, hand saw, ring saw, chain saw) use hydraulic or electric to power the unit. Blades used to wall saw have diamond segments around the perimeter which are used to cut the desired material. Track mounted diamond wall saws are utilized when precise, clean cuts for openings in vertical and horizontal surfaces are required. Unlike other methods of demolition, wall sawing leaves a smooth finish that is ready for installation of doors jams and windows with no harm to the remaining structure.

Here are some things to consider before calling to request a quote:

  • How many linear feet of cutting?
  • What are the dimensions needed?
  • Are over cuts ok? Are cross cuts needed?
  • How thick is the wall?
  • How high is the top of the cut?
  • Will we need a lift or scaffold (if necessary)?
  • Will cutting be done from inside or outside?
  • How far is it to the furthest cut?
  • What material is to be cut (brick, concrete, etc)?
  •  Will any cuts be flush to the floor, etc?
  •  Are there areas or surfaces that need to be protected?

Slab Sawing

Flat surfaces such as roadways, floors, bridge decks, suspended slabs and roofs can be cut quickly and precisely. Our equipment ranges from walk-behind to hand-held models depending on the size of the cut required.

Here are some things to consider before calling to request a quote:

  • How many linear feet of cutting?
  • What are the dimensions needed?
  • Are over cuts ok? Cross cuts?
  • How thick is the slab?
  • Is it on grade or suspended?
  • Is it inside or outside?
  • Will you need us to remove the slab?
  • Are there areas or surfaces that need to be protected?

If in a basement:

  • How will we gain access?
  • How far is it to the furthest cut?

If outside:

  • Is the slab concrete or asphalt?
  • Does it need to be vacuumed?

If inside:

  • How far is it to the furthest cut?
  • Will hand sawing be required?

Core Drilling

Our core drills and diamond bits can cut holes in various sizes in depth and diameter (call for more information and pricing on various sizes). Common core drilling jobs include walls, ceilings, roofs, bridges, tunnels, and road surfaces. They can be used for test core sampling of concrete and asphalt. Drilled holes are often used to route cables, conduit pipes, and wires through structures for renovations, demolition or new construction.
Here are some things to consider before calling to request a quote:

  • How many holes are needed? What sizes? What thicknesses?
  • Is drilling needed in a wall, slab, or roof?
  • What material is to be drilled (brick, concrete, etc)?

For wall drilling:

  • How high are the holes on the wall?
  • Will we need a lift or scaffold (if necessary)?
  • Will any of the drilling be in tight areas (stairwells, etc)?
  • Are there areas or surfaces that need to be protected (Finished areas)?

For slab drilling:

  • Is it on grade or suspended?
  • Will you need us to spot below?
  • Are there areas or surfaces that need to be protected (Finished areas)?