4 Things to Know About Concrete Cutting

Concrete Cutting

You might not have the need to find a concrete cutting company very often, so you may know little about the industry. However, here are some things we want you to know about concrete cutting in Kansas City.

Things to Know About Concrete Cutting
Here are a few basic things you need to know about our industry.

There’s a suitable tool for every job.
Not all concrete-cutting jobs are the same. Only those with a lot of experience can look at each unique situation to determine the best concrete cutting tool or method for the job. For example, perhaps the job requires using a track-mounted wall saw. This is designed to make precise cuts on vertical and horizontal surfaces. However, it’s safer to run these wall saws remotely in some situations. But, again, only someone experienced in the industry can make this call. Sometimes it’s necessary to create openings for plumbing or HVAC systems. However, some jobs are more complicated than others. For example, there’s equipment available to drill holes in concrete to any depth from a quarter-inch to 66 inches in diameter. Some equipment can even be operated under water. It’s better to work with a company that has been around for a long time. Only those with a lot of experience can determine if a concrete hand saw, concrete chain saw, or concrete wire saw is the best tool for the situation.

Cutting through concrete can lead to dangerous situations if not completed by experienced professionals.
We also want you to know concrete cutting should be left to professionals. There are several reasons for this. First, you never know what is hiding inside the concrete. Concrete cutting professionals use specialized equipment to determine if something below the surface needs to be removed before cutting or coring commences. Next, it takes someone knowledgeable in the construction and demolition industry to understand how the cuts may affect the structure’s integrity. Finally, any equipment strong enough to cut through concrete is dangerous. Only those who are correctly trained should utilize that equipment.

Concrete cutting can be done without vibrations and with minimal mess.
Yes, jackhammers can be used to remove concrete, but other tools are available that do not shake the surrounding structure. Other equipment can be utilized if loud, messy equipment can’t be used on the job site.

It’s important to choose the right people for the job.

In the concrete-cutting industry, you have one chance to do the job right. So, it’s essential you choose the right people for the job. If you are looking for a company to complete a concrete cutting or concrete coring project in Kansas City, contact KC Coring and Cutting.

KC Coring and Cutting has served the KC Metro area for decades – on both large and small jobs. We work on commercial, industrial, residential, or public works projects. We’ve seen, and we’ve done it all.

One of the best things about our crew is that you can turn to us when you have questions about a project. We are happy to take a look at your job site or listen to your project description and recommend a solution. Ready to learn more? Give us a call at 816-523-2015.

KC Coring & Cutting Construction, Inc.
7240 Central St.
Kansas City, MO 64114