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Curb sawing may eliminate the need for curb excavation. Here’s what you need to know about these two methods of curb removal.
Curb sawing is typically completed by a track-mounted hydraulic saw. This piece of equipment can rotate 180 degrees and has blades that can be adjusted to meet different heights and angles. It aims to cut curbs or parapet walls flush to the road, eliminating the need for curb excavation.
Such a system can be used for installing new driveways, driveway approaches, or handicap ramps. It also creates proper angle cuts.
Curb sawing can also be completed with ride-on curb machines. These powerful hydraulic systems are designed to cut thousands of feet of curb a day, making this the perfect equipment for road or bridgework or any other project requiring large volumes of curb, parapet, barrier walls, or medians to be removed.
Curb excavation is typically done with a backhoe or excavator. It typically requires two workers, as a second set of eyes may be needed to assist with the vertical and horizontal control of the machinery.
Curb saws eliminate the need for concrete demolition. Curb sawing is faster and easier than curb excavation. It can be used for all types of curbs without damaging the adjacent curb structure or road. Curb saws may also be less expensive than curb excavation.
However, it’s worth noting that you need to check with your local government to see if curb cutting is permissible. A few cities prefer completely removing the curb, followed by repouring the curb.
If you are completing a project that requires curb removal, contact KC Coring and Cutting. KC Coring and Cutting has served KC homeowners, business owners, construction companies, demolition companies, and government entities for over four decades. We offer a long list of services, including the following:
Concrete Core Drilling
Concrete Wall Sawing
Concrete Hand Sawing
Concrete Chain Sawing
Concrete Wire Sawing
Concrete Grinding & Polishing
Concrete Shot Blasting
When you hire KC Coring and Cutting for a job, you can rest easy knowing that you will receive top-notch service. Our well-trained and experienced operators use quality, cutting-edge equipment to get the job done. Our crews have a lot of industry experience. We have seen and done it all.
KC Coring and Cutting also completes projects when promised. We couldn’t have lasted this long in this industry if we didn’t know how to meet deadlines.
Also, KC Coring and Cutting Cutting place safety as our number one priority. We have a full-time Safety Director and Director of Risk Control Services. We meet all the Occupational Safety and Health Administration standards and have TWIC and CPR certifications. We are proud that KC Coring and Cutting is a certified Federal Drug-Free Workplace and an A+ Insurance Carrier.
For curb cutting in the Kansas City Metro area, contact KC Coring and Cutting at 816-523-2015.