Flat saws, sometimes called “floor saws”, are specifically designed to make precise cuts where only a portion of the slab is to be removed. Utilizing diamond blades from 12” - 60” diameter, we routinely cut up to 27” depth slabs. Deeper cuts are available upon request.
Wall saws, sometimes called “Track saws”, are most often used to cut door, window, and duct openings. Guided by a rigid track, these saws make clean, precise cuts in reinforced concrete and masonry construction, without the structural damage normally associated with jackhammering.
Where a round hole is required, core drilling is the answer. At Cuts Inc., we can presently drill holes up to 43” diameter, and drill depth almost unlimited. Our self-sufficient trucks come with power and water.
Wire saws utilize diamond-segmented wire to cut through thick concrete walls, floors, and foundations. First used by the mining industry to extract large sections of natural stone, it has become very useful in the concrete demolition industry. The diamond wire is also used to cut structures made of steel, stainless, brass, and copper.
Plant outages or “shut-downs” can be extremely costly for the owner. At Cuts Inc., we understand this and have been very successful working with some of the Southeast’s largest manufacturing facilities. We offer thorough pre-job planning with many innovative ideas and equipment to expedite your demolition needs. You can trust Cuts Inc. to provide the planning, equipment, and manpower to bring your demolition project in on time and under budget.
At Cuts Inc., our electric over hydraulic breaking and crushing systems allow operators to quickly demolish concrete structures with zero emissions. This small but powerful robot will fit through a 32” doorway yet outperforms conventional breakers twice it’s size.
Attach the crusher and we can demolish walls, beams, and columns, with little to no noise or vibration.
Curb cutting is the quick, cost-effective answer for new driveway entrances. It’s faster and less costly than forming and pouring a new curb, and it drastically reduces lane closure time. Curbs can be cut from the front or back side and with angled cuts at either end.
Diamond floor grinding reduces trip hazards due to unlevel floor and walk surfaces. It’s one of the best investments facility owners can make to reduce workers' compensation and insurance costs.
Floor grinding is also used for removing grout, epoxies, and glue prior to installation of new floor coverings.
With the power of 480v 3-phase electric, Cuts Inc. can quickly dig indoor trenches with our remote- control electric excavator. It can dig to a depth of 4’ with your choice of a 12” or 20” bucket, and less than 32” wide, it will fit through most door openings.
If desired, Cuts Inc. can remove your cutting/drilling debris to the side of your work area or completely off-site. We utilize and provide hand trucks, skid steers, dump trucks, dumpsters, and of course manpower to leave your job-site as clean as you specify.
“Control joints” are cut to control the random cracking that occurs while concrete is curing. Control joints are typically cut 1/4 to 1/3 the depth of the slab. We offer both wet-cut joints that are cut within a 24-hour period and “Soff-Cut”, or early entry joints, that are cut as soon as you can walk on the slab.
We also offer decorative joints in cured concrete.
Handheld gas, electric, and hydraulic, saws are ideal choices for those hard-to-reach areas.
Diamond chainsaws are great for cutting duct openings in block, brick, and reinforced concrete without over-cuts.