Concrete Wall Sawing: What to Know

May 12, 2022

Concrete wall sawing is typically used on vertical surfaces for new doorways, HVAC openings or windows. Fine Cut Concrete Drilling and Sawing, LLC out of Kansas City, MO and Tulsa, OK has established a foundation within the company that is based on loyalty and integrity with a dedicated work ethic and determination toward continued success.…

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Concrete Hand Sawing

April 28, 2022

Concrete hand sawing can be used to cut a variety of materials, including hollow or filled brick, pipes, manholes and so much more! Our Kansas City and Tulsa locations utilize concrete hand sawing indoors in tight spaces and most all indoor projects. Concrete hand sawing is designed to create windows, doorways, mechanical openings, retaining walls,…

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Concrete Core Drilling

April 14, 2022

If you have ever wanted to know about concrete core drilling in Kansas City or Tulsa, here is your one stop for everything related! Concrete core drilling is the process of removing a cylindrical shaped piece of concrete out of a structure. This process is normally used to create openings for HVAC, electrical systems, plumbing and…

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Advantages of Concrete Wire Sawing

March 24, 2022

The advantages of concrete wire sawing are plentiful and wide, and we’re here to help! Concrete wire sawing is effective and versatile sawing  tool that is used mainly in challenging projects where normal saws won’t work. Some of these include machine bases, large slabs of concrete that has been reinforced, piers, steel encased concrete, underwater…

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What is Concrete Cutting Used For?

March 10, 2022

What in the world is concrete cutting used for? If you have concrete in or around your home or business, there’s a chance you’ll need to hire a concrete cutting service at some point. The biggest thing is how do you know when to hire a company, or what concrete cutting is used for, or…

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How Can Concrete Wall Sawing Benefit You in the Kansas City Metro

February 24, 2022

Concrete wall sawing can benefit you in the areas of Fayetteville, and Bentonville AR if you plan to create any kind of opening in a wall. Concrete wall sawing is used to create new doorways, windows, or an opening for an HVAC unit. These wall saws are excellent in making clean, precise flush cuts to…

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Concrete Core Drilling and the KC Metro Area

February 10, 2022

Kansas City metro area is serviced by an expert concrete core drilling company that provides all your concrete core drilling needs. Fine Cut USA offers concrete core drilling as a basic service, among others. They provide a fast, exact, and clean approach for any types of projects. Our experienced operators can handle the toughest of jobs, while…

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Diamond Concrete Wire Sawing For Clean Precise Cuts

January 27, 2022

Concrete wire sawing is an efficient process for cutting large portions of reinforced concrete, bridges, and steel structures and is ideal for precision cutting on stone, cinder blocks, bricks, and asphalt, for segmenting concrete, and removing large sections of structural concrete. Of note, diamond wire sawing gives operators more versatility, allowing them to work in confined…

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Concrete Wall Sawing for Horizontal and Vertical Surfaces

January 13, 2022

Concrete wall sawing is a critical step for opening a spot on a wall to create new doorways, windows, or an HVAC unit. Wall saws are also commonly referred to as track saws and typically run on hydraulic or electric power. The wall saw utilizes a diamond blade on a track-mounted system, which allows for…

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Concrete Wire Sawing is Fast, Safe and Cost Effective

December 23, 2021

Concrete wire sawing is an ideal method for segmenting or removing large chunks of reinforced concrete that other saws simply can’t manage. Whether it’s steel encased concrete, concrete retaining walls, or heavily reinforced rebar, some concrete structures are simply too large, too strong, or the workspace is too confined for a traditional concrete saw to…

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