Concrete and Asphalt Road Cutting
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Cutting concrete or asphalt needs the right equipment and D-Drill have floor saws with a huge choice of power sources and blade sizes. As a specialist in road cutting, we can use petrol, diesel, electric or air powered floors saws with the ability to produce uniform cuts through reinforced concrete and asphalt.
Floor sawing is a heavy duty yet quick and efficient way of cutting widths and depths up to 675m. D-Drill carries out concrete and asphalt cutting for motorway construction, pavements, traffic detector channels, drainage ducts and removing or altering concrete slabs. We can help you with:
- cutting grooves in road surface
- asphalt grooving
- concrete groove cutting
Slab sawing is another term for floor sawing and is the most commonly used diamond sawing method regularly implemented on horizontal surfaces such as pavements, concrete floors (internal and external) and bridge decks.
The most frequent call outs for slab sawing include the creation of control and expansion joints and cutting and removing damaged or cracked surfaces prior to repair. It is also commonly required for creating channels prior to the installation of new utilities or creating space for implementation of new stairwells or lift shafts.
Our experienced team at D-Drill are always on hand to provide advice about the best approach for your specific job requirements and we will apply the best approach on a job by job basis. So if you are not sure whether you need slab sawing, wire sawing, or concrete cutting we will help you make the right choice and with our excellent health and safety record along with our first rate apprenticeship programme you can be sure of the quality of our work.
If you have a road surface or concrete floor that needs cutting or grooving, call the concrete eaters on 0800 33 74 55
Examples of projects from around the UK
- Floor sawing at University of Birmingham - creation of expansion joints
- Minimal disruption, noise and vibration at Manchester aircraft component factory
- 42 holes and 9 openings in just one day at Southampton port