Some Questions to Ask Your Contractor for Concrete Cutting

Posted on: 6 June 2016

Concrete cutting is almost always best left to a professional; concrete isn't as easy to cut as you might think, as it can crack or split from improper cutting and dust is almost always an issue with cutting. You also want to ensure you don't damage materials around or under the concrete when you cut it, and a professional will know how to check what's under concrete and work around nearby walls and fixtures.
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Four Tips for Using a Concrete Core Drill to Make a Hole in a Concrete or Masonry Wall

Posted on: 2 June 2016

If you are trying to make a large hole in a concrete or masonry wall, you can use a concrete core drill. To make the task safe and successful, take a look at these tips. They will guide you in the right direction: 1. Choose the correct size bore. Concrete core drills feature an empty spherical attachment called a bore. As you drill, the bore spins and makes your hole, with some help from a drill bit in the center of the bore.
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Why A Concrete Pump Would Be Ideal For Your Construction Site

Posted on: 1 June 2016

One material that is a mainstay in all construction sites is concrete. This is because it is used in a myriad of applications. However, transporting concrete from one location on your construction site can be quite cumbersome. Not only is it heavy, but the numerous obstacles on the construction site floor can make maneuverability quite difficult. This is why if you are in the construction business you should consider investing in a concrete pump.
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