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Concrete Coring & Cutting

Concrete cutting and coring are both things that a home owner or business owner might find themselves needing to have done if they have a concrete slab. Sometimes concrete cutting and coring are necessary if somebody wants to install a new concrete slab or hard scape, so they need to remove some existing concrete.

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Concrete Coring

Concrete coring is  the process of drilling a hole in a concrete slab. This is typically done in order to install something like a pipe or electrical conduit. Core drills can be handheld or mounted to a drill rig. They come in various sizes, depending on the size of the hole you need to drill.

Concrete coring is a drilling process that removes large cylinders of concrete from a structure. A diamond drill is used to drill the cylinders out of the structure, and it is attached to a steel tube that is then secured to the surface with bolts, an anchor, and a vacuum seal. The concrete is then removed, leaving a perfect hole and no after-care maintenance. It is a common practice in demolition and construction.

Concrete Coring Has Many Applications

Concrete coring is done for many reasons, like installing a new slab, repairing a slab, or installing plumbing or electrical. It is important to make sure that the hole is drilled in the correct location and at the correct depth. You also need to be careful not to damage any pipes or wires that are already in the concrete.

A solid concrete core can also provide structural support. For example, a building that is extremely tall may employ a solid concrete core reinforced with structural steel. The same technique is used for vaults and safe rooms. Regardless of the type of project, the company's services can help expedite any commercial building trades project. It's an equal opportunity employer and looks for all qualified applicants. 

Hire a Professional for your Concrete Coring

If you need a concrete core, you should hire a professional. You'll have to be aware of the risks, but they're not any more dangerous than any other construction site activity. The biggest potential health risk associated with concrete core drilling is the dust as well as that you might cut into electrical work, plumbing work, or even cause structural damage. Hire a pro!!

Concrete Cutting

Concrete cutting is the process of using specialized blades and saws to cut concrete out or away for construction purposes. This is done with either an electric saw or diamond blades, depending on how thick the concrete is. Concrete cutting is also known as wet sawing.

There are many reasons why you might need concrete cutting. For instance, if you want to replace an part of an existing slab, wet sawing is the best way to go. Or if you need to cut new sections out to install fresh plumbing or electrical.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you core drill concrete?

Yes, you can core drill concrete. Core drills come in a variety of sizes and are designed for different types of drilling jobs.

What is concrete coring?

Concrete coring is the process of drilling a hole in concrete. It is done for various construction purposes, such as plumbing or electrical work, and many other things.

How much does it cost to core a hole in concrete?

The cost of coring a hole in concrete will vary depending on the size and difficulty of the job. The more difficult it is, the more expensive it will be.

What is the purpose of coring?

Coring is used to drill holes in various types of construction material. It has many uses, such as plumbing and electrical work.

What happens if you drill into concrete?

Drilling into concrete can cause problems, such as damaging the construction material and causing injury to yourself or others. It is important to only hire a professional who knows what they're doing.

How much does it cost to have someone cut concrete?

The cost for concrete cutting will depend on the size and difficulty of the job. The more complex it is, the more expensive it will be. The best thing to do is to get a quote.

Can you cut out concrete?

Yes, you can cut concrete. Concrete cutting is the process of using a saw to cut away at the material. This is usually done with an electric saw or diamond blades.

Contact Competitive Concrete for your Concrete Coring and Cutting Needs!

Competitive Concrete is the leading expert in coring and cutting concrete in the Vancouver area. We have the experience and expertise to get the job done right, and we're always here to help! Give us a call today!



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