Cutting concrete is often necessary in remodeling basements or slab on grade buildings. It is needed to install new plumbing, to identify leaks in existing plumbing, and to place a new drain tile system.
In this basement floor (pictured above), concrete was cut to extend the existing plumbing to a new bathroom. Once the plumbing is installed and inspected, new concrete is poured and finished over the top of the pipes to match the rest of the existing floor.
There are multiple ways to remove the concrete. The various ways are determined by the type of tools and skills that you have. You can:
Tools needed for saw cutting:
Concrete drilling is done to install rebar into existing structures, to install fasteners such as anchor bolts in foundations, and to hang shelves or pictures in any walls made of brick, stone or concrete.
You will need a hammer drill and a hammer drill bit to do the job. Remember to wear safety gear such as goggles ear plugs and a dusk mask if you decide to do this yourself.
If you live in the Minneapolis and surrounding suburbs area, request a quote on your concrete cutting or drilling project here.
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