Expert Concrete Slab Sawing Services

Our skilled team is adept at efficiently removing trenches and concrete slabs with precision. Known as one of the most recognized methods in diamond cutting, concrete flat sawing, or slab sawing, involves a diamond-edged blade mounted on a walk-behind machine operated by a single technician. This method is ideal for cutting through horizontal concrete surfaces, including slab on grade floors, bridge decks, driveways, and various structural or elevated concrete slabs.

Depending on the project's location and specific needs, flat sawing can be executed using either electric or diesel-powered units. For outdoor projects or in well-ventilated large buildings, our fleet of diesel-powered saws offers enhanced productivity with minimal emissions, thanks to our tier 4 compliant motors. For indoor applications or areas with limited ventilation, we utilize electric saws equipped with power generators to accommodate sites without sufficient power supply.

Our capabilities extend to making cuts up to 24 inches deep, with specialized services available for cuts up to 27 inches. For projects requiring deeper cuts, we employ advanced techniques such as track sawing or wire sawing.

Beyond concrete, our expertise encompasses cutting through various materials and metals, including zinc, magnesium, and beryllium, ensuring a versatile solution for a wide range of applications:

  • Reinforced concrete floor cutting

  • Expansion and control joint cutting

  • Electrical and plumbing trenching

  • Damaged pavement removal

  • Crack cleaning and repair

  • Creating openings for staircases, elevators, and ductwork

  • Roof and highway cutting

Whether you're dealing with a basement, confined space, or expansive outdoor area, our concrete slab sawing services are tailored to meet your project's specific requirements, ensuring effective and efficient execution.

Electric Flat Sawing

Chain Sawing

Slab Sawing

Solution To A Drainage Problem

Ohio Concrete was called to a customer's house who recently had a bluestone patio added to their backyard.

The customer indicated that the patio did not drain properly and puddling from rain remained for days.

After assessing the patio, it was not installed correctly. Ohio Concrete assessed the project and offered two options.

Option 1) Remove all of the stone and install a properly sloped substrate. This would have cost tens of thousands of dollars. Option 2) Ohio Concrete proposed a linear drain system.

The most difficult part of installing a linear drain system on a natural stone surface is that the surface is not completely flat making straight-line cutting very difficult.

Our operator cut a straight as an arrow 2-1/2” wide channel, 4” deep. One for the upper patio and one for the lower patio proved to be the trick for the drainage issues. A straight cut and removal to the proper depth made installation of the drain a breeze for the homeowner.

Another job made easy by having the right tools and know-how. Call us for your next concrete problem!

Puddled Up Water On Bluestone  Patio
2-1/2" Wide Channel, 4" Deep Linear Cut On Bluestone Patio
Installation Of Linear Drain System On Bluestone Patio