Concrete Cutting

At Straight Line Cutting, we utilize a variety of cutting techniques that professionally, efficiently, and safely cut large, square, or rectangle shaped incisions into wall or slab concrete.

We have the tools, equipment, and experience to work both indoors and outdoors — sawing slabs or walls.

Concrete Slab Saw Cutting

Also known as flat sawing, slab sawing typically involves sawing concrete surfaces such as roofs, floors, highways, and bridge decks. It is typically used in removing sections of pavement, trenching for plumbing, cutting expansion joints, or other below the slab access. Our saws can cut to a depth of 1/4 inch to 30 inches and may be used in a variety of applications, including control joints, road patches, and decorative cuts.

Wire Sawing

Wire saws are perfect for cutting thick reinforced concrete in areas with limited access. Wire sawing provides fast and clean cutting and is extremely efficient allowing for non-destructive sawing operations on bridges, tunnels, plant shutdowns, dock facilities, renovations, expansions or other concrete structures.

Hand Sawing

Hand saws allow us to efficiently cut filled or hollow concrete, block, and brick and is ultra-convenient when cutting in hard-to-reach areas. With the ability to cut up to 10” deep, saws can be used to create window, door, and/or mechanical openings.

Chain Sawing

Best when creating square-cut corners and small openings in brick, block, and concrete when using a circular blade is not possible.

Electric Slab Sawing

A quiet, lightweight, and dust-free tool is ideal for jobs where carbon monoxide may be an issue or where space is limited. These 10 to 50 horsepower saws can cut up to 24” deep.

Wall Sawing

Mounted on a track, our wall saw can cut brick, block, and reinforced concrete in long, straight lines. Used on vertical surfaces, wall saws can cut quickly and accurately from any position.

Straight Line Cutting provides a variety of concrete cutting and coring services. For a full list, see our Services page.