If you are looking to improve your concrete cutting, there are a ton of little things you can do to make improvements. First, you should always be looking at your work sites and figuring out the best places to use a saw. You also should always have a spare concrete saw just in case your original one breaks down. Having different blades and chains are important as one blade can usually not complete a job. Finally, use a wet blade if you need to control the amount of dust. Use a diamond blade for a more precise cut.
- Figure out where on your worksite you need to use a saw. Figure out if there are steel bars in the concrete to be cut.
- Figure out if there are gas, water, or electric lines that marked out for cutting. Make sure you also have a variety of blades and chains for different situations.
- Make sure you follow all safety practices so you don’t end up with big regrets. Make sure everyone at the worksite knows these safety precautions.
“Concrete saws are fundamental tools for any building site. Whether you’re renovating a whole building, extending or demolishing it, you can’t do much work without a concrete saw.”