Monday - Friday 7:00am - 5:00pm

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Serving residential, commercial and industrial and transportation customers since 1997, Saw Jockey Concrete Cutting is committed to giving every customer excellent quality work in a timely fashion at a reasonable price.

Here are some of the common concrete cutting services we provide our residential customers:

  • Extend existing windows to meet current egress codes and let more light in

  • Drill new holes for dryer and fan vents

  • Create access for heating and cooling vents

  • Open your slab so you can move/add new plumbing

  • Remove trip hazards in your driveway, sidewalk or patios

  • Cut a door or window opening in a concrete wall

  • Add drainage openings to a concrete wall or slab

  • Saw joints in new concrete to control cracking or to create a custom look

  • Widen your driveway approach to accommodate a driveway expansion/RV pad

Here are some of the common concrete cutting services we provide our commercial, industrial, transportation and civil clients:

  • Flat sawing interior and exterior concrete slabs.

  • Flat sawing asphalt roadways and parking lots

  • Wall sawing new openings for doors, windows, and vents

  • Core drilling new openings for plumbing, electrical heating and cooling applications

  • Core drilling slabs for handrail installation

  • Wire sawing for large/thick material, limited access conditions, solid steel/heavily reinforced material, etc.

  • Grinding floors to prepare for new surfaces

  • Demolition preparation – isolating what is to be removed from what is being retained

  • Sewer and manhole modifications

After hours and weekend work available by appointment.

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