Diamond blades are an irreplaceable tool when it comes to making the necessary concrete cuts for construction, remodeling and demolition work. But if you’re not installing a new blade periodically, you’re likely to find your concrete cuts aren’t up to the standards you need. Learn when to give your diamond cutting saw a fresh blade.
Your Cuts Are No Longer Clean
Because diamond blades are so strong when it comes to cutting concrete, they’re prized for making highly precise cuts, which is especially important in new construction. As your cuts become more jagged, you’ll need a new saw blade.
Your Saw Is Slowing Down
When diamond blades wear out, they no longer have the strength to move easily through very hard surfaces such as concrete. A noticeable decrease in your saw’s ability to cut quickly through concrete means the blade is nearing the end of its usefulness.
You Can See the Metal Surface of the Blade
As the diamond coating of the blade wears down over time because of the friction it encounters through cutting, you’ll see more of the metal surface underneath. The more of the base metal blade you can see, the sooner you’ll need to install a new one.
Need Diamond Cutting Saw Work in Burien?
If your project requires a diamond cutting saw, count on Cut-All Concrete Sawing & Drilling for outstanding results. We are a locally owned company that provides reliable drilling, sawing and cutting for commercial, residential and public works remodeling and demolition. We are fully committed to great service and precision results, and we offer a full range of support services to ensure compliance with your payroll systems, insurance and other requirements. If you need help, contact us to learn more about our services and find the right solution for your project.
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Posted on May 9, 2023 | Published by Ignite Local | Related Local Business