HARDCORE Concrete – Services
Safely delivering superior service, competitive prices, and on-time job completion without cutting corners or diminishing the quality of our work.
Standard and hydraulic core drilling is used when precise circular cuts are required. This process is most commonly referred to as “coring”. We utilize coring for clients who desire to run plumbing, conduit, rebar, electrical wiring, or to create man holes among other things.
Concrete grinding or scarifying is utilized for removing surface bumps, coatings, or concrete patch blending in order to eliminate safety hazards of current concrete surfaces.
Our team can re-pour walkways, sidewalks, driveways, curbs/ gutters, trench work, asphalt patchwork, and pads.
Whether your job is small residential or large commercial, our team is equipped for asphalt break up, debris removal onsite, haul away, and concrete wall removal.
Slab Sawing: Our team utilizes diesel, electric, and hydraulic slab saws dependent upon job scope and space confinements. Slab sawing is a fast, flexible, and precise tool for metal, steel reinforced concrete, pre-cast concrete, asphalt, and stone. Slab sawing is most commonly utilized for roadways, runways, trenches, suspended or elevated slabs,
Wall Sawing: Track mounted wall sawing provides a precise vertical, horizontal, or any angle cut necessary in a concrete wall. Our team utilizes both electric and hydraulic diamond blades that leave the concrete surface with a smooth finish ready for door or window installations. This method is also commonly utilized for staircases and elevators, mechanical services, pipes, or cabling.
Wire Sawing: When large flat blades cannot accommodate a job, we utilize the diamond wire sawing methods that have the capability to cut any concrete or metal of all sizes.
Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is an advanced technology utilized by trained professionals in order to provide real-time views of the inside of concrete structures. The 2D/3D images produce an on-site structural analysis detecting hidden objects such as rebar, gas lines, electrical conduit, fiber optics, ductwork, and plumbing well before drilling, sawing, or cutting. The technology is capable of even determining concrete aging and the lifespan of concrete structures.