Track Sawing/Wall Sawing
We’re the first choice for track and wall sawing services in Nottingham and across the UK
Track sawing (also known as wall sawing) is one of the most precise ways to cut holes into hardened concrete materials. It’s ideal for creating doorways on vertical or steep angles and, since they can be remotely operated, it’s one of the safest concrete sawing methods available, too.
Concrete removal specialists with over two decades of experience in the industry
Based in Nottingham and offering our services for the whole of the UK, our team of concrete demolition specialists are here to help you. We’ve dedicated our business to providing prompt, effective and reliable services at extremely competitive prices.
- Years of experience means we know how to finish the job properly
- All our staff are qualified with CSCS
- Free assessments on every job
- We’ll provide a competitive quote, regardless of the work needed
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What is track sawing?
Track sawing is an extremely accurate way of cutting a clean, even hole into hard materials such as concrete, granite, brick or other types of stone. The saw is attached to a guiding rail, which is then secured to a wall. The tracking saw then cuts the line along the guiding rail, giving a precise, straight cut.
Track sawing is ideal for creating doorways, areas for stairs, and elevator shaft openings without requiring heavy machinery, or relying on handheld tools that can be prone to errors. Also, since there’s no percussive force being applied, there’s no risk of damage to surrounding building materials.
The track saw also uses water jets to collect any dangerous concrete dust. As the saw can run off both hydraulic and electric power, there are no fumes given off. This makes it an ideal choice for cutting hard materials both inside and outside of buildings.
Track sawing is the right way to create openings in reinforced concrete and other hard rock. Get our specialists on the job. Call SACC Services now on 0115 977 0800