Concrete grinding and concrete cutting are two common techniques used for an assortment of concrete applications. As a result, some people tend to confuse the two and use the terms interchangeably assuming that they mean the same thing. Although both methods are viable ways to enhance or transform the appearance of concrete, their goals are distinctly different. So how can you differentiate between concrete grinding and concrete cutting?
This type o concrete removal technique function to eliminate any irregularities that may be on the surface of your concrete. These imperfections may come about for a broad range of reasons ranging from improper construction, eventual settling of the concrete or even simply wear and tear from heavy traffic. The grinding process creates a smooth texture on the surface, making your concrete more visually appealing. A few of the advantages of choosing concrete grinding include:
This type of concrete removal makes use of specialised equipment to cut away your concrete surface. Concrete cutting is especially ideal I the surface you are working on requires precise removal such as when improving one area of your driveway, installing water lines and more. However, you can also make use of concrete cutting in tandem with other projects for instance during excavation, and you need to eliminate the top layer of the concrete to start digging into the ground. Some of the different types of concrete cutting procedures that you could engage in include:
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