6 Uses forConcrete Grinding or Cutting
In Home Improvement
Concrete Grooving/Grinding
• Unlikely as it seems, grinding and grooving
concrete is a great way to save money on
replacin...
Concrete Cutting
• You can also use a
concrete cutter or
concrete cutting
service to improve
your home!
• This will help y...
#1 Grinding Your Driveway
• Grinding may be
necessary to give your
driveway the traction it
needs without
completely repla...
#2 Downsizing Your Driveway
• If you want to make your driveway smaller
for some reason, you can cut away the most
inessen...
#3 Removing Old Walkways
• Get rid of less
attractive walkways
by cutting them out
and replacing them
with bricks or
stepp...
#4 Creating Egress Windows
• This a great project if
you need more
natural light in your
basement.
• Make sure to hire out...
#5 Changing Up Your Patio
• Try cutting off portions of your concrete
patio to give it a different look.
• If you want a l...
#6 Garage Remodel
• If your garage floor is
made of concrete, it
will need
maintenance.
• Grind it or groove it
for tracti...
Get Help on Your Project!
• Get help from professionals that are
experienced working with concrete.
• A-Core can help, no ...
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6 Uses for Concrete Grinding or Cutting in Home Improvement

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6 Uses for Concrete Grinding or Cutting in Home Improvement

  1. 1. 6 Uses forConcrete Grinding or Cutting In Home Improvement
  2. 2. Concrete Grooving/Grinding • Unlikely as it seems, grinding and grooving concrete is a great way to save money on replacing worn concrete. • Concrete grinding and grooving provide greater traction, placing grooves in concrete that has been smoothed by the elements.
  3. 3. Concrete Cutting • You can also use a concrete cutter or concrete cutting service to improve your home! • This will help you to get rid of superfluous concrete in your home.
  4. 4. #1 Grinding Your Driveway • Grinding may be necessary to give your driveway the traction it needs without completely replacing it. • This can be a DIY or hired out. • If you DIY, keep the surface even. • Make sure you have help.
  5. 5. #2 Downsizing Your Driveway • If you want to make your driveway smaller for some reason, you can cut away the most inessential portions. • If you DIY, make sure you have a way of getting the excess concrete to the dump. • Make measurements on the depth of the concrete. • Don’t overdo it! It’s easy to cut away excess concrete, but more difficult to put it back.
  6. 6. #3 Removing Old Walkways • Get rid of less attractive walkways by cutting them out and replacing them with bricks or stepping stones. • Or add value by treating the walkway with some color or texture.
  7. 7. #4 Creating Egress Windows • This a great project if you need more natural light in your basement. • Make sure to hire out professionally for this kind of work. • It’s all too easy to mess with your home’s foundations or hit a pipeline.
  8. 8. #5 Changing Up Your Patio • Try cutting off portions of your concrete patio to give it a different look. • If you want a larger garden space, you can downsize your patio. • You can also grind your patio so that it has a better surface for kids playing in water during the summer.
  9. 9. #6 Garage Remodel • If your garage floor is made of concrete, it will need maintenance. • Grind it or groove it for traction. • You may need to cut portions of it if you have a remodel that extends to your garage.
  10. 10. Get Help on Your Project! • Get help from professionals that are experienced working with concrete. • A-Core can help, no matter the size of the project. • Call or contact us today for a free quote.

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