Precise, clean, dust-free cuts for custom work and more.
Concrete Chain & Hand Sawing Service
FMG’s concrete chain sawing eradicates the over-cutting of corners, resulting in precise, flush cuts to finish your job. Chain saws can cut up to 36″deep. Depending on the application, our concrete hand sawing can be done with hydraulic, electric or gas equipment for those hard to reach, or limited access areas, that prohibit the use of larger cutting equipment. Hand saws can cut up to 8″ deep in a floor or wall.
Because all hand sawing jobs are unique, our trucks carry everything our team may need to take care of any job that may come our way.
Jobs of Any Size
For a small touchup, elimination of overcutting or a large-scale hand-sawing job, our team is ready. Our trucks are stocked with any saw we may need for your project.
- Depth- Chain Sawup to 36” deep
- Depth- Hand Sawup to 16" deep
- Type of CutStraight, Adjacent flush cut
- Materials CutConcrete, Rebar, Block
- Powered ByElectric, Hydraulic
- Dust FreeYes
- Cut Flush to Adjacent Surface?Yes
- Best For:Custom work
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, we are a 24/7 premium service company.
We routinely service southeastern Michigan, Lansing, Saginaw, and Jackson, but we’ll travel just about anywhere in the state of Michigan and to parts of Ohio. Call our sales team for more details.
Yes. We service residential, commercial, and industrial customers.
Typically, depending on the season, we can give you same-day or next-day service. Special equipment may affect service times, so please call for additional details.
Yes. There are three options to eliminate overcuts:
1. A combination of handsaws and chainsaws. This method is fastest but far more labor-intensive, requiring special equipment and increased cost.
2. Ribbon-cutting is a process in which we perform a series of cuts in the same direction. The cuts are only a few inches apart from one another and made at partial depth. This is more cost-effective and efficient, but you’ll need to have the ability to chip the concrete. This process is also used to reduce risk and danger when cutting concrete where plumbing or conduit is in or below the slab.
3. Double cutting is a process in which a second cut is performed around the border of the slab and can be snapped off, allowing the middle pieces to be pulled free without damaging the adjacent slab. This requires a limited amount of chipping in the corners and is the most popular and least expensive technique.