Architectural Cutting is used for when you want to create a saw cut pattern on a pathway, driveway or maybe patio areas. Architectural cutting can completely change the look of an area from a plain concrete slab to a design that stands out without the added expense of colour. Expansion/Control joints are cut into the concrete or asphalt. The joints are cut into the structure at regular intervals to allow cracking to occur in a controlled fashion.
Architectural Cutting and Expansion/Control joints are most commonly cut using:
- Road Saw for large jobs and/or Hand Saws for smaller jobs with limited access
Generally the depth of these cuts are between 20 to 30 mm deep
- Northern NSW; Tweed, Ballina, Byron Bay, Lennox Heads
- Gold Coast & Hinterlands
- Brisbane CBD, Brisbane North, Brisbane South, and Brisbane outer suburbs