How to Cut Control Joints in Concrete with a Cut-off Saw, by ConcreteNetwork.com

How to Cut Safely with a Diamond Blade and Handheld Saw

We’ve shown you how control joints in concrete work. Now we’re going to show you how to make them with cut-off saws.

You can make these cuts with walk-behind or early entry saws, of course. However, some surfaces like stamped and other decorative concretes demand smaller cut-off saws, according to Bob Harris of the Decorative Concrete Institute. This video from ConcreteNetwork.com shows you how to do cut control joints in these surfaces with these saws. Watch it now, and let us know what you think in the comments section.

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