Concrete & Slurry Removal

Concrete & Slurry Removal from Cut It Out - Concrete Sawing & Core Drilling

By: Cut It Out - Concrete Sawing & Core Drilling  23-Feb-2016
Keywords: Business, Concrete, Drilling Contractors

Application: -Slurry is removed by using a large Wet Vacuum that cleans up the working area. If high volumes of slurry is required to be removed from site then large portable bins are used that are then transported the appropriate disposing facility. -The removing and disposing of concrete, bricks or any other masonary that has been cut during the job can also be arranged to save you the hard work of loading it all into a skip or trailer yourself then unloading it again at a waste facility. Locations Serviced: -Northern NSW; Tweed, Ballina, Byron Bay, Lennox Heads -Gold Coast & Hinterlands -Brisbane CBD, Brisbane North, Brisbane South, and Brisbane outer suburbs -Sunshine Coast Note: If you are in an other location to the ones listed above, please do not hesitate to contact us and we can look at coming to you or recommend another contractor. Why not Contact Us to discuss your needs further: 07 5606 6173

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