Allied Coring & Demolition removes unwanted concrete! We cut concrete, core holes, saw openings, and break or demolish concrete for large commercial construction projects and homeowners alike throughout Texas and the surrounding States. We do Concrete Cutting all across Texas, with our headquarters located near Dallas Fort Worth. We happily serve West Texas including Abilene, Amarillo, Lubbock, Midland, Odessa and surrounding areas. Over 60% of our business comes from companies that have used us before or from people who have been referred by one of our many happy customers.
When precise circular cuts in concrete are required, we can core holes of virtually any diameter or any depth using the best electrical and hydraulic equipment.
Need openings in concrete walls, maybe for new doors or windows? Our track mounted wall sawing makes cuts of exacting specifications with a clean edge.
When a portion of a slab needs to be removed or replaced, our flat saws and expert operators are ready. Indoor or outdoors, we can cut to a depth of 27″ with our diamond blades.
When a renovation project completes, most people never knew or forget that the project started with some form of demolition. We never forget! In fact, we take pride in our role in renovating hospitals, theaters, office buildings, and national landmarks.
To reduce risk and cost and promote safety, we use the latest ground penetrating radar technology to provide critical information on utilities, materials, and other potential obstructions within, or under existing structures.
Wire sawing provides fast cutting speed, unlimited cutting depth, no vibration, and limited noise. This method of sawing is ideal for cutting mass concrete, reinforced concrete and sections of concrete too large for other methods.
To minimize the risk of random cracking of new concrete slabs, we use specialized blades and machines to cut concrete within hours after concrete is poured and finished and before the final set.
Need to control traffic with sturdy and good-looking bollards? We install any size or style of bollards, coring through any depth of concrete, augering subsurface dirt to sufficient depth to permanently secure the bollard in new concrete.
We provide all the manpower and equipment to pull up slabs, footings, foundations, or parking lots and then input the concrete aggregate into a portable crushing machine, providing recycled base material on site at less cost than hauling it in.
Sure, we are a favorite subcontractor to many of the top commercial contractors in the area. But many homeowners have found themselves in a situation where they have unwanted concrete and turn to us. We know homeowners don’t deal with such issues frequently like our commercial customers do, so we go the extra mile to help homeowners understand their options and the process throughout their project.
As homes age, pool owners are sometimes faced with expensive repairs or renovations that they do not perceive the value in doing. Removing the pool is sometimes the best option to enjoy your yard or sell your house.
Time and the elements can take their toll on your driveway, leaving it cracked and unsightly. As an element of “first impression”, driveways can make all the difference in having friendly neighbors or selling the house.
Maybe you have a wonderful lot with an antiquated building on it, or maybe all or a portion of your homestead needs to be removed to make way for your dream. Let us help you with that dream.
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