Michigan Core Drilling Service
At American Pavement Sawing of Michigan, we’re experienced, professional core drillers, bringing to each project not only expertise but also the necessary equipment to make sure your project is done efficiently and correctly. We’re based in the suburbs of Detroit and work with clients throughout Michigan and neighboring states to meet their core drilling needs.
Core drilling is the process of removing material in the shape of a cylinder using a specific hollow drill. The process is used in construction as well as mining, and engineering. We can use our core drills to cut holes in materials and extract materials if they need to be studied. Core drilling is the safest and most effective way to drill through concrete. Core drilling applications are found in plumbing, HVAC and structural testing, electrical work, draining, and more.
In construction projects, core drilling is used for municipal and commercial projects, interior renovations, and also in the building of apartment buildings and even bridges. We work across industries, partnering with clients on their commercial projects.
Michigan Core Drilling Services
The edge that we have over our competition hinges on our service. Our company prides itself on arriving to the the job quickly. We run multiple drills in order to give our customers the quickest production. In addition to that, we provide core drilling services from different angles, upside down and through many different types of hard material.
How It Works
You can count on receiving both quality and professionalism from our company. American Pavement Sawing proudly provides high quality work and fast response times to calls and jobs. Because of this, we do not require any tools or supplies from our customers. Different than our competition, we provide our own water and power supplies.
When it comes to renovation, remodeling, and construction, the success of the project often relies on core drilling. A core drill is a special tool that drills holes in strong building materials like masonry work and concrete. This device drills precise holes to give access to different areas of the project that otherwise hard to access.
Core drills drill at many different depths and angles which makes them a great option for builders.
Our company cores for excavating companies in manholes, fence contractors, bollard post installation, utility detection, mechanical lines, dryer vents, signposts, and etc.
The equipment we use for our core drilling services includes both electric and hydraulic drill motors. This equipment allows us to drill holes anywhere from 7/8” to 48” in diameter. We can also core drill to any depth.
If there are specification to your job that may seem challenging, our experience allows us to execute the job properly.With the ability to drill up to 48” diameter or stitch drill or wire saw larger diameters, the depth that we can saw is unlimited with core drilling.
Finally, we can core inside or outside. From different angles, upside down. American Pavement Sawing can drill through all hard materials, stone, granite, marble, concrete, asphalt, brick, block, fire brick and more.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What’s a core drill used for?
A core drill can be used for various purposes, including extracting a material to be examined. In construction and similar applications, core drills are used for installing ventilation, heating, and air systems, creating passages for plumbing or drainage pipes, creating spaces for electrical wiring, and more.
Can you core drill through rebar?
A core drill can easily cut through rebar, so holes can go in the best positions. It is more complicated to drill through rebar, which is why you should work with an experienced service provider.
Can you core drill at an angle?
A core drill can work at an angle, which we’re experienced with.
How long does core drilling take?
Core drilling is a project that widely varies in scope and how long it takes. The process involves setup and leveling, as well as cleanup. The cutting might take just a couple of hours, but for the entire process to be complete, it can take around ten hours.