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Frequently Asked Questions:

How much notice is required for scheduling a curb cut?
Typically a 48 hour notice is sufficient and appreciated.

What are the cost- savings associated with curb-sawing?
This process saves not only on concrete, but also the labor needed for breaking out and reforming of the front edge of a driveway opening.  Above all, homeowner complaints and warranty claims associated with damaged driveway fronts are virtually eliminated.

What kind of preparation is required?
The curb must be accessible from the street.  Our machine requires 8 feet beyond both ends of the driveway cut for maneuverability.

At what point in the building process do we call Georgia Curb Cut?
After the sheetrock is up and finished, the driveway is normally one of the next steps to be scheduled. The curb can be cut either before or after the grading is done for the driveway. However, in order to protect the finished cut surface, customers often prefer to do their grading before the curb cutting is done.

How long does it take to cut a driveway opening?
Generally, it takes 30 to 45 minutes to cut and finish a standard driveway opening. We are in and out in no time!

What is done with the waste concrete?
The waste is left at the jobsite. Keep in mind that the amount of waste is reduced to one quarter the amount that is typically generated by the breakout method.

 

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