From concrete breaking to concrete removal, Edmonton residents trust Champion Concrete Cutting (Edmonton) Inc. for all their demolition needs. Steps, sidewalks, driveways, and patios — we demolish them all! At Champion Concrete Cutting, we use large breakers to make for quick, effective breaks of reinforced concrete for removal. Structures can also be removed by cutting concrete into pieces. This saves time and makes the process less costly for your project. Cutting concrete into pieces also prevents damage, keeping the structural integrity of the remaining concrete intact. Removing the structure section-by-section helps reduce debris and congestion.
At Champion Concrete Cutting (Edmonton) Inc., we do the work at comprehensive rates. We ensure that every project is finished according to your needs and budget.
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The technique of removing concrete may appear to be simple at first. However, you may be forced into paying excessive repair charges and disposal fees if you do not seek the help of professionals. Our skilled technicians are always ready to provide help. We offer a diverse range of services to assure the complete satisfaction of all types of clients in the Edmonton area.
There are several methods of concrete demolition. Below, we detail the various methods that can be used to break, remove, and dispose of concrete, including:
DXR 310 is the most potent remote-controlled flexible telescopic arm, which can produce a power of 22 KW. Our new remote-controlled demolition robot has a long reach of 5.5m up, and 5.2m forward and is also highly maneuverable. This machine is efficient in tackling indoor and outdoor demolition projects, as well as small excavation projects. It works effectively in a demanding environment because it uses only hydraulics and electricity; the DXR 310 is safe to use indoors and creates no harmful fumes for the workers and the surrounding environment.
The DXR 310 can also be used in dusty environments, such as metal processing plants. It has enhanced cooling and heat protection, enabling us to work in ambient temperature and high radiation heat. At just 31 inches wide, the DXR 310 can also pass through conventional doorways, climb stairs, operate on uneven surfaces and near walls. With its 13-foot telescopic boom and stabilizing outriggers, the DXR 310 is perfect for: