Floor saws are handy things. Probably lots of fun to work with, too… ‘ These are the thoughts going through your head as you stare at your concrete or asphalt driveway that is starting to look like it barely survived an earthquake and the visible cracks have become more than an eyesore: they are now, in fact, a potential safety hazard.
Being the DIY guy that you are, you want to fix your driveway yourself. You’ve never done this sort of thing before but, then again, you also pride yourself on being a fast learner when it comes to fixing things. Besides, hiring people to do this for you will cost a fortune and your budget is tight. Chances are also good that the people you hire to repair your concrete or asphalt driveway for you will opt for a quick fix that won’t last very long. That just won’t do. After all, like your father used to say: ‘If you want something done right, do it yourself’.
So, you’ve started doing research and discovered that the first piece of equipment you’ll need is a floor saw, apowerful cutting tool that can saw through concrete and asphalt. You’ve also read through a couple of online instruction manuals and now have a pretty good idea of how this machine works.
The problem is that this piece of equipment is expensive and buying it is even less of an option than hiring people to take care of the problem. Besides, why would you want to buy a piece of equipment that you’ll probably only use once or twice in your lifetime?