SERVICES

 

At C R Core Drilling, our overall aim is to conduct a service that is first class in every aspect.

Our operatives hold a wide range of skills and keep calm under pressure when needing to adapt to changing circumstances.

We pride ourselves on our attention to detail, time management, punctuality and working together as a team with our clients.

We will always visit the location of works to be conducted (where possible) to discuss your requirements and offering alternative methods of conducting the works that maybe more cost effective or simply be less time consuming enabling your project to move along that much quicker.

Our services are not only for the Construction and Civil Engineering Industry we are available to all who need our services.  

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Diamond Drilling

We offer a range of drilling services  from Stitch Drilling, Standard Drilling, Inverted Drilling, Horizontal Drilling and Angled Drilling.

Sizes that we offer range from 14mmØ up to 600mmØ, larger sizes are available upon request.

Diamond Drilling is a quiet, less disruptive method of a non-percussive solution to forming holes and openings.  There are two methods of diamond drilling Wet or Dry, wet drilling requires the use of water to cool the diamond segments, it also creates little dust while dry drilling can create a very dusty environment.

The end result with either method is clean, precise and accurate.  

Sawing

There are several methods of sawing that  we undertake to create openings into floors and walls.  We offer a wide range of sawing methods including Track Sawing, Pram Sawing, Hand Sawing, Floor Sawing (Petrol/Diesel/3 Phase) and Cut-Off Sawing.

 

​Sawing provides an accurate straight line into Reinforced Concrete, Concrete, Asphalt and Masonry.  Typically used to form door openings, window openings, lift shaft openings, service channels and reducing wall heights.  A cost effective method of forming these types of openings.

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Chasing

We provide chasing services into walls and floors of various lengths and depths.

Chasing is commonly used to conceal conduit and piping.

 

A chase is formed by cutting two parallel lines into the wall or floor, before gently breaking out to form the channel.​

 

It is relatively dust free due to dust extraction units fitted to equipment.