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Frequently asked questions

Yes, we do have minimum charges. The type of work and the distance we need to travel to the job dictates the minimum charge.

When placing an order you will be required to provide us with a credit card and billing information to secure a spot on our schedule. You may also come in and prepay for your project. You can also establish an accout with us by filling out a business credit application. Your terms will be determined based on your business credit report.

Good question. The diamond blades and bits that Texas Curb Cut uses are for professional cutters only. The products we get are not available to the public because the public does not have the professional equipment we do.

Yes. We are equipped to cut anything that has to do with concrete. We cut other materials too. Stone, brick, CMU, steel, hadite block, and more.

Absolutely. Many of our customers require that we be on their jobs very early in the morning, at night after other workers leave the work area, or on weekends when no one is around. We do our best to meet your needs for every circumstance.

Yes. Our company goes over a very detailed safety program prior to hiring a new employee and we are committed to keeping them well informed and safe.

All of our employees are OSHA 10 trained. Different employees are trained and/or certified in their specific area. We have a safety officer, who keeps up to date with the latest safety issues/topics. We have a company “safety meeting” once a week in which we keep our guys current on whats going on in our local construction fields.

You can refer to the “services” page of our website to see all of the services we provide.

Check with your local authorities on permitting.

This depends on the time of year and how busy we are. We are able to get to most jobs within two to three days. If you have something pressing or urgent, we will do our best to accommodate your needs.

The amount of time it takes to complete a job differs greatly from job to job. There are many factors that will dictate how long the completion of the job will take.

Prices differ greatly from job to job. We will go over all the factors and job details with you to give you the most accurate price possible.

All of our trucks leave the yard every day with the power source required to perform the work on their job list. There may be times when using “house power” will be more effective.

It depends on what equipment the job can support. If we are cutting inside of a building with an electric flat saw we can cut to 15” depth. If we are cutting outside with diesel-powered equipment, we can cut to a max depth of 27”. If a depth of greater than 27” is required we can get the desired depth by chipping it out.

We have up to a 62” drill bit on site at our shop. We can get up to a 70” hole by special order.

Most of our trucks carry up to 300 gallons of water.


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