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About Our Concrete Cutting Company

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TEXAS CUTTING AND CORING HISTORY

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Founded In 1997, Texas Curb Cut (Owners Tim and Charlynn Anger) spent months in the San Antonio market trying to convince home builders that we could save them “time and money” by allowing Texas Curb Cut to cut their curb vs. paying to have the curb and gutter pulled and re poured.

We literally couldn’t “give” away a cut… Discouraged, we pressed on. We knocked on doors, stopped by job sites and even met with city officials. It seemed change wasn’t going to be easy, especially when it dealt with changing the whole mind set of an industry.

Persistence paid off. It took convincing “one” company to allow us to cut one curb that would forever change the way curbs are formed in Texas.

Within 6 months, our customer base began to grow and so did the need for more curb machines. We soon found ourselves building curb machines at night and cutting curbs during the day.

Soon requests for other concrete services like “core drilling, flat sawing, wall sawing and “concrete removal” began coming in … Texas Cutting & Coring was formed.

Our development of new equipment and reputation for timely, professional work allowed for the continued growth. In 1998, the company expanded operations by adding a location in Austin, Texas. The company continued to expand its workforce.

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In 2004, Matt Didier was brought on as a business partner. Matt brought with him 5 years at “Hard Rock Concrete Cutters” and 8 years with Diamond “B”. His years of experience and knowledge working in the concrete sawing industry have helped to shape the direction of the company.

We soon added 2 additional divisions; Texas Concrete Sealing (4/2008) and Texas  Concrete Scanning (10/2009).

Texas Curb Cut / Texas Cutting & Coring and its divisions make us the most equipped and versatile concrete cutting, demolition contractor in the state of Texas.

ONE COMPANY – 4 DIVISIONS… WE’VE GOT YOU COVERED!

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