A Construction Business That Can Be Counted On

The most important thing in a site utility business is reliability and punctuality. Since a lot of projects can’t move forward until utilities have been installed, I have relied on Tiger Trenching for the past 30 years to get the job done.


2051 Holly Ave, Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403 (928) 453-1755 Mail us n.rodriguez@tigertrenching.com

Concrete Cutting

Concrete Cutting

Tiger Trenching has become one of the most trusted providers of concrete cutting services in Mohave County. We offer an extensive range of cutting options to help customers both residential to commercial.

When your operator arrives on the site, you’ll find that you’ve just gained a trusted partner who will assuredly add value to your project. Whether it’s a quick couple of cuts or you’re cutting up a whole parking lot, your operator is always prepared. Our trucks come fully equipped with everything needed to ensure the job gets done right. Operators always have a range of blades in a multitude of sizes and can provide their own water, power, and slurry removal if need be.


Flat Sawing

Flat sawing (also called slab sawing) is a process that cuts the upper portion of existing concrete to an even, flat plane. The procedure can be used to level out damaged pavement, provide control joints, or lay underground wires and pipes.

With our flat saws, we can cut anywhere from 0-26 inches deep through both asphalt and concrete. Our saws cut with horsepower at an output of 44 to 90 hp. with a max speed of 15000 rpm.

Wall Sawing

We commonly use concrete wall sawing methods to make precise cuts in vertical or horizontal concrete slabs. Common applications include: creating wall and doorway openings, tunnel and dam work, bridge modifications and industrial silo openings. Additional applications for wall cutting are for ventilation purposes, like creating new windows and HVAC openings.

Generally used for HVAC openings, doorway openings, and et cetera, our wall saws are precise. They can be operated remotely and can cut anywhere from 25-33 inches deep without overcuts, which is especially useful in large jobs like nuclear power plants or a dams where the concrete is extremely thick and otherwise difficult to penetrate.

Wire Cutting

Sometimes, concrete structures are too large or awkward to accommodate traditional concrete saw cutting; the material might be too tough, or there may be limitations on work space and time. In these situations, our diamond wire cutting technique often provides an ideal money saving solution.

We use wire cutters when our other saws aren’t the best option for the job. Our wire cutters use pulley system that pulls our diamond-infused wire and subsequently cuts whatever we need it to. Generally, we would wrap the wire around a pipe or box in order to cut it, and if we can wrap the wire around an object, it can be cut.

Hand Sawing

A hand held saw with a diamond blade gives greater flexibility and options to complete projects with restricted access. The hand saw can be powered by a gas engine, electric, or hydraulic depending upon the specific needs and scope of the project.

We utilize a variety of handsaws ranging from electric, gas, and hydraulic powered. Primarily used for small spaces, corners, and small openings, we use handsaws generally inside to cut concrete at slabs around 14 x 14 and 16 x 16.