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Some of the models available require that the user push the machine to have it move forward and cut through the concrete. However, there are also self-propelled machines that you walk behind. The push models require more physicality to use, but they are still able to cut through concrete quickly and accurately. Both of these could be a good option for large jobs, but it is up to the contractor to determine which one will suit their needs and the space the best.
One of the first things to consider when choosing a rental or lease saw is whether you want the push or self-propelled option. You also have to think about the type of power source the saw requires, and the size of the machine. Depending on the space you have available in the work area, you may need to choose a somewhat smaller saw. Fortunately, even many of today’s smaller and lightweight models are powerful and should make short work of the concrete you need to cut.
It is also important to check all of the features and options available with the various saws you are considering. This will ensure that you are getting the model that’s best for your particular needs.
Walk-behind Concrete Saw Manufacturers
You can find quite a few manufacturers making these walk-behind concrete saws. Some of the top options available come from manufacturers such as Edco, Husqvarna, Core Cut, Multiquip, CS Unitec, Norton, and Bartell. Take the time to look at the various options and find the walk-behind concrete saw that is right for you.