A series of interlinked diamond drilled holes to enable a wall, opening or structure to be removed.
Stitch drilling is perfect for where a saw cannot be employed to create an opening or remove a structure or if the opening is irregular shaped. It can be used in any thickness of walls and floors and be any size or shape. Stitch drilling is carried out in a controlled method by diamond drilling a series of interlinked holes to enable the wall, opening or structure to be removed.
Holes are drilled horizontal, vertical or at an angle with diamond tipped barrels attached to a drill motor and can be hand held or mounted to a rig. Water is used during the drilling process, water will be controlled where the environment cannot be contaminated with water.