Coach's Corner - Fix Ravelled Concrete Joints Cuts

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Ravelled early-entry concrete joints are a nightmare for concrete contractors. When relief joints are poorly executed and become ravelled, they fail to effectively mitigate stresses, leading to an increased likelihood of unsightly surface cracks and potential structural issues.

The Husqvarna Soff-Cut 150D can help restore ravelled soff-cut joints and give them a clean, bevelled edge. Check out a breakdown of why joints ravell, the importance of fixing ravelled concrete joints, and how the Husqvarna x150D can help.


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