Concrete cutting and removal are not easy. It's heavy, manual labor that should only be performed by experienced techs who have the skills to take care of the job. While smaller household jobs may be accomplished by the average DIYer, there are several reasons why you should hire professional concrete cutting services instead of attempting even medium-size jobs yourself.
Cutting concrete is deceptively dangerous. If you are using the wrong type of blade to cut through concrete, it can send the saw backward and injure the person operating it. Moreover, if you're using the right saw but have it at the wrong setting, or encounter something else in the concrete like a strand of rebar, you could have the same result. Even still, the removal of the concrete can cause major back issues, whereas dropping it on a foot or hand can create a major injury. None of this includes breathing in concrete dust while you're cutting, which can also be dangerous. There are simply so many things that can go wrong with concrete that it's far better to hire it out than take the risk.
One of the main arguments for not hiring a concrete cutting company is that it's cheaper to do it yourself. In reality, the cost of buying (or renting) all the equipment, taking time off work, and cutting out the concrete is much higher than you would simply pay a professional to do the exact same thing. Not to mention the fact that if any part is done incorrectly, you would end up paying someone to come in and fix the job for you, and that's if the faulty job doesn't cause extra damage to any structure that is affected by a bad concrete cutting job. Add it all up, and it's much cheaper to hire a professional.
Concrete cutting is one of those jobs that even devoted DIYers don't attempt. Like most skilled trades, it takes years of experience to complete the job right, instead of simply watching a few videos on Youtube. Companies that offer professional concrete cutting services have apprentices that have spent several months shadowing more experienced workers, in addition to going through extensive training themselves. If something were to go wrong, a concrete cutting company knows how to handle it without making the situation go from bad to worse, so it's always a good idea to hire concrete cutting services to take care of projects like this.
You can reach out to such a service, one like Greene Concrete Cutting Inc, to learn more.