The 8 Best Concrete Saws
This wiki has been updated 11 times since it was first published in March of 2019. Whether you're trying to slice your way through big stone slabs to create a level surface or a base for flooring, or you simply need to make some decorative cuts in a fixture, one of these concrete saws is sure to get the job done. We've included models in a variety of sizes and intended for various uses, ranked here by their relative power, dust management, safety features, and durability. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.
April 05, 2019:
With the wide variety of sizes available in this category, it'd be a mistake for us to just stack the top of the selection with the biggest models and have them get progressively smaller as you go down the ranking. Instead, we tried to think about relative power and versatility, which led us to choose the Husqvarna K760 II as our number one. It combines too many excellent features with too much power to be ignored, and its size puts it in the sweet spot for both professional and amateur use. The most capable pro model on our list is likely the Skilsaw model at number two, but the likelihood that it would find as much use among regular homeowners as the Husq model might kept it from number one.
Elsewhere, the model from Evolution Power Tools is a nice entry-level option for budding masons, but it stayed toward the back of our list mainly due to a lack of durability over years of use.