to a new yard.
We'll be opening operation soon!
Please check back with us late July or early August.
Sorry for the inconvenience and we look forward to serving your concrete needs in the near future.
No stress knowing you don't have to be accurate when ordering concrete: you only pay for what you use.
Always Fresh concrete on-site. as needed, on-demand
Small Loads are never a problem and come with no minimum fees.
Allow for customized multiple mixes for different specification onsite, as needed, on demand.
Convenience, we can service projects in very remote areas that require longer drive times.
Pre book for evenings & weekends.
Upwards of 30% savings
Customers typically over order just to ensure they have enough to finish the job; or in some cases, they fall short.
The risk of getting stale concrete loads due to travel time and job delays.
It becomes very expensive to deliver small concrete orders.
Multiple mixes are not possible with traditional ready-mix drum trucks
Needs to be offloaded within 2 hours.
Require thousands of dollars and a minimum order for them to consider accommodating you on evenings or weekends.
You get less service and flexibility and pay a lot more!
How to Book
Dial 1-833-mix-it-4u and speak to one of our friendly team members or email us at [email protected]
Following the booking, we will provide you with a login password to a GPS app that will allow you to track the order in real time to your location.
And after your project is completed, we invite you to kick back with your hands behind your head and enjoy a few proud moments with a smile on your face... and with more money in your pocket!
WHAT IS CONCRETE?
In its simplest form, concrete is a mixture of paste and aggregates (sand & rock). The paste, composed of cement and water, coats the surface of the fine (sand) and coarse aggregates (rocks) and binds them together into a rock-like mass known as concrete.
WHAT IS A MOBILE CONCRETE PLANT?
It’s a volumetric concrete mixer on a truck or trailer that contains concrete ingredient materials and water to be mixed at the job site to produce the exact amount of concrete needed.