Please select the shape of your project and then enter in the dimensions to be provided with an estimate of the amount of ready mix you need.
Used widely in the construction industry for non-reinforced foundations.
Used widley in the construction industry for non-reinforced foundations and slab bases for houses and extensions.
Similar to a C25, an ST2 mix is a versatile mix for non-structural applications.
10 Newtons strength after 28 days of curing.
Blinding - for Internal Floors
Filling around fence posts
Over 78 plants across the UK with highly skilled operational teams that can support any project and ensure great end results.
All our products are thoroughly tested to ensure continued performance in strength, durability and additional properties.
Passionate about reducing our carbon footprint, we over carbon reduction alternatives and carbon offsetting facilities.
With consistent great customer feedback we always aim to deliver to time and meet your needs with possible same day deliveries on request.
You can not see into the concrete mixer drum but our drivers will be happy to run a small amount of concrete down the lorry shoot so you can have a quick look at the consistency. Please be mindful this is only possible if you are offloading the truck as a 'straight tip' into an area or you place a wheelbarrow under the shoot to catch the test concrete. Read our how-to on the day of delivery for more information.
It's simple, 'SLUMP' means the consistency of the concrete mix before it sets. Consistency ranges from dry to wet concrete. The lower the slump number the drier the concrete. We supply concrete in four slump classes: S1, S2, S3, S4. Dry concrete mix = S1 and a fluid wet mix = S4. You will need to select the correct slump to ensure easy placement of your concrete depending on where and how the concrete is being placed and for what purpose. Check out our blog on slumps for more information.
We will always do our best to deliver your concrete all in weather conditions. However please be mindful that some products may not be suitable to lay in conditions below 5 degrees and over 30 degrees. It is best you keep an eye on the forecast and speak to a member of our sales or technical team via our online chat or contact us if you are unsure.
Yes, we welcome customers to collect from our plants. The enquiry page will advise you as to which of our plants will be your nearest for collection. Please note, you can only collect concrete using certain types of vehicles due to the loading process and the weight restrictions. Please see our Guide to Collecting Concrete for more information.
There is always a risk with regards to health & safety when handling concrete. To ensure the safety of the people involved, no matter the size or location of the job, we strongly recommend you take the time to read our concrete Health & Safety datasheet and the information on our guide to Handling Concrete Safely, including our Health & Safety Video.
Exposure to wet concrete can result in skin irritation or even first, second- or third-degree chemical burns. It is important to always wear full PPE. If your skin comes into contact with wet concrete wash with water immediately and seek medical advice. Read our H&S guidance for further support.
Always stay aware of your surroundings and others
Wearing the right clothing to handle concrete is highly important and essential for your safety. You may be refused on site without the correct PPE with you. Minimum levels of correct PPE should be worn by everyone involved in the laying of the concrete delivery.
All should be worn to prevent any splashes getting on to the skin, face or eyes.
DO NOT WEAR SHORTS, SHORT SLEEVED TOPS OR OPEN SHOES LIKE FLIP FLOPS
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