To determine the amount of concrete required for flatwork, multiply the Length (in feet) x Width (in feet) x Depth (in inches) and divide by 324. The resulting quotient indicates the needed yardage.
At a depth of 4", one yard of concrete will cover 9' x 9' area or an 8' x 10' area.
A single yard of concrete weighs roughly two tons (4,000 lbs.)
We deliver any quantity you need, whether it is ¼ yard or multiple truckloads. When distant projects require multiple trucks, we set up a staging area near the project.
Call us! We have a line pump to suit most projects, otherwise we will coordinate the proper pump for your needs, big or small.
Put simply, the concrete is concrete made on site until the job is done as fresh as can be.
Salem Mobile Mix has a unique delivery system that uses a meter to measure the amount of concrete that comes off the truck. This allows our customers to order as little as a yard to multiple truck loads without any worry about having too little or too much concrete. As a result, if you underestimate your order, we should have the additional yard or so on board.
The primary difference is that our concrete is mixed on site, therefore it is more fresh. This allows more time to finish the concrete. Barrel trucks curing process is already underway during their travel time to your job. This may minimize the available finishing time and in some cases, it requires extra water or admixes to maintain concrete with enough fluidity for pouring. This may reduce its strength and shorten the finish time of your concrete.
Yes. We don not have a minimum order, nor do we charge a short load fee. Our pricing structure is a graduated scale and decreases per yard price as the concrete yard quantity increases.