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Ready-Mixed Concrete:
Tips and Tools

Do you know how much concrete you need?

Have you secured the tools and materials you need in preparation for your concrete pour?

Do you know what you might encounter when placing concrete in hot weather? Do you know how to prevent cracking or shrinkage?

Before placing your order, please use our concrete calculator
to estimate the cubic yards required for your job.

Calculator

ESTIMATE THE CONCRETE YOU NEED

Use our concrete calculator

Placing Your Concrete Order

Many of our customers are interested in opening a credit account to be able to seamlessly do business with us. Such established business relationships help both sides to perform better in terms of reaching their goals. To complete a credit application please view the link below.

Talk to our team members if you wish to pay by cash, check or credit card.

Credit Application

Concrete Building Supplies

We are pleased to partner with Westside Concrete Materials to provide you easy access to critical supplies you or your contractor may need for your concrete placement. With four convenient stores in the Bay Area, Westside Concrete Materials offers more than 3,000 products for the concrete contractor, as well as the homeowner. Products include: lumber, rebar, ADA products, bag products (concrete & grout), sealers & cures, power tools and hand tools, rentals (such as concrete stamps) and much more.

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Concrete Placement Tips

View 40+ valuable documents produced by the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA) on such topics as How to Avoid Curling, Hot Weather Concreting, Finishing Concrete Flatwork, How to Avoid Concrete Blisters. These resources are available at our partner’s site, Westside Concrete Materials.