With the summer of 2013 approaching, a homeowner in Englishtown, NJ decided to do something about the sunken and settled concrete slabs around his pool. He had been experiencing the issue for over 15 years and wanted to fix it once and for all. The trip hazards were not safe for his small children, but thankfully, Quality Concrete was able to remedy the problem with the PolyLEVEL Polyurethane Injection System. Drilling penny-sized holes in the concrete and injecting the foam lifted the sunken concrete a total of 5 inches back towards its original elevation.
Quality 1st Concrete had a delivery in Manalapan, NJ to pour a concrete floor for a new garage. Our driver arrived on time and was able to back our truck right up to the entrance of the new garage. The concrete was mixed straight in the truck and freshly poured into the garage area. Check out this amazing before and after!
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Job Stories From Englishtown, NJ
Concrete delivery In Englishtown, NJ
Contractors in the Monmouth County area have trusted Quality Concrete for many year to deliver concrete to their job sites. Quality Concrete has mobile mixer trucks that deliver fresh concrete to every job site. One contractor in Englishtown, NJ was looking for 3 yards of concrete to replace a sidewalk. He had seen a Quality Concrete truck on the road before, so he decided to call them to place his order. The contractor spoke to the concrete Coordinator, was very please with the customer service, so he booked the delivery.
Jay, Senior Concrete Specialist, was out to make the delivery. The day of the delivery, Jay called the contractor to introduce himself, and inform him tat he was on his way to the job site. The sidewalk area was all set up when Jay arrived, so he began to mix fresh concrete right at the job site. Mixing the concrete on site offers more flexibility, and better quality for contractors and homeowners. The concrete was poured straight into the sidewalk area. As Jay poured, the crew at the job site floated and finished the concrete. At the end of the delivery, Jay washed the chute to ensure quality at the next delivery. The job was successfully completed, and the contractor was very satisfied with the service provided by the staff at Quality Concrete.