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Concrete Poured on Driveway in Elizabeth NJ

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A contractor in Elizabeth, NJ, was looking for a concrete company to pour the driveway for a customer. The contractor found Quality 1st Concrete on the internet and decided to give us a call. Our concrete driver, Carlos, came out to the job site to pour freshly mixed concrete for the crew. The Contractor was very pleased with the service we provided and was looking forward to using us in the future.

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Concrete Delivery In Irvington, NJ

A contractor in Irvington NJ, was pouring a driveway for one of his customers, and needed concrete to be delivered. He called a few companies looking for prices and availability. He came across Quality Concrete and contacted them to get a quote. The contractor was looking for about 14 yards to be delivered. He was not able to pour all 14 yards at the same time and needed the delivery to be split into two. He needed 7 yards with the first truck, and another 7 yards with the second truck. The Concrete Coordinator at Quality Concrete assured him that this would not be a problem, and scheduled both deliveries for him. 

Carlos, Senior Concrete Specialist, was in charge of making the delivery. He loaded his truck the night before to make sure everything was set for the next morning. The day of the delivery, Carlos contacted the contractor to introduce himself  , and inform him that he was on his way to the job site. Carlos arrived, and the area was ready for him to start pouring. Fresh concrete was made right there and then for the contractor. The chute was placed right over the driveway area and covered it with concrete.  The contractor needed some time between the first and second truck to perform the finishing, so Carlos was able to drive back to the yard to reload, and bring the second delivery to Irvington, NJ. 14 yards of 4500 PSI concrete were successfully delivered. The contractor was able to remit payment directly to the driver using his credit card. The pour went well, and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by the Quality Concrete team. 

Concrete Delivery In Irvington, NJ

A contractor in Irvington, NJ was pouring a patio in the back of a customer's home, and needed about 20 yards of 4000 PSI concrete to be delivered. He needed 3/8th stone because he was pumping the concrete. He contacted Quality Concrete and spoke to the Concrete Coordinator. The contractor explained what he needed for the pour, and the coordinator assured him that getting the concrete delivered with the 3/8th stone would not be a problem. The contractor had already made arrangements with a pumping company and was set for the delivery. 

Carlos, Senior Concrete Specialist, was out to deliver the first 10 yards. Carlos contacted the contractor to introduce himself, and informed him that he was on his way to the job site. When Carlos arrived, the pumping company and the crew working at the property were there ready to start the pour. Fresh concrete was mixed right at the job site, and poured into the pump. About an hour after the pour started, Sean, the Field Supervisor, arrived with the second delivery. 20 yards of 4000 PSI were successfully delivered and pumped to the back of the customer's house. All the concrete was taken out of the truck in a timely manner, and the contractor was able to pay the drivers directly at the end of the pour. The contractor was extreme satisfied with the service provided by the Quality Concrete team, and the customer was very happy with their new patio. 

Pouring A Curb In Irvington, NJ

A Contractor in Irvington, NJ was pouring a curb for one of his customers and was looking for about 3 yards of concrete to be delivered. The contractor's partner had used Quality Concrete before, so he referred him to them. When the contractor called, the Concrete Coordinator gave him all the information and pricing he needed. He was very pleased with the customer service, so he went ahead and scheduled the pour. 

Sean, the Field Supervisor, was in charge of making the delivery. The day of the delivery he loaded his truck, and made sure to contact the contractor before he left the concrete plant to inform him that he was on his way to the job site. When Sean arrived, he got out of the truck and introduced himself. The crew at the site was ready to pour, so Sean began to mix fresh concrete right there and then. Mixing the concrete on site offers more flexibility and better quality for contractors and homeowners. The concrete was taken out of the truck in a timely manner. After the pour was completed, the chute was washed out to make sure it was ready to be used at the next delivery. Payment was made easy for the contractor. He was able to remit payment directly to the driver using his credit card. Two yards of 3500 PSI were successfully delivered, and the contractor was extremely pleased with the service provided by Quality Concrete. 

Small Concrete Delivery In Livingston, NJ

A contractor in Livingston, NJ was pouring a small sidewalk and needed concrete delivered. He was having difficulty finding a company that would make small concrete deliveries. He searched the web and came across the Quality Concrete website. He read about their services and decided to give them a call. When he contacted their office, the Concrete coordinator informed him that making the delivery would not be a problem. She collected all the information needed to make the delivery and got him on the calendar. 

Jay, Senior Concrete Specialist, was in charge of making the delivery. Before Jay left the concrete plant, he contacted the contractor to inform him that he was on his way to the job site. Once at the site, Jay was able to park right in front of the framed out sidewalk. He got out of the truck and began to mix fresh concrete right there and then. The concrete chute was placed right above the sidewalk area and the concrete was poured directly into it. As the concrete was being poured, the crew at the site took care of floating and finishing the concrete. All the concrete was taken out in a timely manner and no wheel barrows were needed. The chute was rinsed and washed out to ensure quality at the next delivery. At the end of the pour the contractor was able to pay the driver directly using his credit card. The job was successfully completed, and the contractor was very pleased with the outstanding service provided by Quality Concrete. 

Concrete Delivery In Newark, NJ

A Contractor in Newark, NJ was pouring fence posts for one of his customers and needed concrete to be delivered. He needed the truck to stay there for a few hours because it was a slow pour. He contacted a few companies to get quotes and came across Quality Concrete. He spoke to the Field Supervisor, like the price he was quoted, and scheduled the delivery. 

Carlos, Senior Concrete Specialist, was in charge of making the delivery. He loaded his truck and contacted the contractor before he left the concrete plant to inform him that he was on his way to the job site. Once at the site, Carlos got out of the truck to introduce himself. The contractor showed him where they were going to start pouring, so Carlos began to mix fresh concrete right there and then. He filled every fence post with concrete one by one. Carlos was able to pour directly into them, and slowly move from one post to the other. When all the concrete was taken out of the truck, the chute was washed out to ensure quality at his next delivery. At the end of the pour, the contractor was able to remit payment directly to the driver. The job was completed in a timely manner, and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by Quality Concrete. 

Pouring a Concrete Slab in Montclair, NJ

A Contractor in Montclair, NJ was pouring a concrete slab for a bank and needed concrete to be delivered. He reached out to a few companies looking for prices and came across the Quality 1st Concrete website. He decided to give them a call to get some information. When he called, the Concrete Coordinator assisted him in calculating how much concrete he would need for the pour, and collected all the information needed for the delivery. 

Sean, the Field Supervisor, was out to make the delivery. The day of the pour, Sean made sure to load his truck with enough material for the delivery. Sean also contacted the contractor before he left the concrete plant to inform him that he was on his way to the job site. Once at the job site, the truck was parked right in front of the framed out slab. The chute was extended out and placed above the slab so the concrete could be poured directly into it. Fresh concrete was mixed right there and then offering more flexibility and better quality. As the concrete was being poured, the crew at the sight floated and finished the slab. When all the concrete was taken out of the truck, the chute was rinsed out to ensure quality at the next delivery. At the end of the pour, the contractor was able to remit payment directly to the driver using his credit card. The job was successfully completed, and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by the staff at Quality 1st Concrete. 

Saturday Concrete Delivery in Newark, NJ

A contractor in Essex County was pouring a few footings for one of their projects in Newark, NJ and needed concrete to be delivered. They needed the delivery on a Saturday and were looking for a company to make the delivery at an affordable price. The contractor searched the web and came across the Quality 1st Concrete website. He decided to call them to get a quote and scheduled the pour. 

Sean, the Field Supervisor, was in charge of making the delivery. Sean loaded his truck the day before and made sure that everything was ready for the next morning. The day of the delivery, Sean contacted the contractor to introduce himself and inform him that he was on his way to the job site. When Sean arrived, he was able to back up directly to the footings. Fresh concrete was mixed right there and then offering more flexibility and better quality. The concrete was poured directly into the footings making the pour go by a lot quicker. After all the concrete was taken out of the truck, the chute was washed out to ensure quality at the next delivery. 2 yards of 3000 PSI were successfully delivered. The job was completed in a timely manner, and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by Quality 1st Concrete. 

Delivering 100 Yards of Concrete in East Orange, NJ

A contractor in East Orange, NJ was pouring a slab inside a commercial building and needed about 100 yards of concrete to be delivered. He reached out to a few different companies looking for concrete quotes, and came across the Quality 1st Concrete website. He contacted them to get a price, spoke to the Concrete supervisor, discussed the project, and booked the delivery for two separate days. 

The first day of the pour, 50 yards of concrete had to be delivered to the job site. The first truck left the yard early in the morning to be in East Orange, NJ at 8:00 am. When Sean, the Field Supervisor, arrived at the job site, he parked the truck right in front of the commercial building. Sean then proceeded to get out of the truck to introduce himself and see the area that had to be poured. Fresh concrete was mixed right at the job site offering more flexibility and better quality. The concrete was poured into wheel barrows and then transported to the inside of the building to pour the slab. As the concrete was being poured, the crew at the site floated and finished the concrete. When all the concrete was out of the first truck, the second truck was ready to go, and so on. 50 yards of 3000 PSI were successfully delivered. The second delivery was scheduled two days apart to make sure the concrete was set and dry. The second delivery of 50 yards was also a success, and was made in a timely manner. The trucks arrived to the job site on time, and fresh concrete was mixed right there and then every time. At the end of the deliveries, the contractor was able to remit payment directly to one of the drivers. The job was completed in a timely manner, and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by Quality 1st Concrete. 

Serving the following Essex County, NJ zip codes
Newark 07105, Newark 07112, Newark 07106, Newark 07114, Newark 07102, Newark 07108, Newark 07103, Irvington 07111, Maplewood 07040, Millburn 07041
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