Quality 1st Concrete Specialist, Carlos, had to make a delivery to Aberdeen for a sidewalk replacement job. Carlos cleans his truck after every pour to make sure that it's ready for his next delivery. This will prevent any concrete from drying up and causing problems for a future concrete pour. Once the truck is clean, he loads it with stone and sand to create the perfect texture on site. Once he arrived, the truck was parked right next to the sidewalk area being replaced, where he began to mix the concrete and dispense it into the sidewalk.
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A contractor based out of Mounmouth County needed a small concrete delivery to pour a section of a driveway. He was having a little trouble finding a company that would deliver one yard of concrete, so he went on a search looking for a vendor who would provide this amount. He came across the Quality 1st Concrete website and decided to call them. When he called their office, the Concrete Coordinator informed him that making the delivery would not be a problem.
Sean, the Field Supervisor, was assigned to make the delivery. Before Sean left the concrete plant, he made sure to contact the contractor to inform him that he was on his way to the job site. Once at the property, the truck was parked at the front. Sean proceeded to get out of the truck and introduced himself. The area that was being poured was already framed and formed out, so fresh concrete was mixed right there and then. The truck was able to back up to the section of the driveway and the concrete was poured directly into it. As the concrete was being poured, the crew at the site floated and finished the concrete. At the end of the delivery, the chute was rinsed out to ensure quality. The job was successfully completed, and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by Quality 1st concrete.
A contractor in Monmouth County was pouring a small concrete slab and needed concrete delivered to Matawan, NJ. He has used Quality 1st Concrete before, so he decided to call their office to schedule the delivery. When he called, the Concrete Coordinator easily located his file. The Coordinator assisted him in calculating how much concrete he would need for the pour, and collected all the information for the new delivery.
Ken, the Concrete Specialist, was out to make the delivery. The day of the pour, Ken made sure to contact the contractor to inform him that he was on his way to the job site. When Ken arrived at the property, the slab was already framed out, and the crew was ready to start the pour. The chute was extended out and placed right above the slab. Fresh concrete was mixed right there and then offering more flexibility and better quality. As the concrete was being poured, the crew floated and finished the concrete. The concrete was taken out of the truck in a timely manner, and the chute was 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 a success, and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by Quality 1st Concrete.
A contractor in Monmouth County was looking for a small concrete delivery to go out to Matawan, NJ to pour footings. He had used Quality Concrete before for another job, so he gave them a call to place the order. When he got in touch with the concrete coordinator, she easily located his information, and placed him on the calendar.
Ken, the Concrete Specialist, was out to make the delivery. When Ken arrived, he was able to back up to the footings to start the pour. Fresh concrete was made at the job site, and poured into the footings. The concrete was taken out in a timely manner. Ken used the levers on the truck to move the chute from one footing to the other, eliminating the use of wheel barrows. The concrete was taken out of the truck in a timely manner. Once the delivery was completed, the contractor was able to make a payment using his credit card. Ken washed the chute to make sure that it was ready to be used at his next delivery. The job was successfully completed, and once again the contractor was extremely satisfied with the service provided by the Quality Concrete team.
A contractor in Monmouth County needed a concrete delivery to pour a few footings in Matwan, NJ. He was looking for a local company to make the delivery, so he began to do some research on the web. He came across the Quality Concrete website, read a little bit about the company, saw that they were located in Cliffwood, NJ, and decided to contact them. When he called their office, he was very pleased with the customer service provided by the Concrete Coordinator. The Coordinator helped him calculate how much concrete he would need for the delivery, and let him know the exact price he would have to pay.
Jay, the Concrete Specialist, was assigned to make the delivery. The Coordinator wrote out a ticket for Jay that had the address of the property, the amount of concrete the contractor needed, and his contact information. Jay checked, then loaded his truck to make sure that everything was good to go for the delivery. Before Jay left the concrete plant, he contacted the contractor to introduce himself and to let him know that he was on his way to the job site. When he arrived at the site, the contractor and his crew were ready to start the pour. Jay started making fresh concrete right there and then. He was able to back up to pour straight into some of the footings, and for the rest, the extension chute was used to get the concrete out of the truck. The extension chute gives contractors and homeowners an additional 10 feet in length to make it easier to get the concrete to the areas the truck can't back up to. The contractor had ordered 8.5 yards of concrete and used 9 the day of the delivery. Quality Concrete drivers always carry a little more concrete on the truck, so delivering the 9 yards was not a problem. At the end of the delivery, the contractor was billed only for the amount of concrete that was used, the job was successfully completed, and everyone was happy with the outstanding service provided by the Quality Concrete team.
A contractor in Monmouth County was doing a pour in Matawan, NJ and needed to have about 17 yards of concrete delivered to the job site. He was pouring around a pool area and was looking for a local company to come out and do the delivery for him. He came across the Quality Concrete website, saw that they were located in Cliffwood, NJ, and decided to call them to get a quote for the pour. Quality Concrete trucks hold 10 yards so the contractor would need 2 trucks for the delivery. When he called, the dispatcher gave him a price over the phone and booked the pour for him.
Jay, the Concrete Specialist, contacted the contractor when he was on his way to the job site. When he arrived, he parked the concrete truck right in front of the property. The contractor was using wheel barrows to get the concrete out from the truck to the pool area. Jay started mixing fresh concrete and poured it into the wheel barrows for the contractor to bring over to the area they needed it. The contractor had 5 wheel barrows so the concrete was taken out of the truck in a timely manner. Jay brought a second truck to complete the pour and delivered a total of 14 yards of 3500 PSI Concrete. The contractor had originally ordered 17 yards, but only paid for the amount that he used the day of the delivery. At the end of the pour, the contractor was able to successfully complete the job and make his customer happy.
A local Mason, All About Ashpalt, learned the benefits of using a Zimmerman Mobile Mixer when he ordered 4 yards of concrete last week. He was doing sidewalk replacement and instead of the normal 4 inch thick slabs they were 5 inches. Instead of having to get a second truck out and being wacked with a second delivery charge we were able to mix the extra concrete on the spot and have the mason time and money.