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Job Stories From Union County, NJ
Saturday Delivery in Linden, NJ.

A home owner in Linden, NJ was looking for a concrete delivery to pour a driveway. He was not sure about the amount of yards he needed and how much the concrete would cost. He contacted Quality Concrete for an estimate and the dispatcher was able to calculate the amount of yards he needed, and also provided him with the price for the delivery. 

Jay, the concrete specialist, contacted the customer the day of the delivery to let him know that he was on his way to the property to deliver the concrete. When he arrived, he was able to back up the truck into the driveway to get as close to the property as possible. This allowed the contractor, hired by the homeowner, to get the concrete out of the truck fast, and no wheel barrows were need. At the end of the pour, the homeowner was happy with the help the concrete specialist provided and the quality of the concrete. 

Concrete Delivery To North Plainfield, NJ.

A contractor in North Plainfield, NJ was pouring a basement floor for one of their customers. They called Quality Concrete to get pricing and to schedule the delivery. The contractor let the dispatcher know that they were pouring a basement floor, and the dispatcher offered the extension chute that would give them an additional 10 feet to pour the concrete. 

Carlos, the concrete specialist, got to the job site and backed up the concrete truck as close to the property as possible. With the extension chute, the contractor was able to get the concrete even closer to the property, and that made it easier for them to get the wheel barrows with the concrete in them inside the basement. With the extension chute the delivery ran quicker than the contractor expected and he was able to complete the job efficiently.  When the delivery was completed, the contractor was able to remit payment to the concrete driver right on the spot. The contractor was happy with the quality of the concrete and the service provided by the Quality Concrete team. 

Concrete Delivery To Elizabeth, NJ.

A Contractor in Elizabeth, NJ was pouring a sidewalk and needed concrete delivered. He was able to book a delivery with Quality Concrete. The concrete specialist arrived to the location, and started pouring fresh concrete for the contractor. The contractor got the concrete right out of the truck and the delivery was quick and smooth. When the delivery was completed, the contractor was able to make a payment with a credit card right there and then. Quality Concrete drivers make it easy for customers and contractors to make payments with credit cards by carrying a credit card swiper with them, and emailing receipts at their convenience. The contractor was pleased with the delivery and the fresh concrete that was mixed right on site. 

Pouring An Apron In Cranford, NJ.

A contractor in the Union County area was looking for a concrete delivery to pour an apron for one of his customers. He contacted Quality Concrete and he was able to get a price for the delivery over the phone, and schedule a pour at his convenience. The concrete dispatcher also helped him calculate how much concrete he would need based on the measurements the contractor provided, and made recommendations regarding which PSI he could use for the pour.

Sean, the Concrete Specialist, arrived at the job site and started mixing fresh concrete for the contractor. As Sean was pouring, the contractor realized that some sections of the apron were a little deeper than what he had measured and he knew he was going to need a little more concrete than what he had ordered. The driver had a little extra concrete on his truck so he was able to provide the additonal concrete the contractor needed.  The pour was a success, and the contractor was able to complete the job fir his customer. 

 

Delivering a Small Pour to Clark, NJ.

A contractor in Union County needed a small amount of concrete delivered to one of his job sites. He was looking to have one yard of concrete delivered to Clark, NJ to pour a small sidewalk. He called around and found Quality Concrete. He contacted them and scheduled the delivery. 

The day of the pour, Jay, the Concrete Specialist, delivered one yard of 3000 PSI concrete. The contractor got the concrete right off the truck and the pour went well. The delivery was made in a timely manner and the contractor was able to remit payment to the driver using his credit card. After the concrete was delivered and paid for, the driver was able to e-mail the contractor a receipt for the payment that he made. The pour was a success, the contractor was satisfied with the quality of the concrete delivered, and his customer was happy with their new sidewalk. 

Small Pour In Union Beach, NJ.

A contractor in Monmouth County was looking to have concrete delivered to complete one of his jobs in Union Beach, NJ. He saw a Quality Concrete truck on the road, got their number, and decided to call  to order concrete. The dispatcher gave him a price for 3 yards of 3000 PSI and scheduled the delivery for him. 

Sean, the Concrete Specialist, called the contractor in the morning to let him know that he was on his way to the job site. When Sean arrived, he started to mix fresh concrete right on site. The contractor was pouring a sidewalk and Sean was able to get the truck as close as possible to the sidewalk so the contractor could take the concrete right off the truck. The driver delivered 2 1/2 yards of concrete. With the metered trucks, and the concrete being mixed on site contractors do't have to worry about over ordering, so he was charged only for the amount of concrete that he used. At the end of the delivery, the contractor was very  happy with the outstanding service provided by the Quality Concrete team and with the quality of the delivery. 

Small Concrete Delivery Going Scotch Plains, NJ.

A contractor in Middlesex County needed a delivery in Scotch Plains, NJ for a basement floor that he was working on.  He had used Quality Concrete the week before for another job, was happy with the service, so he contacted them to schedule the pour for Scotch Plains. When he called, the dispatcher was able to locate his information using his telephone number, making it easy for the contractor to book the delivery. 

 The day before the delivery, the dispatcher contacted the contractor to confirm the pour. Carlos, the Concrete Specialist, was out to deliver the concrete. When he arrived, he began to mix fresh concrete right on site. Quality Concrete provided an extension chute for the the contractor so it would be easier to bring the concrete from the truck to the basement. The contractor had ordered 10 yards of 4500 PSI, and the day of the pour he only used 9 yards. Since Quality Concrete has the metered trucks, the contractor was only charged for the amount of concrete that he used.  At the end of the delivery, the contractor was able to make a payment right on the spot using his credit card and was extremely satisfied with the service the Quality Concrete team provided. 

Small Concrete Delivery In Elizabeth, NJ.

A contractor in Elizabeth, NJ needed a small concrete delivery to pour a sidewalk. He saw a Quality Concrete truck on the road, and decided to contact them to get a quote. When he called their office, the concrete coordinator provided him with all the pricing information he needed and helped him schedule the delivery. 

Jay, the Concrete Specialist, was assigned the duty to make the delivery. He called the contractor when he was on his way to the job site this way the crew would be ready when the truck arrived. When Jay got to the property, he was able to park right at the front of the sidewalk to pour the concrete straight out of the truck. The concrete was mixed right on site offering more flexibility and quality than barrel trucks.  And with the metered trucks, contractors and homeowners only pay for the amount that is used the day of the delivery. The concrete was poured in a timely manner, and mixed as the contractor needed it. At the end of the delivery, the job was successfully completed, and the contractor was happy with the quality of the concrete and the service provided by the staff from Quality Concrete. 

Saturday Delivery To Pour A Driveway In Elizabeth, NJ

A homeowner in Perth Amboy, NJ was pouring a driveway for one of his church members in Elizabeth, NJ. The team helping them frame and finish the concrete was only available on Saturdays, so he was looking for a local company to deliver on a Saturday at an affordable price. Searching the web, he came across the Quality Concrete website and decided to give them a call. When he got in touch with their concrete coordinator, she answered all his questions, provided him with all the pricing information, and gave booked the delivery for him. 

Sean, the Field Supervisor, was assigned the duty to make the delivery. Friday before he went home, he made sure that his truck was loaded with 10 yards of concrete, this way when he came in on Saturday his truck would be ready to go. When he arrived at the job site, the team working at the property was ready to start the pour. Sean was able the get the concrete truck as close as possible to the driveway and began to mix fresh concrete right at the job site. This gave the homeowner and his crew more time to work on the concrete. The area was nicely framed out and the concrete was poured straight out of the truck in a timely manner. At the end of the delivery, the homeowner was able to remit payment directly to the driver, the job was successfully completed, and everyone was happy with the service provided by the Quality Concrete team 

Concrete Delivery In Linden, NJ

A Linden, NJ contractor was pouring a back patio for one of their customers and needed a few yards of concrete to be delivered. He started searching the web looking for a local company to make the delivery. He came across the Quality Concrete website and saw that they covered the linden area. The contractor decided to call their office to get some pricing and information. When he got in touch with the Concrete Coordinator, she helped him calculate how much concrete he would need for the job, gave him all the pricing formation, and scheduled the delivery. 

Carlos, the Concrete Specialist, was in charge of making the delivery. The contractor needed about 10 yards of 3500 PSI concrete, so Carlos made sure his truck was fully loaded. Carlos also contacted the contractor before he left the concrete plant to inform him that he was on his way to the job site. When Carlos arrived, he parked right in front of the property and began to make fresh concrete right there and then. There was not access for the truck to back up as close as possible to the area that had to be poured, so wheel barrows were used to transport the concrete. The concrete was taken out of the truck in a timely manner. Since the concrete was mixed right at the job site, the contractor had more time to work the concrete after it was wheeled from the truck to the back of the house. At the end of the delivery, the contractor was able to pay the driver directly. The job was successfully completed, and the contractor was very satisfied with the service provided by the Quality Concrete team. 

Concrete Delivery In Westfield, NJ

A contractor working at a property in Westfield, NJ was replacing sidewalks and needed concrete delivered. He was looking for a local contractor to make the delivery at an affordable price. He did some research on the web, and found Quality Concrete. He read a little bit about the company, their coverage area, and their Mobile Mixer trucks. The contractor then decided to call their office to get some information and book the delivery. When he called the office, the Concrete Coordinator collected all the information needed for the delivery and let him know exactly how much he would pay for the concrete. 

Carlos, the Concrete Specialist, was assigned to make the delivery. The delivery was at 7:00 in the morning, so Carlos made sure to load his truck the night before he went home, this way the truck would be ready to go first thing in the morning. The day of the delivery, Carlos contacted the contractor to inform him that he was on his way to the property. Once at the job site, fresh concrete was made for the contractor right there and then. Carlos parked right in front of the sidewalk and was able to pour directly into the framed out area. When the delivery was completed, Carlos washed the chute to make sure that it was ready to use at the next delivery. The job was completed in a timely manner, and the contractor was very satisfied with the service provided by the Quality Concrete staff. 

Small Concrete Delivery In Elizabeth, NJ.

A Elizabeth, NJ contractor was looking to have concrete delivered to pour a sidewalk. He needed about 3 yards of 3500 PSI concrete. He called a few companies around the Elizabeth, NJ area, but they didn't deliver small amounts of concrete. Searching on the web, the contractor found Quality Concrete and called them to get some information. When he contacted their office, the Concrete Coordinator informed him that making a small delivery was not a problem, and collected all the information needed to get him on the calendar. 

Jay, the Concrete Specialist, was out to make the delivery. The contractor was pouring a sidewalk, and when Jay arrived the area was ready for him to start pouring. He parked the truck right in front of the sidewalk, placed the cute right over it, and started mixing fresh concrete right there and then. Jay used the levers on the truck to move the chute from side to side along the entire sidewalk to make sure that the area was covered in concrete. As he moved the chute, the crew working at the job site floated and finished the concrete. Once Jay finished pouring, he washed the chute so it would be ready for his 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 extremely satisfied with the service provided by Quality Concrete. 

Making A Concrete Delivery In Roselle, NJ.

A Contractor in Roselle, NJ was pouring footings and needed a concrete delivery. He was looking for 10 yards of 4000 PSI. He had seen a Quality Concrete truck on the road before, got their number, and decided to call them. When he called their office, the Concrete Coordinator collected all the information needed to get him on the calendar, and gave him a price for the delivery. 

Jay, the Concrete Specialist, was in charge of making the delivery. He fully loaded his truck, and made sure everything was good to go for the pour. The morning of the delivery, Jay contacted the contractor to introduce himself, and informed him that he was on his way to the property. When Jay arrived, the area was ready for him to pour. He began to mix fresh concrete right on site. This offers more flexibility, and better quality for contractors and homeowners. The concrete was  poured from the truck right into the footing, and no wheel barrows were needed. When the pour was completed, Jay washed the chute to make sure it was ready to be used 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 completed in a timely manner, and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by the staff at Quality Concrete. 

Small Concrete Delivery In Plainfield, NJ

A Middlesex County contractor was looking for a small concrete delivery to go out to Plainfield, NJ. He was working on a new sidewalk for one of his customers, and only needed about 3 yards of concrete. The few companies that the contractor had called did not make small deliveries, so he went on the internet looking for a company that would be able to bring the amount he needed to complete the job. He came across the Quality Concrete website and decided to give them a call. When he got in touch with their Concrete Coordinator, she inform him that making the delivery was not a problem, and schedule the pour for him. 

Jay, Senior Concrete Specialist, was assigned the duty to make the delivery. He loaded his truck with the right amount of material for the pour, and contacted the contractor to let him know that he was on his way to the job site. When Jay arrived, he was able to park the truck in front of the sidewalk. He placed the concrete chute right over the sidewalk area, and began to make fresh concrete right there and there. The chute was moved from side to side using the levers on the concrete truck to make sure that  the entire area was covered in concrete. As the concrete was poured, the crew working at the job site floated and finished the concrete. Once all the concrete was taken out of the truck, Jay made sure to wash the chute, this way it would be ready for his next job. At the end of the delivery, 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 service provided by the Quality Concrete team.  

Concrete Delivery In Union Beach, NJ

A Monmouth County contractor was working at a property in Union Beach, NJ and needed concrete to be delivered. He had used Quality Concrete before for another job and was very pleased with the service, so he decided to give them a call. The Concrete Coordinator easily located his information and scheduled the delivery for him. 

Sean, the Field Supervisor, was out to make the delivery. Sean checked, then loaded his truck to make sure that everything was ready for the next morning. The day of the delivery, Sean called the contractor to inform him that he was on his way to the property. Sean arrived at the job site, and began to make fresh concrete for the contractor. Making the concrete at the job site offers more flexibility, and better quality for contractors and homeowners. The concrete was taken straight out of the truck, and the pour was completed in a timely manner. At the end of the delivery, Sean washed the concrete chute to ensure quality at the next delivery. The contractor was able to pay the driver directly using his credit card, and got a receipt for his purchase. The contractor once again was pleased with the service provided by Quality Concrete, and his customer was happy with their new concrete. 

Making a Concrete Delivery In Mountainside, NJ

A contractor in Union County was replacing a driveway for one of his customers and needed concrete delivered. He measured the driveway, and calculated that he would need about 10 yards of concrete. He called a few companies to get quotes and came across Quality Concrete. When he contacted their office, the Concrete Coordinator provided him with the pricing he needed, and collected all the information needed to make the pour. 

Jay, Senior Concrete Specialist, was assigned the duty to make the delivery. He loaded his truck, and made sure that everything was good to go for the pour. The day of the delivery, Jay contacted the homeowner to introduce himself and inform him that he was on his way tot he job site. When Jay arrived, the driveway areas was nicely framed out, and the crew was ready to start the pour. Fresh concrete was mixed right there and then. The far back end of the driveways was not easy to reach with the extension chute, so wheel barrows were used to transport the concrete. The rest of the concrete was poured directly into the driveway area. Once all the concrete was taken out of the truck, Jay washed the chute and the extension to make sure they were ready to be used at the next delivery. At the end of the delivery, the contractor only used 9 yard of the 10 he used. Since the concrete was mixed on site, only 9 yard were made, and the contractor only had to pay for the amount he used. The delivery was a success, and the job was completed in a timely manner. 

Small Concrete Delivery in Cranford, NJ

A contractor in Cranford, NJ was pouring a basement floor and needed concrete delivered. He needed a small amount of concrete to finish the job, and was looking for a local company to make the delivery at an affordable price. He came across the Quality Concrete Website, and contacted them to get pricing. When he contacted their office, he was very pleased with their price, and scheduled the delivery. 

Sean, the Field Supervisor, was out to make the delivery. The contractor needed the extension chute in order to be able to get the concrete down the basement, so Sean made sure to load it in the truck. Before Sean left the concrete plant, he contacted the contractor to introduce himself, and inform him that he was on his way to the job site. When he arrived, he parked the truck as close a s possible to one of the basement windows. He unloaded the extension chute, and place it trough the basement window so they could start the pour. Fresh Concrete was made right there and then, and poured into the extension. Once the concrete was down in the basement, the contractor used wheel barrows to transport the concrete to the area they needed. The concrete was taken out in a timely manner , and 4 yards of 3500 PSI were successfully delivered. At the end of the delivery, Sean washed both chutes to ensure quality at his next delivery. The job was completed, and the contractor was extremely please with the service provided by the staff at Quality Concrete. 

Saturday Delivery In Clark, NJ

A contractor in Union County was looking for a Saturday delivery to Clark, NJ. He was pouring a small sidewalk, and needed about 3 yards of concrete. He was looking for a company that would make the delivery at an affordable price, and called a few places. He also searched online, and he came across the Quality Concrete Website. He read about their company, the deliveries they had made in the area, and decided to contact them to schedule a pour. When he Contacted their office, the Concrete Coordinator collected all the information needed for the delivery, and scheduled the pour. 

Sean, the Field Supervisor, was out to make the delivery. That morning, Sean loaded his truck and made sure that everything was set for the delivery. Before he left the concrete plant, Sean contacted the contractor to introduce himself and inform him that he was on his way to the job site. Once he arrived, he parked the truck right in front of the sidewalk. He then proceeded to get out of the truck so he could start mixing the concrete. The crew at the site was ready. Fresh concrete was mixed right at the job site, and poured directly into the sidewalk area. As the concrete was poured, the crew floated and finished the concrete. After all the concrete was taken out of the truck, the chute was washed out to ensure quality at his next delivery. The job was successfully completed, and the contractor was very pleased with the outstanding service provided by the Quality Concrete team. 

Pouring Footings in Scotch Plains, NJ

A Contractor in Scotch Plains, NJ needed concrete for a few footings that he was pouring. He had used Quality Concrete before so he decided to give them a call to schedule a pour. When he called their office, the Concrete Coordinator collected all the information needed for the delivery, and scheduled the pour. 

Jay, Senior Concrete Specialist, was out to make the delivery. The contractor ordered 7 yards of the 4000 PSI. Jay made sure to load his truck with enough material to make 7 yards of concrete, and drove over to the job site. When he was on his way, Jay contacted the contractor to give him a an estimated time of arrival. Once he arrived, he was able to back the truck up to the footings and placed the chute right over them. Fresh concrete was made right there and then, and poured into the footings. Jay was able to move right down the footings and pour. Once the delivery was completed, the chute was washed out to ensure quality at his next delivery. The contractor only used 6 yards of the 7 that he ordered, and he only paid for the amount that was used. Quality Concrete has metered trucks that mix the right amount of concrete that homeowners and contractor need. The job was completed in a timely manner, and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by the Quality Concrete team. 

Small Concrete Delivery in Springfield Township, NJ

A contractor in Union County was pouring a small sidewalk and needed concrete delivered to Springfield Township, NJ. He had called a few companies to order the concrete, but they didn't deliver small amounts. He went online, and searching the web he came across the Quality Concrete website. He called their office, and their Concrete coordinator informed him that making the delivery would not be a problem. She also collected all the information needed to make the delivery and got him on the calendar. 

Ken, the concrete Specialist, was in charge of making the delivery. The day of the delivery, Ken 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. Once at the property, Ken parked right in front of the framed out sidewalk. He got out of his truck to start mixing the concrete and pour it into the sidewalk. Fresh concrete was mixed right there and then offering more flexibility and better quality. As the concrete was poured, the crew working at the property floated, finished, and edged the concrete. When all the concrete was taken out of the truck, the chute was washed out to make sure it was ready to be used at the next delivery. 1 1/5 yards of 3500 PSI were successfully delivered. The job was completed in a timely manner, and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by Quality Concrete. 

Small Concrete Delivery In Rahway, NJ

Our Contracting Division was replacing concrete at a community in Rahway, NJ. They were pouring a small dumpster slab, and needed about a yard of concrete to be delivered.The Contracting Manager placed the concrete order. The Concrete Coordinator collected all the information needed for the delivery, and made the proper arrangements to make sure our Contracting Division got the concrete they needed. 

Sean, the Field Supervisor, was in charge of making the delivery. Before Sean left the concrete plant,  he contacted the Contracting foreman to inform him that he was on his way to the job site. When Sean arrived, the area was nicely framed out, and the crew was ready to start the pour. The concrete chute was placed right above the slab area and the concrete was poured directly into it. As the concrete was poured, the crew floated and finished the concrete. Once all the concrete was out of the truck, the chute was washed out to ensure quality at the next delivery. The concrete slab was poured in a timely manner and the Contracting crew cleaned up the area. The delivery was a success, Our Contracting Division completed the job, and the community was very pleased with the new dumpster slab. 

Concrete Delivery In Roselle, NJ

A contractor in Union County was pouring a driveway and needed concrete delivered to Roselle, NJ. He needed about 10 yards of 4000 PSI. He went online looking for a company that would make the delivery at an affordable price. He came across the Quality Concrete website, read about their coverage area, and contacted them to get a quote. When he called their office, the Concrete Coordinator gave him all the pricing information he needed, and booked the delivery for him. 

Carlos, Senior Concrete Specialist, was out to make the delivery. He prepped his truck and loaded it the night before to make sure everything was set for the delivery the next morning. The day of the delivery, Carlos reached out to the contractor to introduce himself, and inform him that he was on his way to the job site. When Carlos arrived, the driveway was nicely framed and formed out. The crew was ready to go so fresh concrete was mixed for them right there and then. As the concrete was being poured, the crew floated and finished the concrete. When they finished pouring, Carlos proceeded to wash the concrete chute to make sure that it was ready to be used at his next delivery. At the end of the delivery the contractor was able to remit payment directly to the Concrete Specialist using his credit card. The pour was a success and 10 yards of 4500 PSI were delivered in a timely manner. The job was completed and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by the staff at Quality Concrete. 

Concrete Delivery In Fanwood, NJ

A contractor in Fanwood, NJ was pouring footings and a slab for one of his customers. He needed about 7 yards of concrete to be delivered, and wanted the concrete to be mixed at the job site. He went online searching for a company and found Quality Concrete. He read about their services and their mobile mixer trucks and decided to give the, a call. When he contacted their office, the Concrete Coordinator provided him with the information he needed, and collected all the information for the pour. 

Jay, Senior Concrete Specialist, was in charge of making the delivery. He checked and loaded his truck with enough material to make 7 yards of concrete. Before Jay left the concrete plant he made sure to contact the contractor to infirm him that he was on his way to the job site. Once at the site, Jay parked the truck right in front of the property and got out to introduce himself. The contractor showed him the areas that were being poured. For the slab wheel barrows were used to transport the concrete. For the footings, Jay was able to back up the truck and pour the concrete directly into them. Once all the concrete was out of the truck, Jay washed the chute to ensure quality at his 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 completed in a timely manner and the contractor was very pleased with service provided by Quality Concrete. 

Pouring Footings in Westfield, NJ

A contractor in Union County was pouring footings for a new construction in Westfeld, NJ and needed concrete to be delivered. He came across the Quality Concrete website, read about their services, and decided to give them a call. When he contacted their office, the Concrete Coordinator assisted him in calculating the amount of concrete that he would need for the pour and gave him a price over the phone. The contractor was very pleased with the customer service and scheduled the delivery. 

Jay, Senior Concrete  Specialist, was assigned the duty to make the delivery. Jay prepped his truck and loaded it with enough material to make 5 yards of concrete. Jay contacted the contractor to inform him that he was on his way to the job site and gave him an estimated time of arrival. When Jay got to the job site he got out of the truck to introduce himself. He was able to back up the truck as close as possible to the footings and pour the concrete directly into them. Fresh concrete was mixed right there and then offering more flexibility and better quality. When all the concrete was taken out of the truck, the concrete chute was washed 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 a check. The job was successfully completed, and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by Quality Concrete. 

Pouring a Small Sidewalk in Rahway, NJ

A contractor in Union County was pouring a small sidewalk and needed concrete to be delivered to Rahway, NJ. He was looking for a local provider to make the delivery at an affordable price. He went on the web and came across the Quality Concrete website. He contacted them, got a price over the phone, and placed an order order for 3.5 yards of 3500 PSI concrete. The Concrete Coordinator collected all the information needed for the pour and got him on the calendar. 

Jay, Senior Concrete Specialist, was out to make the delivery. He checked and prepped his truck for the delivery the night before. The next morning, Jay contacted the contractor before he left the concrete plant to inform him that he was on his way to the job site. The contractor was pouring a sidewalk and it was nicely framed out and ready by the time Jay arrived. He parked the truck in front of the sidewalk, and extended the chute to mix fresh concrete right there and then. The concrete was poured directly into the sidewalk avoiding the use of wheel barrows. As the concrete was being poured, the crew at the site floated and finished the concrete. At the end of the pour, the chute was washed out to make sure it was ready to be used at his next delivery. The contractor only used 3 yards of the 3 1/2 that he order. With the mobile mixer trucks, only 3 yards of concrete were made so the contractor only paid for the amount of concrete used.  The job was successfully completed, and the contractor was very pleased with the outstanding service provided by the staff at Quality Concrete. 

Small Concrete Delivery in Elizabeth, NJ

A Contractor in Union County was pouring a small sidewalk and needed a few yards of concrete to be delivered to Elizabeth, NJ. He had used Quality Concrete before for a previous pour at the same job site, so he decided to call them to schedule the delivery. When he called their office, the Concrete Coordinator provided him with a price over the phone and collected all the information needed to make the delivery. 

Sean, the Field Supervisor was out to make the delivery. He had been at the job site before, so he was familiar with the area and the property. When he arrived, he got out of the truck and greeted the contractor. The sidewalk was nicely framed out and the crew was ready to start the pour. Sean began to mix fresh concrete right there and then. The chute was placed over the sidewalk area and the concrete was poured directly into it avoiding the use of wheel barrows. When all the concrete was out of the truck, the chute was washed out to make sure that it was ready to be used at his next delivery. The contractor had ordered 3 1 /2 yards of concrete, but at the end of the delivery he only used 3. With the mobile mixer truck, only 3 yards of concrete were made so the contractor paid just for the amount of concrete that was used. The job was a success, and the contractor was very pleased with he service provided by the staff at Quality Concrete. 

Pouring a Basement floor in Roselle, NJ

A contractor in Union County was pouring a small section of a basement floor and needed concrete to be delivered. He was looking for a local company to make the delivery at an affordable price. He went online searching for a company that would cover his area and he came across the Quality Concrete website. He contacted their office to get a quote and information about their services. When he called them, the Concrete Coordinator assisted him in calculating how much concrete he would need for the delivery, and provided him with a price over the phone. She also collected all the information needed for the pour and got him on the calendar. 

Jay, Senior Concrete Specialist, was assigned to make the delivery. The contractor ordered 4 yards of 4500 PSI, so Jay made sure to load his truck with enough material to make the delivery. When Jay was on his way to the job site, he contacted the contractor to inform him that he was on his way to the property. Once at the site, Jay parked the truck and got out to introduce himself. The contractor let him know that he could pull into the driveway and back up as close as possible to one of the basement windows. When the truck was by the basement window the chute was extended out, and the extension chute was place through the window. Fresh concrete was mixed right there and then and poured into the extension chute. Inside the basement, the crew was ready and used wheel barrows to transport the concrete from the extension chute to the section they were working on. The concrete was taken out of the truck in a timely manner, and when all the concrete was out, both chutes were 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 a check. The job was a success, and the contractor was very pleased with the services provided by Quality Concrete. 

Making a Concrete Delivery in Scotch Plains, NJ

Our Contracting Division was replacing sidewalks at a community in Scotch Plains, NJ and needed concrete to be delivered. They needed about 10 yards of 4500 PSI. The Contracting Manager placed the order, and the Concrete coordinator made the proper arrangements to get them on the calendar and have their concrete delivered. 

Carlos, Senior Concrete Specialist, was in charge of making the delivery. He fully loaded his truck and made sure that everything was set for the delivery. Before Carlos left the concrete plant, he contacted the Contracting Foreman to inform him that he was on his way to the property. When Carlos arrived, all the sidewalks were nicely formed and framed out. The truck was parked and fresh concrete was made right at the job site. The concrete was poured into wheel barrows and brought over to the sidewalk areas behind the building. Two crew members transported the concrete and the other two floated and finished it. When all the concrete was out of the truck, the chute was washed out to ensure quality. 10 yards of 4500 PSI were successfully delivered. All the concrete was taken out of the truck in a timely manner and the job was completed. 

Concrete Delivery in Westfield, NJ

A contractor in Westfield, NJ was pouring a footing and needed concrete to be delivered. He had used Quality Concrete before so he decided to contact them to book the delivery. When he called, the Concrete Coordinator easily located his file. She also collected all the information needed for the new delivery and got him on the calendar. 

Carlos, Senior Concrete Specialist, was out to make the delivery. When Carlos was on his way to the job site, he contacted the contractor to provide him with an estimated time of arrival. When Carlos arrived, he was able to back up as close as possible to the footing. Carlos extend the chute and placed it right above the area that the contractor was working on. Fresh concrete was mixed right there and then and poured directly into the footing. When all the concrete was taken out of the truck, the chute was washed out to ensure quality. At the end of the delivery, the contractor was able to remit payment directly do the driver. The job was successfully delivered, and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by Quality Concrete. 

Small Concrete Delivery in Union Beach, NJ

A Monmouth County contractor was pouring a new sidewalk for one of his customers and needed concrete to be delivered to Union Beach, NJ. He was looking for a local company to make the delivery at an affordable price. He went on the web searching for a concrete supplier, and came across the Quality 1st Concrete website. He decided to give them a call, was very pleased with their customer service, so he decided to schedule the pour. 

Sean, the Field Supervisor, was assigned to make the delivery. The night before the pour, Sean made sure to load his truck with enough material to make 4 yards of concrete. The next morning, Sean contacted the contractor to introduce himself and inform him that he was on his way to the job site. When Sean arrived at the property, the sidewalk was nicely framed out and ready to be poured. The chute was placed right over the sidewalk area, and fresh concrete was poured directly into it. As the concrete was poured, the crew at the site floated, finished, and edged the concrete. 3 yards of 3500 PSI were successfully delivered. The chute was washed out to ensure quality at the next delivery, and the contractor was able to remit payment directly to the driver. The job was successfully completed and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by Quality 1st Concrete. 

Pouring Footings in Westfield, NJ

A contractor in Westfield, NJ was pouring a few footings and needed concrete delivered. He was looking for a professional company to come out and deliver 5 yards of concrete at an affordable price. He went on the web looking for a concrete supplier, and found the Quality 1st Concrete website. He read about their services and gave them a call. When he contacted their office, he was very pleased with their customer service and went ahead and scheduled the pour. 

Carlos, Senior Concrete Specialist, was in charge of making the delivery. When he was on his way to the property he made sure to contact the contractor to introduce himself and provide him with an estimated time of arrival. Once Carlos arrived at the job site, he was able to back up to the footings. The chute was extended out and placed right above each footing. Fresh concrete was mixed at the site and poured directly into each footing. Mixing the concrete on site offers more flexibility and better quality. When all the concrete was taken out of the truck, the chute was washed out to ensure quality at the next delivery. The contractor was able to remit payment directly to the driver using a check. The pour was a success, the job was completed in a timely manner, and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by the Quality 1st Concrete team. 

Concrete Delivery in Rahway, NJ

A contractor in Middlesex County was pouring a driveway and was in need of a concrete delivery. He had used Quality 1st Concrete before, so he contacted their office to book the pour. When he called their office, the Concrete Coordinator assisted him in calculating how much concrete was needed for the sections he was pouring, provided him with a price over the phone, and scheduled the delivery. 

Carlos, the Senior Concrete specialist, was assigned to make the delivery. Carlos loaded his truck the morning of the pour, and he contacted the contractor when he was on his way to the job site to provide him with an estimated time of arrival. When Carlos arrived at the job site, he parked his truck and got out to introduce himself. The driveway was already framed out, and the crew working at the site was ready to go. Fresh concrete was mixed right there and then for the contractor. Mixing the concrete on site offers more flexibility and better quality. Wheelbarrows were used to transport the concrete from the truck to the back sections of the driveway. As the crew got closer to the front sections, the chute was extended out to pour the concrete directly into these sections. After the delivery was completed, the chute was washed out to ensure quality at the next job. The concrete was taken out in a timely manner, the job was successfully completed, and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by the staff at Quality 1st Concrete. 

Delivering Concrete in Scotch Plains, NJ

A Union County contractor was replacing a walkway for one of his customers and needed concrete to be delivered. He searched the web for a company that would mix the concrete on site and he came across the Quality 1st Concrete website. He read about their services and decided to contact them. When he called their office, the Concrete Coordinator provided him with all the information he needed, gave him a price over the phone, and got him on the calendar. 

Ken, the Concrete Specialist, was out to make the delivery. When Ken was on his way to the job site, he contacted the contractor to introduce himself and provide him with an estimated time of arrival. When he arrived at the job site, the contractor had him back the truck up in the driveway as close as possible to the back of the property where the walkway was located. Ken mixed fresh concrete right at the job site and poured it into a wheelbarrow. Mixing the concrete on site offers more flexibility and better quality. Once the concrete was in the wheelbarrow, it was transported to the walkway area where two crew members floated and finished the concrete. After all the concrete was taken out of the truck, the chute was washed out to ensure quality. The contractor was able to remit payment directly to the driver using his credit card and got a receipt for his purchase right there and then. The job was completed in a timely manner, and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by the Quality 1st Concrete team. 

Making a Small Concrete Delivery in Union Beach, NJ

A contractor in Monmouth County was pouring a few footings for a project that he was working on and needed concrete to be delivered to Union Beach, NJ. He was looking for a local provider to make the delivery at an affordable price. He went online searching for companies and he came across the Quality 1st Concrete website. He read about their services, saw that they were located very close to the property he was working on and decided to give them a call. When he contacted their office, the Concrete Specialist provided him with a price over the phone and collected all of the information to schedule the delivery. 

Jay, the Senior Concrete Specialist, was in charge of making the delivery. The day of the pour, Jay loaded his truck and made sure that everything was set for the delivery. Before Jay left the concrete plant, he contacted the contractor to introduce himself and inform him that he was on his way to the job site. Once at the property, Jay was able to back up to the footings. The chute was extended out and placed right above one of the footings. Fresh concrete was mixed right there and then, and poured directly into the footings. After 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 Quality 1st Concrete. 

Delivering 14 Yards of Concrete in Union Beach, NJ

A contractor in Monmouth County was pouring a basement floor and needed concrete to be delivered to Union Beach, NJ. He was looking for a local concrete company to come out and make the delivery at an affordable price. He went online searching for a company and came across the Quality 1st Concrete website. He contacted them to get some information and a a free quote. When he contacted them, the Concrete Coordinator provided him with a price over the phone, collected all the information needed for the delivery, and got him on the calendar. 

Jay, Senior Concrete Specialist, was in charge of making the delivery. The day of the pour, Jay loaded his truck and headed out to the job site. When Jay arrived to the property, he parked the truck right in front of the house, and got out to introduce himself. The contractor let the Concrete Specialist know that the pour was in the basement, so Jay backed the truck up the driveway to get as close as possible to one of the basement windows. Fresh concrete was mixed right at the job site offering more flexibility and better quality. The extension chute was placed through a basement window, and the concrete was poured into it so it could make it down to the basement area. The first ten yards were successfully delivered. Jay drove back to the concrete plant to reload his truck, and drove back to the job site to bring the contractor the additional 4 yards that he needed. After the pour was completed, the contractor was able to make a payment directly to the driver with a check. The pour was completed in a timely manner, and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by Quality 1st Concrete. 

Concrete Delivery in Plainfield, NJ

A contractor in Plainfield, NJ was pouring a sidewalk and needed a few yards of concrete to be delivered. He had used Quality 1st Concrete before, so he decided to call them to place the order. When he called their office, the Concrete Coordinator easily located his file, provided him with a price over the phone, and collected all the information for the new 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 set for the pour. 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. Once at the job site, the truck was parked in front of the framed out sidewalk and the chute was extended out. The sidewalk was already framed, and formed out. Fresh concrete was mixed right at the site and poured directly into the sidewalk. As the concrete was being poured, the crew there floated and finished the concrete. After all the concrete was taken out of the truck, the chute was rinsed out to ensure quality. At the end of the delivery, the contractor was able to make a payment using his credit card.  The job was completed in a timely manner, and the contractor was once again very pleased with the service provided by Quality 1st Concrete. 

Concrete Delivery in Springfield Township, NJ

A contractor in Springfield, NJ was pouring footings for one of his customers and needed a few yards of concrete to be delivered. He had used Quality 1st Concrete before, so he contacted their office to get a quote and schedule the pour. When he called their office, the Concrete Coordinator collected all the information for the new pour and got him on the calendar. 

Jay, Senior Concrete Specialist, was out to make the delivery. The day of the pour, Jay contacted the contractor to inform him that he was on his way to the job site. Once he arrived, he backed the truck up to the footings. Fresh concrete was mixed right there and then and poured directly into the footings. Jay used the lever on the truck to move the chute from one footing to the other until the pour was completed. When all the concrete was taken out of the truck, the chute was rinsed out to ensure quality. At the end of the delivery, the contractor only used 3 yards out of the 5 that he ordered. With the mobile mixer truck, only 3 yards of concrete were made, and the contractor only paid for the amount of concrete that was used. The job was a success, and once again the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by Quality 1st Concrete. 

Pouring a Concrete Driveway in Elizabeth, NJ

A Contractor in Union County was pouring a driveway in Elizabeth, NJ and needed concrete to be delivered. He called a few companies to get quotes and came across the Quality 1st Concrete website. He decided to call their office to get prices and information. When he called, the Concrete Coordinator provided him with all the information he needed. The contractor was very pleased with the customer service provided so he went ahead and scheduled the delivery.  

Jay, Senior Concrete Specialist, was out to make the delivery. Jay checked his truck and loaded it with enough material to make 8 yards of concrete. When he was on his way to the job site, Jay contacted the contractor to provide him with an estimated time of arrival. Once at the property, Jay parked the truck in front of the house and got out to introduce himself. The area that was being poured was ready and nicely framed out. The chute was extended out and placed over the driveway. Fresh concrete was mixed right at the job site offering more flexibility and better quality. Wheelbarrows were used to transport the concrete from the truck to the back end of the driveway. As the crew got closer to the front of the driveway they were able to pour the concrete directly into the formed out area. The concrete was taken out of the truck in a timely manner, and once all the concrete was out, the chute was rinsed out to ensure quality at the next pour. At the end of the pour the contractor only used 7 yards out of the 8 that he ordered. With the mobile mixers, only 7 yards of concrete were made, no material was wasted, and the contractor only paid for the amount of concrete that he used. The pour was a success and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by Quality 1st Concrete. 

Concrete Delivery in Union, NJ

A contractor in Union, NJ was pouring a few slabs around a pool and needed concrete to be delivered. He contacted a few companies in the area and came across the Quality 1st Concrete website. He contacted their office to get a quote and information. When he called them, the Concrete Coordinator provided him with a price over the phone. He was very pleased with the price and the customer service, so he went ahead and scheduled the delivery. 

Jay, the Field Supervisor, was out to make the delivery. He loaded his truck the morning of & made sure that everything was set for the pour. When Jay was on his way to the job site, he contacted the contractor to provide him with an estimated time of arrival. When he arrived at the property, he parked the truck and got out to introduce himself.

The crew was ready to start the pour, so fresh concrete was mixed for them right there and then. Wheelbarrows were used to transport the concrete from the truck to the pool area. As the concrete was being poured, two crew-members floated and finished the concrete. The concrete was taken out of the truck in a timely manner and 10 yards of 4000 PSI were successfully delivered.

Once the pour was completed, the chute was washed out to ensure quality. The contractor was able to remit payment directly to the driver using his credit card, and got a receipt for his purchase. The delivery was efficiently done, and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by Quality 1st Concrete.

Concrete Delivery in Union Beach, NJ

A contractor in Monmouth County was pouring a patio for one of his customers and needed concrete to be delivered. He was looking for a local contractor to make the delivery at an affordable price, so he went online searching for one. Looking through the internet he came across the Quality 1st Concrete website. He read about their services, coverage area, and saw that they were located in Aberdeen Township, NJ. He decided to contact their office to request a quote and scheduled the delivery. 

Carlos, Senior Concrete Specialist, was in charge of making the delivery. The morning of the delivery, Carlos checked, then loaded his truck so he could head over to the job site. On his way there, Carlos contacted the contractor to introduce himself, and provided him with an estimated time of arrival.

Once at the property, Carlos was able to pull into the driveway to get closer to the patio area. Fresh concrete was mixed right there and then offering more flexibility and better quality. The concrete was poured into wheel barrows so it could be transported to the patio area. Once all the concrete was taken out of the truck, the chute was rinsed out to ensure quality at the next delivery.

The job was completed in a timely manner and the contractor was able to remit payment directly to the driver using a check. The delivery was successfully completed and the contractor was extremely pleased with the service provided by the staff at Quality 1st Concrete.  

Small Concrete Delivery in Westfield, NJ

A contractor in Westfield, NJ was pouring a few footings for one of his customers and needed concrete to be delivered. He was looking for a company to make the delivery at an affordable price and went online searching for one. Surfing through the web, he came across the Quality 1st website. He looked at their coverage area and decided to give them a call. When he contacted their office, the Concrete Coordinator provided him with a price over the phone and collected all the information needed to get him on the calendar. 

Jay, Senior Concrete Specialist, was out to make the delivery. Jay loaded his truck the night before and made sure that everything was set for the next day. The morning of the delivery, Jay contacted the contractor to inform him that he was on his way to the job site. When he arrived, the contractor showed him where the footing was. The truck was backed up as close as possible to the footing, the chute was extended out, and it was placed right above the footing. Fresh concrete was mixed right at the job site and poured directly into the footing. Once the concrete was out of the truck the chute was washed out to ensure quality at the next job site. One yard of 3000 PSI concrete was successfully delivered. The job was completed in a timely manner, and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by Quality 1st Concrete.

Concrete Delivery in Kenilworth, NJ

A contractor in Kenilworth, NJ was pouring a slab and needed concrete to be delivered. He called a few companies in the area to get prices, and he came across Quality 1st Concrete. He contacted their office and got a quote over the phone. He was very pleased with the service and the price, so he went ahead and scheduled the delivery. 

Jay, Senior Concrete Specialist, was out to deliver the concrete. The day of the pour, Sean made sure to call the contractor before he left the concrete plant to inform him that he was on his way to the job site. Once Sean arrived, the contractor informed him that the concrete slab was located in the back of the house, so they would use wheelbarrows to get the concrete out of the truck. Sean began to mix fresh concrete right there and then, and poured it into the wheelbarrows. As the concrete was being poured, the crew at the site floated and finished the concrete. After the pour was completed, the contractor was able to remit payment directly to the driver using a credit card. The chute was rinsed out to ensure quality at the next job site. The pour was a success and the contractor was very pleased by the service provided by quality 1st. 

Small Concrete Delivery in Union Beach, NJ

A contractor in Union Beach, NJ was pouring a small section of a walkway and needed about 3 yards of concrete to be delivered. He had seen a Quality 1st Concrete truck on the road, and decided to give them a call. When he contacted their office, the Concrete Coordinator provided him with a price over the phone and assisted him in calculating the amount of concrete that was needed for the pour. The Coordinator collected all the information needed for the pour and scheduled the delivery. 

Sean, the Field Supervisor, was in charge of making the delivery. Sean had enough material after his previous pour to go to Union Beach, so he made his way over to the job site. When he arrived, the section that had to be poured was nicely formed and framed out. The crew was ready to go so fresh concrete was mixed right there and then. The concrete was poured into wheelbarrows, and then brought over to the walkway section. As the concrete was being poured, two crew members floated and finished the concrete. Once all the concrete was out of the truck, 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 remit payment to the driver using his credit card. The walkway was finished in a timely manner and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by the staff at Quality 1st concrete. 

Work Requests From Union County, NJ
BRENTWOOD ROAD in Union
Need concrete for a footing then slab for an addition we will need approximately 26 to 27 yards total footing poured first then pad. please give me a cost for concrete
Tyler Street in Union
21×16 area. 4" deep
Tyler St in Union
I have 316 sq feet of patio.at 2.5 thick how many yard of mix concrete I need? and how much per yard & delivery.thanks
Hickory Road in Union
Concrete patio, 90 sf, 1.11 yards of concrete
LILLIAN TER in Union
I WOULD LIKE TO CEMENT MY BACKYARD 18FT WD AND 30FT LONG AT 9INCHES HIGH
Hueston Street in Union
It's 44'x4'x4"
May in Union
Need 3 yards of 35oo cement
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