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Ten strategic locations throughout the Central Ohio Region.

Quality

Our quality control department and test lab facility will insure your concrete meets the specs of your project.

Integrity

If we say we will do something, consider it done.

Competitive Pricing

We may not be the cheapest but we will deliver value to every project we are on.

Service

A large fleeet of mixer trucks available to meet the requirements of your specific project.

Concrete in Columbus Ohio

The Concrete Industry in the Columbus Area is made up of many players that may serve multiple roles in making sure the construction engine in Columbus runs efficiently.  Concrete Suppliers that deliver ready-mixed concrete. Construction contractors who utilize concrete on Commercial and Residential projects that are changing the landscape in our region for the benefit of the community. 

Not all ready-mix concrete is created equal. How this mixture is done makes all the difference. We take great care in making certain our concrete is mixed the right way to eliminate uneven mixing. This ensures that our concrete sets strong, durable and blemish-free.

Ready-mix concrete has a limited lifespan, thus working with a supplier like 1-800-CONCRETE will ensure that the delivery is done within minutes of our batching process. A guarantee that smaller ready-mix suppliers simply cannot make.

We help you calculate the exact cubic yards needed for the job so that you don’t have unnecessary overages, and more importantly so that you have the right amount to complete the job.

Learn more about our Ready Mix Concrete in Columbus

Finding a concrete supplier to supply a project is pretty straight forward in your area you know who the key suppliers are in your home market but what if you are looking to grow and expand your reach. Finding a concrete supplier that checks all the boxes can be a challenge. Do they have the infrastructure (mixer trucks, strategic locations for efficiency, and knowledgeable staff) to assist with my requirements and last a product line that will fulfill the needs of my project? First, who are the players and why should they be the one to supplier our project.

 

1-800-CONCRETE has made due diligence a little easier. We know who the key concrete suppliers are in the majority of the major markets. Do you have an upcoming job in the Columbus Area or need one last quote for a warehouse pour in Grove Port, We have you covered. We have partnered with market-leading concrete suppliers like Buckeye Ready Mix to take the headache out of finding great concrete suppliers for your upcoming concrete project.  

1-800-CONCRETE delivers ready mix concrete in The Columbus Area of Ohio. We deliver ready mixed concrete via our concrete producing partner Buckeye Ready Mix. Our partner delivers concrete to Columbus, Delaware, Grove Port, New Albany, Scioto, Marion, Reynoldsburg, Dublin, and Westerville. If you need concrete delivered in the Greater Columbus Area give us a call at 1-800-CONCRETE.  Concrete can be delivered to all kinds of construction projects including residential jobs – Driveways and Patios, Pool decks and outdoor living areas.  If you are a contractor looking for a concrete supplier for footings and concrete walls we can be your source for that as well. Learn why we should deliver your concrete.

When you have done thousands of residential concrete jobs, you can’t help but see a pattern in the needs of customers. We have seen all kinds of residential concrete related projects. We are experts in driveways, outdoor living spaces, and new home foundations. Let us help design concrete mixes that will provide long term strength and value.  

Though concrete is known as a tough and durable material, the latest home decors utilize decorative and fine finish qualities in concrete.  Colored concrete is used as a durable and elegant flooring and it’s also used for countertops. An advantage of using concrete for custom finishes is concrete’s flexibility since it can be custom-sized and shaped to any kitchen configuration, for example.

We work with contractors and with interior designers to make your renovation vision a reality.

Our representatives can help you select the ideal finish for your house. Learn more about our residential concrete services in the Columbus Area.

Commercial Concrete projects in the Columbus Area region keep our concrete supplier Breckenridge Materials busy daily throughout the year. No job is too large or too small. We offer batching and continuous mixing that allows for large quantities when a single product is to be mixed and smaller batches when different formulations are needed.

Let us quote an upcoming project for you. We have a long history of providing concrete that performs to your expectations.  We can help you deliver value to all kinds of commercial concrete projects in Columbus. Institutions Jobs like Universities and Hospitals to Warehouse Facilities for distribution and storage, new retail projects and renovations. We have the know-how to make your commercial project a success. 

We have an impeccable reputation for delivering the best quality at competitive prices to meet your project goals.

Our infrastructure investment permits us to provide fast dependable service in concrete design, concrete build, formwork, reinforcement, pumping, finishing, trucking, and shotcrete. Having all the resources in-house allows us to stay on time and on budget. We have decades of experience in commercial concrete. We’re local and our commercial concrete specialists are always ready to serve.

You have concrete questions and we have answers!

Are there different kinds of Concrete?

Concrete has two basic categories; Interior and Exterior. Interior concrete is used where freezing will never occur and Exterior concrete is used in areas that may or will experience freezing. Exterior concrete contains an admixture known as air entrainment. This product, when added and mixed properly in the batch, will produce countless numbers of microscopic air pockets. These pockets allow space for the moisture drawn into the concrete to expand when moisture freezes. A glass bottle, when filled to the top, capped and placed in the freezer, will shatter. When a glass bottle is only filled partially and frozen, the shattering of the container will not occur. This is due to the fact that the liquid in the container has room to expand within the container as it froze. The air pockets within “air entrained” concrete will allow for expansion in a similar fashion.

Concrete can also be categorized as footing mix and slab mix. The differences inherent in these two is based upon the mix strength. This strength is a factor of the amount of cement placed in each cubic yard. a 2,500 psi mix is a basic footing mix. Higher strength mixes, 3000, 3500, 4000, 4500 and so on, have more cement in the mix design. In addition, footings are placed at a greater thickness ( approximately 10 to 12 inches) and do not require as much cement. Driveways and sidewalks are placed at a thickness of approximately 3 to 4 inches and more cement is needed to bring about strengths needed to support vehicles.

General Concrete Questions

Is concrete a viable alternative in the Northeast with our hard winters?

Although our winters are tough on all surfaces, concrete is an excellent alternative to the traditional blacktop driveway. It also has the distinct benefit of far more flexibility in terms of colors or patterns. It does require some special care and treatment however which has a significant impact on the longevity of the surface life. We carry both Xypex and Sealtech products in an effort to make sure that we provide you with the total solution.

Can concrete be colored or dyed?

Actually, the coloring of concrete has become a very popular application in the northestern United States. It is actually becoming common also to “Stamp” the concrete into certain forms or designs such as stone or brick. If you visit the information Toolbox you will find links to a couple of different websites showing a number of different possibilities.

What is the Pitting of my Concrete caused by?

This “Scalling” or pitting as you refer to it is in many cases being caused by the desicion of the city, county and in some cases the state, to change the type of salt that they use to try and make our roads more passable in the winter months. Although they do the best they can in general, often there is not enough testing done on the various structures in the area before decisions are made. The properties of the current salt are such that as we warm a bit, they are able to eat into the surface of the concrete and create a very unappeling surface condition.

Are there different kinds of Concrete?

Concrete has two basic categories; Interior and Exterior. Interior concrete is used where freezing will never occur and Exterior concrete is used in areas that may or will experience freezing. Exterior concrete contains an admixture known as air entrainment. This product, when added and mixed properly in the batch, will produce countless numbers of microscopic air pockets. These pockets allow space for the moisture drawn into the concrete to expand when moisture freezes. A glass bottle, when filled to the top, capped and placed in the freezer, will shatter. When a glass bottle is only filled partially and frozen, the shattering of the container will not occur. This is due to the fact that the liquid in the container has room to expand within the container as it froze. The air pockets within “air entrained” concrete will allow for expansion in a similar fashion.

Concrete can also be categorized as footing mix and slab mix. The differences inherent in these two is based upon the mix strength. This strength is a factor of the amount of cement placed in each cubic yard. a 2,500 psi mix is a basic footing mix. Higher strength mixes, 3000, 3500, 4000, 4500 and so on, have more cement in the mix design. In addition, footings are placed at a greater thickness ( approximately 10 to 12 inches) and do not require as much cement. Driveways and sidewalks are placed at a thickness of approximately 3 to 4 inches and more cement is needed to bring about strengths needed to support vehicles.

What are concrete dyes?

 Although stains have received much applause for their amazing color transformations, dyes deserve equal kudos. These underrated coloring agents can achieve vibrant tones simply not possible with stains alone.  “Dyes can get the applicator into more vibrant colors such as yellow, blue, and purple to name a few,” says Bob Harris, president of The Decorative Concrete Institute and author of Bob Harris’ Guide to Stained Concrete Interior Floors. “The nice thing about working with dyes is that you can mix them at the jobsite to obtain your desired color. Dyes are often used in conjunction with acid stains to produce a variegated look and, in most cases, complement the already stained floor.”

What strength concrete do I need for my driveway?

We recommend a 4000 PSI strength for all exterior concrete.

Why does concrete crack?

The wet concrete will have a loss of volume as the concrete “sets” and continues to harden. This loss of volume occurs as shrinkage. That sets up tensile stresses causing cracks in concrete. Concrete cracking can be controlled but almost never eliminated.

How do I control cracking?

Concrete needs to be jointed to account for the shrinkage that will occur. Joint placement is determined by the thickness of the concrete.

How long should I stay off my new concrete?

A properly cured 4000 PSA mix should generate enough strength to drive on in seven days

 

Concrete Delivery Columbus

Where do you need concrete today?

1-800-CONCRETE DELIVERS HIGH PERFORMANCE GRADE CONCRETE

Let 1-800-CONCRETE deliver concrete to you project in Metro Columbus.  We can assist you with you concrete needs, give you some great ideas, and provide you with concrete suppliers in your area for your next construction project in the cities of:

  • Columbus
  • Delaware
  • Scioto
  • Lancaster
  • Johnstown
  • Lockbourne
  • Marion
  • Marysville
  • Newark
  • Upper Sandusky
  • West Jefferson
  • New Albany
  • Hillard
  • Grandview Heights
  • Canal Winchester
  • Powell
  • Westerville
  • Dublin
  • Pickerton
  • Reynoldsburg

Local Order Hotline

614-964-9746

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1-800-CONCRETE supplies commercial grade concrete

Let 1-800-CONCRETE with the assistance of our ready mix concrete partner Buckeye Ready Mix  give you some great ideas for your next Commercial or Residential  concrete project in the Central Ohio area.  Including the cities of Columbus, Newark, Delaware, Dublin, Groveport, Lockbourne, Scioto and West Jefferson

This is where we Excel

  • OHDOT Projects
  • Warehouse and Distribution Projects
  • Concrete Parking Lots
  • Concrete Parking Structures
  • Concrete Foundations
  • Residential Driveways & Patios

Let us quote your next Project.  Call us @ 1-800-CONCRETE 

Concrete Delivery Columbus OH

To order Concrete call:
1-800-CONCRETE

Ready Mix Sales Quotes – Serving Columbus and
Reynoldsburg Area
Contact Randy Painter

Phone: 614-206-6432

e-mail: Randy Painter

Ready Mix Sales Quotes – Serving Delaware Area
Contact: Kevin Hill

Phone: 614-206-6429

e-mail: Kevin Hill

Ready Mix Sales Quotes – Serving Marysville and West Jefferson Area
Contact: Vern Flowers

Phone: 614-206-6433

e-mail: Vern Flowers

Ready Mix Sales Quotes – Serving Lockbourne
Lancaster Area
Contact: Mike Schrader

Phone: 614-206-3434

e-mail: Mike Schrader

Ready Mix Sales Quotes – Serving the Johnstown
Newark Area
Contact: Greg Starling

Phone: 614-206-6426

e-mail: Greg Starling

Ready Mix Sales Quotes – Serving the Upper
Sandusky/Marion Area
Contact: Kevin McCoy

Phone: 419-310-0133

e-mail: Kevin McCoy

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Let 1-800-CONCRETE with the assistance of there ready mix concrete partner Buckeye Ready Mix give you some great ideas for you next Commercial concrete project in Central Ohio including the cities of Columbus, Newark, Delaware, Lockbourne, Scioto, and Grove City.

Lets talk about your upcoming project. Call us @ 1-800-CONCRETE

Divisions of competence

  • OHDOT Projects
  • Warehouse and Distribution Projects
  • Concrete Parking Lots
  • Concrete Parking Structures
  • Concrete Foundations

 

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Let 1-800-CONCRETE and concrete partner Buckeye Ready Mix give you some great ideas for you next residential concrete project in The Central Ohio including the cities of Delaware, Newark, Lockbourne, Grove City, Westerville, and Lewis Center.

Lets talk about your upcoming project. Call us @ 1-800-CONCRETE

We can help make your project look great!

  • Concrete Driveways
  • Concrete Patios and Pool Decks
  • Concrete Sidewalks and Pathways
  • Concrete Countertops and Flooring

1-800-CONCRETE DELIVERS TO:

Residential Jobs * Commercial Jobs * OHDOT Projects

Look for us in your community

Columbus Delaware Lancaster Johnstown Lockbourne Marion Marysville Newark Upper Sandusky West Jefferson New Albany Hillard Grandview Heights Canal Winchester Powell Westerville Dublin Pickerton Reynoldsburg Grove City Grove Port Gahanna Upper Arlington Worthington Whitehall Blacklick Bexley Heath Varina London

Our Local Supplier

 Our concrete supplier Buckeye Ready Mix has concrete plants in strategic locations of Central Ohio to service the needs of the construction industry in and around the Columbus Region.

In addition if you are looking for qualified contractors to help you with you construction project give us a call we can help 1-800-CONCRETE will make the difference in your next concrete project in the Columbus Ohio Area.

Let the concrete professionals at Buckeye Ready Mix assist you with your concrete needs in the Columbus Ohio area. Our staff is trained to help you make your next concrete project a success. We offer insight into what latest products available are to make your project a success in metro Columbus,OH.

Need a Concrete Contractor for Your Job?

Feel free to give us a call, we can help, 1-800-CONCRETE.

Concrete Plant Locations

  • Columbus
  • Delaware
  • Johnstown
  • Lancaster
  • Lockbourne
  • Marion
  • Marysville
  • Newark
  • Upper Sandusky
  • West Jefferson

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