I used one of those types when I poured my tower base and guy anchors.
They are usually small businesses with 1 or 2 trucks.
He keeps VERY busy around here with all the mud, trees and steep grades.
He was slightly cheaper than a "redi-mix" company.
Since the owner actually came out and did the pour.. He was very flexible
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rick Bullon" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, October 31, 2003 8:54 PM
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Concrete Options
> Hello All
> I don't know if this company is nation wide or not but the is a concrete
> company local to me called American Concrete. This company brings a truck
> to the site with all the dry ingredients and mixes to your specs on sight.
> The advantage is that you only pay for what you use and the driver can
> change the mix as needed on the fly, and the truck is smaller because the
> mixing drum is smaller than a regular concrete truck. I would guess the
> truck was the size of a med size dump truck.
> Check around in your area and see if there is a similar company.
> P.S. if any one would like the number of the company in Texas I will look
> up and sent it to you via email
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