> I did a qrz.com lookup for you and see you are in NC. Most places have a
> 5 yard minimum and either charge you for 5 yds whether or not you use it.
> A few may give a few bucks off, but the mud is going to be very expensive
> for a 2.2 yd load.
> Mixing that much concret in a wheelbarrow sucks and to do it right is
> going take a long time. I strongly recommend a mixer for about $45 a day.
> amount of gravel and sand you will have to bring to your site is
> formidable. Then you have to unbload it from the truck and then fill the
> mixer. To
> mix and pour 2.2 yards with a helper should take no more than half a day.
> My recommendation: Find some "honey dos" like a new walkway, patio, etc.
> to do at the same time so you can use a full 5 yd delivery. Better yet,
> put up a second tower!
Or, do they have those haul-it-yourself (U-Kart is the brand around
here) plants that put 3/4 yard or so into a trailer you tow to your job
site. Not as good as a monolithic pour, but a heck of a lot better
than 15-20 1/6 yard mixer loads.
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