SERVING THE GREATER SACRAMENTO AREA,
West Sacramento, Citrus Heights, North Highlands, Rocklin, Antelope, Roseville, Lincoln, Natomas, Davis, Woodland, Pleasant Grove, Looms, Granite Bay, Rancho Cordova, Folsom, El Dorado Hills, Cameron Park, Latrobe, Rancho Murieta, Elk Grove and Galt.
ON SITE CONCRETE is owner operated and committed to helping you get the job done as quickly and as efficiently as possible. Our friendly service is our greatest advantage. When we arrive on your job site we can quickly inspect your site to see if there is any additional suggestions that may help make your job go more smoothly. We can help you with small jobs or large and even recommend pumping services and finishers.
COST EFECTIVE Our trucks are miniature concrete plants that have the ability to mix as much or as little concrete as necessary, when and where you need it. Aggregate, sand, concrete and water are stored onboard in separate compartments and are combined on site using our volumetric mixers. Our mixers eliminate waste because we are able to produce the exact amount needed for any size job. With conventional barrel trucks, you must purchase a minimum amount whether you need it or not.
OUR VOLUMETRIC MIXERS are rated at 70 yards per hour, and can produce at this pace while continuously supplied with raw materials on site. Because each Mixer is calibrated, it is possible to produce concrete that consistently meets or exceeds ASTM C-685 tolerances. The mix can be changed at any time while delivering a steady stream of concrete. Our mixers measure and combine just the right amounts of each ingredient to give you the best, most consistent mixture every time.
NO "HOT LOADS" With conventional barrel trucks, you never know how long the concrete has been on the truck and you may get what is known in the industry as a "Hot Load". As soon as water is added to concrete a chemical reaction takes place. The mixture will harden in a certain amount of time, no matter what. A "Hot Load" is one that has been mixing too long and is setting up. When it arrives you may be forced to pour weather you are ready or not. This can’t happen with On Site Concrete.