Are you planning a concrete project and considering a delivery from Tippers Precision Concrete? If so, you might have some questions about the expectations and the delivery process. To help you better understand what to anticipate, we’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions and answers about concrete deliveries from Tippers Precision Concrete.

What is the expected offload time for a concrete delivery from Tippers Precision Concrete?

The offload time for a concrete delivery typically takes up to 1 hour. However, this can vary depending on the amount of concrete you order and the complexity of your project.

How do they offload the concrete?

Tippers Precision Concrete offers a “Straight Tip” delivery, which means they discharge the concrete directly from the truck chute. The concrete is poured straight out in a relatively controlled manner, usually extending to a distance of roughly 3 meters. This method is ideal for precise placement in your project. Alternatively we pour directly into a concrete pump. Pumping service is available for an additional cost.

Who is responsible for laying the concrete after the delivery?

Tippers Precision Concrete focuses solely on delivering high-quality concrete to your location. They do not provide concrete laying services, as their expertise lies in the transportation and supply of concrete. You will need to have your own team or contractor in place to lay the concrete.

Can the concrete be offloaded into a wheelbarrow?

Yes, you can request to have the concrete offloaded directly into a wheelbarrow. However, it’s important to note that you, the customer, are responsible for supplying the wheelbarrows. This option can be advantageous for smaller projects or situations where precise placement is required.

Will the concrete truck wash off after delivery?

Yes, Tippers Precision Concrete ensures that their trucks are equipped to wash off any concrete residue after delivery. This practice maintains the integrity of their equipment and helps prevent concrete buildup, which can affect future deliveries.

It’s essential to keep in mind that while the trucks are equipped to wash off, the final cleanup of the job site is typically the customer’s responsibility. This includes cleaning any spilled or excess concrete in the work area.

In conclusion, when you choose Tippers Precision Concrete for your concrete delivery, you can expect a smooth and professional experience. They provide flexibility in offloading options, whether you need a straight tip, into a pump or delivery into wheelbarrows, and they prioritize keeping their equipment clean. Remember that while they take care of the delivery aspect, you should have your own team or contractor in place for concrete placement. By understanding the expectations and process of a concrete delivery, you can ensure that your project runs smoothly and efficiently, from start to finish.

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