READY MIX
CONCRETE

Ready-mix concrete (also known as RMC) is essentially concrete that is specifically made for delivery from a central plant. Each individual batch of ready-made concrete is completely bespoke and is custom-made based on the clients’ requirements.

Once the mixture is ready, it’s transported to the job site in a truck mixer, which keeps the concrete agitated to prevent it from setting. The concrete can then be transferred directly from the truck mixer into the forms or moulds where it will be used, or into a concrete pump for easier distribution. Ready mix concrete has been the foundation of our business, and we love servicing all of Orlando with their concrete needs.

Whether it’s a residential foundation, a commercial structure, or an infrastructure project, ready mix concrete delivery provides a range of concrete mixes tailored to meet diverse specifications, including strength, durability, and specialized applications.

Our pre-mixed concrete can be used for a multitude of purposes, this can include: house building, home extensions, conservatories, basement conversions, paths, flooring slabs, foundations, footings, shed bases, driveways, drainage and fencing, external paving as well as industrial and agricultural applications.

Whether it’s a residential foundation, a commercial structure, or an infrastructure project, ready mix concrete delivery provides a range of concrete mixes tailored to meet diverse specifications, including strength, durability, and specialized applications.

Ready Mix Concrete benefits from a seamless and customer-focused experience. The company’s team collaborates closely with contractors and builders, offering expertise in selecting the most suitable ready-mix concrete for each project. Clear communication and a commitment to customer satisfaction ensure that deliveries are precisely coordinated with construction timelines.

Concrete pumping

Concrete pumping involves moving a fresh mix of concrete to a designated spot on a site, whether it’s a backyard of a residence or the foundation area of a housing project. It’s the go-to method when large quantities of concrete are required. Choosing concrete pumping not only saves significant time but also reduces manual effort. While using a wheelbarrow might seem cost-effective initially, after manually transporting a couple of loads from the truck to the desired location, you’ll likely find yourself wishing for the efficiency of a concrete pump.
Concrete pumping stands out as the most streamlined, effective, and secure method for transporting concrete within a construction location. At Mad Max, we specialize in offering top-notch concrete pumping solutions to clients in central Florida. For further details, please contact us, and we’d be delighted to assist.

One of the key strengths of Mad Max, our ready mix concrete is its ability to tailor concrete mixes to the specific requirements of each project. Whether a construction site demands high-strength concrete for structural elements or a specialized mix for decorative applications, ready mix concrete delivers solutions that align with project specifications. 

THE COMPACT 4M TRUCKS ARE OPTIMIZED FOR PROJECTS WITH TIGHT ACCESS OR WEIGHT RESTRICTIONS, WHILE OUR SPACIOUS 8M TRUCKS CATER TO LARGER-SCALE NEEDS.

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READY MIX
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Ready mix concrete is a type of concrete pre-mixed in a batching plant before being delivered to a project site. Cement, aggregates (such as sand, gravel, or crushed stone), water, and any necessary additives are mixed together in the plant to create a concrete mix.
Once the mixture is ready, it’s transported to the job site in a truck mixer, which keeps the concrete agitated to prevent it from setting. The concrete can then be transferred directly from the truck mixer into the forms or moulds where it will be used, or into a concrete pump for easier distribution.

The amount of ready mix concrete you need depends on the size of your project. To determine the volume, measure the length, width, and depth of the space you want to fill in cubic feet or meters. As a tip, always order a bit extra to account for overages or errors in measurement.

A 1:2:3 concrete mix refers to the ratio of ingredients used. This means 1 part cement, 2 parts sand, and 3 parts aggregate. This mix provides a strong and durable concrete, suitable for most general-purpose applications.
It’s always best to give us as much notice as possible, preferably at least 48 hours. This ensures that we can schedule and deliver your concrete when you need it.
Before our delivery, ensure the area is clear of debris and obstacles. Set up formwork where needed, ensuring it’s sturdy and level. Also, provide clear access for our delivery trucks, and if there are any specific site restrictions, let us know ahead of time.
The cost of ready-mix concrete can vary based on factors such as the mix design, quantity ordered, and any additives required. Please contact us directly for a detailed quote tailored to your project.
After the concrete arrives, it’s advisable to pour and start finishing within 1 to 2 hours. The setting time can vary based on the specific mix and environmental conditions. It’s crucial to start working with the mix as soon as possible to ensure optimal results.
Cement is a binding material, often a powdered substance, that, when mixed with water, becomes paste-like. When mixed with aggregates (like sand and gravel), it forms concrete. In essence, cement is a component of concrete.
Yes, we can cater to sites with restricted access. However, please inform us in advance about any access issues, so we can plan the delivery accordingly, whether by using smaller trucks or other specialized equipment.

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