SC&E can cater for all your concrete needs.
Mini Mix Concrete Service
“Select Concrete and Exposed” can cater for all your concrete needs. Committed to providing a comprehensive range of concrete solutions, the dedicated and knowledgeable team at “Select Concrete and Exposed” proudly offer mini mix concrete services to homes and businesses across Melbourne. Our fleet of mini mix concrete trucks can deliver high-quality concrete promptly to your site for any size project.
Our concrete trucks carry a minimum of 0.4 m³ up to 3.2 m³ and are small enough to accommodate hard to access commercial
and residential sites.
Concrete Pumping Services
Did you know that “Select Concrete and Exposed” can organise a concrete pumping truck to cater for any concrete project. With our parent company “Select Concrete Pumping” on call, no job is too big or small! Call our team for the right advice and an obligation free quotation.
Call us today on 9560 7398.
Our Concrete Pumping Partners
Did you know that Garden Gear is proudly partnered with Select Concrete Pumping.
We can help with all your concrete pumping needs from boom pumps to line pumps. Ask your friendly staff in house for further assistance.
What can Mini Mix be used for?
Here are some examples of the types of projects Mini Mix Concrete service can cater for:
Retaining Wall Foundations
Fence and Post Settings
Paths and Walkways
Garden Shed and Garage Slabs
Swimming Pools and Water Features
Alfresco Tiled and Paved Areas
Our Standard Concrete Range
You can calculate how much concrete you need for your construction project using this calculator that works in International System of Units or metric units (meters and centimeters) of measurement.
Square or Rectangle
(Length x Width x Depth)
The area of a square or rectangular garden is easy to calculate. Simply multiply the length by the width by the depth or use our simple volume calculator.
Circular π r2 x Depth
Circular areas are also easy to calculate. Simply multiply 3.1415 (π) by the radius, by the radius again, by the depth or use our simple volume calculator.
A triangle is calculated by multiplying the base by ½ height or use our simple volume calculator.