At NexGen Ready Mix, we use extensive industry experience, careful planning, and innovative equipment to alleviate the process. Many people think it is as simple as spreading gravel, pouring asphalt, or laying pavers, but it is much more complex. Here are the reasons DIY concrete jobs need to be corrected.
Improper Preparation & Incorrect Tools
Ready mix concrete is prepared in a controlled environment and customized to meet your specific construction specifications. If the mix is not prepared correctly or doesn’t meet professional standards, you will likely incur issues with the pouring process, compromising the quality of the concrete finishing.
A significant downside to DIY concrete projects is incorrect tools, resulting in an uneven surface full of holes, cracks, and bumps. The reality is that concrete pouring is time-sensitive, and any delays can affect the results. Our highly-trained concrete contractors prepare the concrete in a controlled batching unit and deliver it to your construction site on time, ensuring you meet set deadlines.