Concrete Pump Hire Monument
At Ashville Concrete we offer Concrete Pump Hire and surrounding areas. Our Concrete Pumping fleet consists of both Line and Boom Pumps, which mean we can serve commercial, utility and domestic clients.
For domestic clients we offer the ability to pump ready mix concrete to those hard to reach areas such as your new rear extension, new basement, path or shed footing. Ordinarily a line pump is used for this and we can pump up to 100 meters.
Alongside Concrete Pump Hire Monument, we also offer:
Commercial projects use both our line and boom pump services. Line pumps can be used to reach footings or underpinning areas to the rear or lower levels of the site. Boom Pumps can be used to create slabs on elevated levels or just to reach an inaccessible location. Our Utility and Highway clients often use line pumps when reinstating Public highways. Generally a C35 – C50 Ready Mix Concrete mix is used.
We charge for Concrete Pump Hire in four hour intervals. This gives us enough time to set up to serve the projects requirements and allows for multiple pours. We can generally offer service the same or next day. We operate 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.
It is our promise to use only the best cement in all our Ready Mix Screed and Ready Mix Concrete mixes. Although this is not the most cost effective method it does ensure the highest quality product. We welcome cube testing from exterior testers alongside our own regular testing.
Concrete Pump Hire Uses:
- Under Pinning
- Highway reinstatement
Our fleet and pumping equipment is state of the art and regularly maintained. We are very proud of our fleet and our achievement of FORS Gold status. All our vehicles have the latest safety equipment and are tracked to ensure we know where they are at all times.
We offer Concrete Pump Hire Monument, however, on request provide just the Pumping services. When booking you will need to ensure you have adequate access for the vehicle. This is generally around 4 parking spaces. We set up all the pipework ourselves in preparation for the Ready Mix Concrete Lorry which generally arrives about an hour afterwards.