3000-4000 PSI Mixes

The 4000 PSI mix is the most common for both residential and commercial projects. This mix can be used for everything from driveways to sidewalks and foundations. When properly placed and cured this mix will develop a strength of 4000 pounds per square inch (PSI) or more. However, depending on strength requirements and exposure to the elements, 3000 – 3500 PSI mixes are also available. If you are unsure which mix to use please feel free call any of our plant managers. They will be glad to talk about your project and discuss your options.

Glass Reinforced Fiber Concrete

Concrete Network on Glass Reinforced Fiber

Grout Mixes

We have a variety of grout mixes available on demand.

Flowable Fill

This is a mix made of sand, cement, and fly ash used to fill areas and achieve 100% compaction. It is used to help fill the subgrade or to replace "bad dirt".

Lightweight Concrete

This is a mix designed for additional levels of structure (i.e. a second story floor, a hospital, or a school). It allows for a lesser weight concrete to be suspended overhead, thus reducing the weight on the structure. This is made with expanded shale in place of limestone rock.

Colored Concrete

Colored concrete is available with 2-3 days notice. Please allow time to talk with our plant managers about your project and view color selections.

See more examples of what colored concrete can do below:

Wash Out Material

This is a byproduct of concrete. It is created from the leftover concrete that remains on a mixer after a job is completed. It is then dried out and stockpiled.


We have a variety of different types of gravel to serve your needs, including:


  • CA-16 (3/8" chips)
  • CA-11 (1" clean)
  • CA-6 (1" minus)
  • CA-5 (1 3/4" clean)


  • FA-1 (Concrete Sand)
  • Masonry (fine sand)

Decorative Rock

Small & Large Hickory & Wabash

Concrete Sealers

Sealers are often used to penetrate into concrete and protect it from water and other chemical absorption. They also improve the durability of the exterior concrete to help protect against freeze-thaw damage.

Concrete Tools

  • Trowels
  • Hand Floats
  • Bull Floats
  • Edgers
  • Nail Pins
  • Wood Brooms
  • Expansion Joints
  • Concrete Caulk
  • Machine Blades
  • Rebar
  • Rolls of Plastic
  • Knee Boards
  • and more...

Please call any of our our plant managers to inquire about other concrete items you may be interested in.