At last there’s an alternative to bulk delivery of ready-mixed concrete that doesn’t mean manual mixing. Mixamate provides the happy medium – a super-convenient service that supplies concrete when you want, where you want, and in whatever quantities you need.
It’s the most flexible concrete delivery service there is. Mixamate mixes on site to your actual requirement – not your rough estimation.
For answers to many of the common questions we are asked by our customers including about screed please take a look at the FAQs below.
Additionally, for anything that is not answered here and for concrete delivery prices, please visit our contact page to get in touch with a dedicated member of our Mixamate team, who would be happy to help you further.
I'm not sure how much concrete I need, can you help me?
Surveys have shown that even professional builders can over or underestimate the amount of concrete they need by up to 40%. Often it’s only possible to make a rough guess, but a rough guess is all we need. You can even use our Concrete Calculator to help you. Phone us with just an approximate idea of how much you’ll need and we’ll be there fast, ready to mix the exact amount of concrete needed to suit your requirements.
I only need a very small amount of concrete... will you deliver this amount?
Our minimum delivery charge is 1 metre – although if you need to use less you can use less, so we’re the ideal delivery service for small and medium sized jobs like driveways, garage bases, garden paths, footings and oversites.
How much concrete can you deliver?
Our system guarantees the maximum efficiency for the minimum trouble. Our unique purpose built Mixamate vehicles carry enough cement, aggregate and water to mix up to 10 cubic metres in a single delivery.
Isn’t it cheaper to mix the concrete myself?
Mixamate can be far more cost efficient than mixing it yourself. Mixamate saves you the expense and inconvenience of hiring equipment, estimating the amount of raw materials you need and allocating valuable labour to mix concrete. Remember, one cubic metre of concrete weighs over 2.5 tonnes or over 20 full barrow loads which involves a lot of hard work. If you’ve over or underestimated the amount of materials required for the job you also have a big problem.