Your concrete FAQs answered by our experts in the West Midlands

Answers to the most common concrete FAQs

The main advantage of using Accumix is that we mix all concrete at your site, so you get the right amount and only pay for what you use.

1 cubic metre of concrete weighs approximately 2.4 tonnes which equates to approximately 30-35 full wheel barrows. If you need to work out volume please refer to our Calculator.

Our fleet of modern vehicles are all the same size. You can view this on our Vehicle Size page. However, if the vehicle is too large to fit on your drive we have a long chute system or concrete pump to provide the solution.

All Accumix vehicles carry one wheelbarrow available for our customers’ use. We would, however, recommend that you provide your own wheelbarrow of a construction type. Concrete is heavy and its movement can be difficult without the right equipment.

Accumix do not wheelbarrow the material, but we will mix directly into your wheelbarrows. This takes approximately 3 seconds per wheel barrow to fill. We suggest that you supply one person per cubic metre when considering wheel barrowing concrete.

Accumix Concrete produces various mix designs to suit your application. If you are unsure what mix is required our friendly staff will be able to provide you with guidance, simply ring us before hand on 0845 601 4828.

We provide various methods of payment to our customers:

  • Debit Card
  • Personal Cheque (up to ¬£500)
  • Cash on Delivery

If you have any other enquiries, please call our West Midlands team today!

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  • Operating throughout Worcestershire, South Birmingham, Staffordshire and Wolverhampton.

On this page, you can find a list of the most common concrete FAQs asked by our customers. For more information, contact Accumix Concrete in the West Midlands.