CONCRETE PUMPING IN GRANT COUNTY THAT YOU CAN COUNT ON
"Working with Gra-Rock was the best experience I ever had working with a concrete company." -Troy Beachy
GRA-ROCK has excellent concrete and awesome service! Best concrete I have used in a long time!
We used Gra-Rock on a new house built in the last year. Even though we are not regular contractors, they still were on top of it when scheduled. If you're looking for concrete, call Gra-Rock.
Your concrete project is our project.
We know you want your concrete project to go as smoothly and quickly as possible.
And when the sun is shining, you don't want to waste time waiting for a late pump truck operator.
That's why we guarantee that our concrete pumping and conveyor services in Grant County will be on-time and come with an experienced driver.
Why work with Gra-Rock?
1 phone call delivers the concrete mix and pumping you need for your project
Over 15 years of concrete experience
Experienced drivers and machine operators
Available hand tools for rent
Concrete materials for purchase that we can send with our trucks
Contractor rates available
No matter what you are hoping to do with a concrete boom, pump, or conveyor, the team at Gra-Rock is ready to make your next job easier, faster, and more efficient.
Call us today; we'd love to make your concrete project in Grant County stress-free!
How much does ready mix concrete weigh?Although it varies on the exact mix, concrete generally weighs 150 lbs per cubic foot or 4,050 lbs per cubic yard.
How fire resistant is ready mix concrete when dried?Because no components of concrete are combustible, concrete can withstand fire fairly well. Most concrete can withstand fire up to 800 degrees F.
What is the best way to get concrete spatters off a vehicle without damaging the paint?The first attempt should be using a high-pressure washer. If washing doesn’t work, brush a light solution of water and muriatic acid (20:1 water to acid ratio) on the concrete spatter. Avoid putting the mixture on the vehicle paint. When it is finished fizzing, thoroughly rinse with water. You may need to do this process several times, but it should remove the concrete.
Will hand-held cutoff saws make a clean cut through ready mix concrete when they cut through rebar?As long as a diamond blade is used, cutoff saws can cut through rebar fine. It may be necessary to use water to keep the blade cool if doing excessive cutting.
What is the difference between a “cubic yard” and a “square yard” when referring to ready mix concrete?A "square yard" refers to only the top surface area, and it is found by multiplying length x width. A "cubic yard" refers to volume, or the total amount of concrete being used. It is found by multiplying length x width x thickness.
If mixing concrete by hand, how can I make the mixture stronger?"Make sure the base is properly prepped with rebar. Add a shovel full of straight cement or fly ash to each wheelbarrow load.
How can fresh-dug footers be protected when heavy rain is predicted and the concrete is not poured?Protecting freshly-dug footers depends on each unique situation, but there are several options depending on the area, size, etc. Several options: place a pump before the rain comes, dig a relief drain at the base, set up diversions if possible, or cover with plastic if it is a small area.
Gra-Rock Redi Mix and Precast provides contractors in Grant County, Indiana, with the tools and services they need for a successful concrete job. This includes our concrete supplies, pumping services, conveyor services, and redi-mix concrete delivery. When it comes to your concrete project, nothing less than the best is good enough for the Gra-Rock team.
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When it comes to concrete tools, services, cement, and anything else you need to make your project a success, Gra-rock is ready to meet the challenge and help you succeed at your Grant County job site.
We understand the frustrations of having supplies, cement, and other things arriving at the job site late.
That's why we work hard to make sure all our services are delivered on schedule and by experienced operators. Whether it's our concrete pumping or conveyor systems, you can be sure that working with our team is easy and efficient!
Fairmont Historical Museum
James Dean Gallery
Marion Splash House
Grant County’s Garfield Trails
Quilter’s Hall of Fame
Located in central Indiana, Grant County has over 65,000 people in a land area of 414 square miles. Important paleontological discoveries have been made in the Pipe Creek Sinkhole. the birthplace and hometown of James Dean, an iconic and legendary movie star born in 1931.
We provide our concrete pumping services to all cities and boroughs in Grant County, including
Gas City, Jonesboro, and Marion (county seat).
We also service a variety of other townships and unincorporated communities, including Fairmount, Fowlerton, Matthews, Swayzee, Sweetser, Upland, Van Buren, Arcana, Cole, Farrville, Fox, Friendly Corner, Hackleman, Hanfield, Jadden, Michaelsville, Normal, Radley, Rigdon, Roseburg, and Weaver.
We offer construction to all zip codes in Grant County, Indiana, including 46928, 46930, 46933, 46938, 46987, 46986, 46989, 46991, 46953, 46952, and 46957.
As the Grant County Chamber of Commerce states, “The Chamber is a comprehensive group of businesses and organizations dedicated to fostering a healthy and vibrant local economy. To cultivate an environment for business growth and sustainability, the Chamber has pledged to provide business support, networking opportunities, advocacy, educational and peer outreach for the business community. The Chamber with its 350 members representing approximately 11,000 individual employees, is a voice that is well respected within the community.”