Besides ready-mix concrete, other foundation materials are offered to be used for driveways, roadways, fill materials, masonry, or underlayment to support concrete. These include, readily available, different grades of gravel or sand, and washout; also, upon request and availability, dirt and a variety of limestone sizes.
Should you need assistance in the amount of material needed or the cost, we will be happy to discuss your job, answer any questions, and give you a free estimate. Please contact in
Gray at 985-869-6254 or Paincourtville at 985-369-6014
Concrete, our primary product, is a versatile, attractive, strong and safe product used in foundations and walls of many residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. Due to its durability and strength, as well as its safety factors and attractiveness, concrete is utilized also on many highways and bridges, parking areas, driveways, sidewalks, patios and other outdoor and landscaping projects. In some applications concrete is seen with different colorful designs and/or patterns. Ready-mix concrete offers the convenience of delivery to your project and is usually placed just where it is needed. Once your concrete needs are determined, our experienced sales personnel will be glad to answer any questions you may have.
Affordability of Ready-Mix Concrete
The purchase of concrete could be one of the best investments one can make in a lifetime. When designed properly and well planned, concrete will last for centuries well past most of our lifetimes. Just consider the use of concrete in earlier times to construct the still standing 2000+ year old Roman Colisseum in Rome, Italy. LeBlanc Brothers Ready-Mix Inc. provides quality concrete of different strengths and mixture designs with competitive pricing. Every effort is made to promptly deliver your scheduled order to your job location in a safe and courteous manner.
Our standard concrete mixes have been expertly designed and tested for quality by professionals in our industry. All mixes have been analyzed and tested for the amount of each ingredient to be used in the mix in order to achieve the utmost end result of the strength for which it was designed. A contractor on large projects may require several specialty design mixes for the application. These mixes sometimes may use speciality admixtures (an extra ingredient added to a standard mix) to achieve the required end result. Examples of commonly requested and known admixtures are fibers, accelerators, and retarders to name just a few.