TYPES OF WORK:
We provide concrete line and boom pumps services for all size of construction projects. Whether its a small domestic job, or medium size commercial and even large government projects. Concrete Pumping Co Perth has got you covered.
We pump all types of work including driveways, pathways, residential house slabs, piers, carparks, suspended slabs, multi-story developments, railways, bridges, cavity walls and core fill.
Access can always play a part in determining the success in pumping your concrete job. If there are access issues with height or width please let us know over the phone so we can arrange an inspection to come see the job.
All of our staff have years of experience operating line and boom pumps. This ensures on the day of the pour the pump is situated in the safe and correct spot.
Safety is our number 1 priority along side your job running smoothly. So to ensure the job runs smoothly out staff will always like to plan along side the builder/concreter/owner on what we think the best position and set up for the pump is.
All staff make sure the whilst the job is underway that we keep the site a clean as possible. When clean up occurs we always make sure we leave like we found it, CLEAN!
All of our machinery goes through extensive routine maintenance to ensure break downs dont occur on your building site. We also take great care with safety surrounding all machines are all of them are up to industry standards.
Booking a Line or Boom Pump:
Please call us know to book a pump with Perth Concrete Pumping.
If your not sure on the right pump, please advise on the job description and we will tell you the right pump to fit your job. Just let us know some details and we answer all questions give you advice on the best way to approach the job.
Having the following information will aid us in giving you advice:
- What type of job is it? Driveway, Car park, Cavity wall etc.
- What type of access does the job have? Road, driveway, laneway? etc
- What is the volume of concrete to be pumped (cubic metres)?
- How much line or boom is needed to run the concrete to the area of the concrete pour.