24 Hour Concrete On Demand
Servicing Bryan, College Station, Brazos County and the Surrounding Areas
Save Time, Save Money and Gain Total Control over your concrete placement
Only Pay For What You Use
Tucker Concrete trucks batch concrete onsite as you use it. This means you only pay for the exact amount of concrete you use.
24 Hour Availability
Need concrete at 7pm? No problem. 2am? Not a problem. Tucker Concrete is open 24 hours a day to serve you when you need us.
Frequently Asked Questions.
What's the difference between a ready-mix truck and a volumetric concrete truck?
Ready-Mix concrete trucks are the concrete trucks you are probably used to seeing driving down the roads. These trucks are loaded at a concrete plant with all the materials used to make concrete. Once all the material is loaded, the truck's barrel spins to make concrete. The amount loaded into these trucks at the plant is ready to place concrete that will need to be placed usually within 90 minutes from batching.
Volumetric Trucks are loaded at a concrete plant with all the materials to make concrete. The difference is, that each material is kept separate on the truck so that the concrete has not been mixed and therefore, has not began setting up. Volumetric trucks mix your concrete as you place it. This means that your concrete is completely fresh. The trucks on-board computer can adjust everything about your mix, as you are pouring, allowing for complete control over your fresh concrete.
How are volumetric trucks cost effective?
Volumetric trucks are cost effective in many ways, but here, we'll cover two of them:
Volumetric vs. Bagged Concrete:
Bagged concrete is a great option when you are filling a fence post hole or two. However mixing a yard of concrete and more becomes a very expensive and time consuming task. You would need 45 bags of concrete at $3.50 per bag and would need to rent a hand mixer for about $100/day. Instead, you can call us and get the exact concrete you need in minutes, rather than hours.
Volumetric vs. Ready-Mix
Ready-Mix concrete suppliers rely on volume to stay in business. Because of this, short-load fees are charged when small amounts of concrete are ordered because it costs more for a ready-mix plant to dedicate a truck for a small amount of product. Volumetric trucks thrive selling smaller amounts concrete to customers, having a slightly higher price per yard, yet still cheaper for smaller pours because of the lack of short-load fees.
Can a Volumetric Truck Pour Two Different Concrete Mixes?
Since volumetric trucks mix concrete as you need it, our trucks can change the content of concrete on the fly. So don't worry about accidentally ordering the wrong mix design.
How do I schedule a concrete delivery?
To schedule a concrete delivery you can either fill out our online form by clicking "order concrete online now" above, or by calling to schedule. You will be asked to pick a range of times so we can work your order into our system. You will then receive a call from a team member confirming the time your delivery is set for.