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Every job is important to Eagle Rock Concrete. Each day we produce concrete for driveways, foundations, patios — you name it. This portion of our website has been designed to answer any questions or concerns you may have about jobs that require concrete. To make sure you order enough concrete to complete your project, please go to our concrete volume calculator. Our minimum order is 1 cubic yard (cy) or 27 cubic feet (cf).

What should I do before ordering concrete?

Several items must be addressed before you place an order for delivery. Since Eagle Rock Concrete is a ready-mixed concrete producer, it is important to schedule a concrete finisher to place the concrete. Call us first and we will be happy to assist you.

Set up a method of payment for the concrete. Eagle Rock Concrete accepts the following:

  • Credit card — must be processed through our dispatch office prior to shipping the order. 
  • Cash on delivery — drivers are to be paid before concrete is poured.
  • Open an account through a salesperson. Download Our Credit Application

Places to look for concrete finishers are:

  • Any Eagle Rock Concrete team member can provide assistance
  • Internet search
  • Word of mouth

Ensure access to the job site for the Eagle Rock Concrete delivery trucks. When fully loaded, our mixer trucks weigh approximately 30 tons and require 14’ of height clearance and 10’ in width.

Schedule Your Eagle Rock Concrete Delivery

Call your local Eagle Rock Concrete customer service representative at 919.596.7077 with the following information:

  • Your name
  • Delivery address and/or lot number
  • Phone number
  • Type of project: flatwork, footing, etc.
  • Amount of concrete needed
  • Strength of concrete desired
  • Date & time of delivery
  • Method of payment

An Eagle Rock Concrete sales representative would be happy to help you with this process. Just call (919) 596-7077.

How You Can Install Concrete

It is highly recommended that you have a professional handle your concrete installation needs.

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