About Eco Concrete

Quality Concrete,
Exceptional Service

Eco Concrete is located in Great Blakenham and is a leading supplier of quality, volumetric concrete to domestic and commercial customers in Suffolk.

We are the sister company to recycled aggregates supplier, J.T. Few, so you can be sure that the materials we use are of the highest standard, sustainable and friendlier for the environment.

We offer cost-effective and manageable solutions for all of your domestic, commercial and industrial concrete requirements. Our expert concrete technicians and modern volumetric concrete mixers provide you with flexible timescales and multi-mix deliveries, so you are always in control.

Our vehicles ensure your ready mixed concrete arrives to site in the freshest condition possible. All of our staff are trained and able to advise you if necessary and will work with the public and site managers competently to provide the very best standards of service for you.

No job is too small: You don’t need to be in the building trade to use us we can help you with your domestic DIY jobs at home too.

If you’re not sure, just give us a call and our qualified concrete technicians will be happy to support you.

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Meet Our Team

Jonathan Smith

Managin Director

Jonathan Smith

Managin Director

Jonathan Smith

Managin Director

Areas We Cover

Eco Concrete covers a wide range of locations throughout East Anglia, including:

  • Aldeburgh
  • Brantham
  • Bury St Edmunds
  • Clacton
  • Clare
  • Colchester
  • Diss
  • East Bergholt
  • Eye
  • Felixstowe
  • Framlingham
  • Hadleigh
  • Halesworth
  • Harleston
  • Ipswich
  • Kentford
  • Scole
  • Sudbury
  • Woodbridge
  • And more!
Eco Ready Mix Concrete
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Customer Testimonials

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Dale Smith

Home Owner
Good professional service. very helpful. would recommend.
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Daniel O'Keefe

Business Owner
Excellent company and really helpful, got stuck in with the lads on-site concreting.
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Karla Lynn

Home Owner
Service is second to non !! Westy and Damian are top drivers always willing to help out when they can , wouldn’t change to anyone else 👍 keep it up guys.

Frequently Asked Question

On-site mixed concrete is a type of concrete that is mixed and delivered to the construction site in a transit mixer or volumetric mixer, rather than being pre-mixed and delivered in a ready-mix truck.

On-site mixed concrete can be more cost-effective for small to medium-sized projects, as it eliminates the need for a large ready-mix truck and reduces the risk of over-ordering concrete. It can also be more convenient, as the concrete can be mixed to the exact specifications of the project and delivered directly to the construction site.

On-site mixed concrete is made by combining cement, aggregates, and water in a transit mixer or volumetric mixer. The mixer is calibrated to ensure that the correct amounts of each ingredient are added, and the concrete is mixed until it reaches the desired consistency.

It is important to ensure that the correct mix design is used for the project, and that the mixer is calibrated correctly to ensure that the right amount of each ingredient is added. It is also important to ensure that the concrete is mixed thoroughly to ensure consistent strength and durability.

Ready-mix concrete is pre-mixed and delivered to the construction site in a ready-mix truck, while on-site mixed concrete is mixed on the construction site using a transit mixer or volumetric mixer. Ready-mix concrete is typically used for larger projects, while on-site mixed concrete is more cost-effective for smaller projects.

Yes, on-site mixed concrete can be used for large construction projects, but it may not be as cost-effective as ready-mix concrete due to the increased amount of time and resources required for mixing and delivery.

The setting time for on-site mixed concrete varies depending on the mix design and environmental conditions, but it typically ranges from 1-2 hours.

The curing time for on-site mixed concrete varies depending on the mix design and environmental conditions, but it typically takes 28 days for the concrete to reach its full strength and durability.

Yes, additives such as accelerators, retarders, and plasticizers can be added to on-site mixed concrete to modify its properties and improve its performance. However, it is important to ensure that the correct dosage is used and that the additives are compatible with the other ingredients in the mix.