Services

 
 
 

Full Service Contractor

 

 
Anthony Hatchman Concreting handles all types of residential, commercial, and industrial concreting jobs, regardless of the size, scope and complexity. From concrete foot paths, house slabs and pool decks to form work and everything in between.
 
 
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Our concreting experience includes:

 
 
 
  • Block laying
  • Foundations
  • House slabs
 
 
 
  • Shed slabs
  • Footings
  • Foot paths
 
 
 
  • Path ways
  • Pool surrounds
  • Block retainer walls
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
As a full service concreting company, we can carry out concreting work for residential, commercial and industrial purposes. Whether you’re looking for a patio or drive way at your home, a private commercial or public car park, we can help. Our inventory of equipment includes excavators and compact Bobcat excavators, these are available for wet hire only.

If you require a service that is not listed here, don’t hesitate to ask us about it. We’re also happy to arrange a consultation or quote for you.
 
 
 
 
 
 

FAQ

 
Read through our frequently asked questions to learn why concrete may be the right choice of material on your next renovation or construction project. If you have questions related to the company and what we do, please chat with us. We’re always happy to answer your questions about residential, commercial and industrial concreting.
 
What is the difference between cement and concrete?
 
Concrete and cement are often used interchangeably. However, cement is just one component of concrete. Concrete is a mixture of paste and various aggregates. The paste is portland cement and water while the aggregates are gravel, sand and crushed stone. It’s these coarse aggregates that make concrete a durable material.
 
 
 
Is concrete a popular choice in construction?
 
What is the average lifespan of your concrete?
 
Will concrete make my building energy efficient?
 
Is it cheaper to build a home with concrete?