Logical Concrete deliver to Peterborough and surrounding areas.

You can contact us by:
Telephone: 03304 600 900
E-mail: sales@logicalconcrete.com
Post: Logical Concrete Ltd
Pasture House Farm Quarry,
Willow Hall Lane,

Or by visiting our contacts page.

Logical Concrete is supplied in cubic metres, from 1 cubic metre upwards in 0.5 cubic metre quantities. Once you have your measurements use our Concrete Calculator to work out how much you need.

One cubic metre of Logical Concrete will weigh approximately 2.4 tonnes, this will vary a little depending upon the type of mix and materials.

The mix you should order is dependent upon the application you intend using the concrete for. Different mixes are suitable for different applications.

If you require any assistance or advise please contact us on 03304 600 900.

Width: 2.5 metres overall width (not including mirrors) / 2.85 metres overall width (including mirrors)
Length: 8.7 metres
Capacity: 8.0 cubic metres
Total weight: 32 tonnes

In cases where the truck mixers cannot reach your project, then alternative methods such as pumping or dumper hire may be necessary.

Normally a minimum of 24 hours notice is required for concrete deliveries, however there may be occasions when we can accommodate your delivery in less time. The more notice you can give us, the greater the choice of delivery times available. Call 03304 600 900 to discuss your requirements.

We accept most major debit or credit cards and you can also pay by bank transfer. This needs to be in our account and clear before any delivery is despatched.

Please check that a safe and adequate access has been provided – see Truck Mixer Dimensions. We may request you sign an indemnity if access from the roadway is considered unsuitable.

Make sure all those coming into contact with the product use appropriate safety equipment and protective footwear/clothing. Concrete is an alkaline and abrasive product and can cause burns and skin disease, see Health & Safety data sheets.

Once Water is added to the mix at the plant, the chemical reaction commences and concrete starts to set between 1-2 hours from then. Setting times are dependent upon local weather conditions and the type of concrete ordered.

The concrete will require protective curing to prevent problems such as cracking, typically using a spray-on membrane or covering with plastic sheeting as soon as possible after placing.