Ready Mixed Concrete & Mortar

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Our quick-to-use, cost-effective ready mix mortar is the perfect solution for building projects when time and budget are of the essence. With ready-mix concrete, there is no need to devote any time or resources to mixing raw materials. Offering guaranteed quality, our bulk bag ready mix mortars are manufactured to the highest quality to ensure optimal results. 

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Whether you are completing a large-scale project at an industrial or agricultural level, or need to fix a small domestic issue - cement mix and mortar mix ensure the ultimate convenience. 

With its wide range of uses from pointing brickwork to stone repair and rendering, as well as filling holes or setting posts, mortar mix is the perfect solution for a vast range of construction projects. 

Benefits of Using Ready Made Mortar Mix

  • Ready-to-use mortar simplifies concrete mixing, minimising waste 
  • Ready-mixed mortar is perfect for foundations, driveways and brick and block laying
  • Primarily used for bedding bricks and blocks to form walls and other structures
  • Quality assured - takes out the guesswork of making mortar yourself 
  • Tested in line with British and European standards
  • Suitable for application both above and below the damp-proof course
  • Delivered to site ready to use 
  • Requires no further mixing
  • Excellent workability
  • Exceeds minimum strength requirements

For further information, please refer to individual product pages. 

Frequently Asked Ready Mixed Concrete & Mortar Questions

Why Should I Buy Ready Made Mortar Over Traditional Cement Mix?

Ready-mixed concrete is crafted with the finest quality materials and under rigorous standards, ensuring that you receive a superior result every time. 

Not only does it save time when compared to traditional methods of mixing cement, but it also requires far less labour. 

How Long Is Ready Mix Mortar Workable For Until It Completely Sets? 

Following the addition of water, quick action is required to lay and level the ready mix concrete. You have roughly 1-2 hours before its workability significantly diminishes; otherwise, you'll be left with a far less malleable product.

What Is The Difference Between Cement and Concrete?

The terms concrete and cement are usually used interchangeably in conversation, but they differ significantly. Concrete is the rock-like material we're all familiar with - a combination of paste, sand and coarse aggregates (gravel). Upon curing it creates the incredibly strong rock-like mass we recognise today in many structures - both old and new. 

Cement, more accurately referred to as Portland concrete, serves as the adhesive that binds aggregate particles together. Cement gives strength and hardness to concrete through a chemical process known as hydration: when it combines with water in the mixture. In actuality, this process carries on for many years after installation; thus, signifying that ancient structures are even sturdier than their recently-built counterparts!

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