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Made in USAAs a family owned and operated business we pride ourselves on quality and service. All of the materials utilized in the manufacturing of our concrete are made in America. We manufacturer redi-mix concrete for the commercial, residential, industrial, civil and institutional sectors. We currently service the North Jersey and Lower Hudson Valley markets with our four strategically located plants.

All of our plants carry the same materials affording you the same quality concrete from any of our locations. We have built our reputation on our commitment to providing quality service, so whether you are a homeowner needing as little as a single yard of concrete or a contractor requiring hundreds of yards, you will find the quality of service the same regardless of the size of the order.


Salomone Redi-Mix recognizes the inherent value in aggressively supporting sustainable construction initiatives. Through the use of supplemental cementitious materials in concert with the use of recycled materials we are able to reduce CO2 while extending the life of our natural resources.

Through these initiatives we continue to contribute to the building of projects that are environmentally responsible and cost-effective.

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Curing is one of the most important steps for concrete and one of the most neglected. Poor curing of a 4000 PSI mix can result in a 2000 PSI mix at the surface. We highly recommend a quality Cure and Seal compound that will protect your concrete while it hardens and beyond. All exterior concrete should be sealed.  If plastic is used instead, it should be placed without any wrinkles to avoid discoloring the concrete. Stapling the plastic to the forms can help with this.
Concrete is a perishable product, so speed of the pour is very important. This will protect the concrete and help you avoid additional charges for truck time. It’s best to have the truck be able to get close to your formwork and be able to discharge the concrete directly into the forms. If this is not possible, the concrete can be conveyed from one area to another with a variety of methods. 
Forms for the concrete are very important to get right. The first consideration for forms is exterior concrete slabs is that they will need to be set (pitched) at an angle to avoid water puddling on the concrete and drainage problems. A minimum angle of 1/8 inch per foot should allow water to flow off the slab and away from existing structures.
The more concrete within the forms, the more pressure that will be applied to them. You’ll want enough reinforcing stakes around your forms to protect the forms from bowing or blowing out entirely.
The use of high range water reducers will eliminate the need to add water on site in order to create a workable slump. Additional water added on-site will lower the quality of the concrete. If you add 1 gallon of water to a properly designed 3000 PSI mix you will reduce the strength by 200 PSI, you will increase the shrinkage potential by 10%, and you will decrease the resistance to attack by deicing salts.
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