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Welcome

easymix concreteWe are a well established company covering the Gloucestershire and surrounding areas.  Our product is Quality Assured to the most respected standard in the Concrete Industry,  that of QSRMC, "Quality Scheme for Ready Mixed Concrete".   This means our product is rigorously tested, sampled and examined, by internal and external auditors.  

 

We are the only volumtetric company in England to succesfully gain membership in the Quality Assured Scheme, giving our customers peace of mind.

 

We have a fully qualified team of experts who can give you the best advice on what sand and cement mix you need for the job in hand, they will then mix it on the day right in front of you.

 

NOTICE FROM EASY MIX LIMITED

CAUTION FOR EVERYONE HANDLING CEMENTITIOUS MATERIAL

Fresh cementitious material can cause serious burns to skin and eyes as well as skin disease and dermatitis. DO NOT swallow.  Keep out of reach of children.  Immediately wash off any fresh cementitious material from skin and thoroughly wash out any affected eye. If swallowed do not induce vomiting but seek immediate medical advice.
Wear protective clothing (goggles, gloves, impervious boots, trousers and long sleeved clothing).  Immediately remove any clothing or other item saturated with cementitious material and wash thoroughly before re-use.  Seek medical attention if any symptoms persist or in case of doubt.

MAKE SURE EVERYONE HANDLING OR COMING INTO CONTACT WITH FRESH CEMENTITIOUS MATERIAL RECEIVES THIS CAUTION AND INFORMATION

 

  • Ready Mixed Concrete & Screed
  • Long reach chutes swivel through 170 degree
  • Benefits to our custombers of 'on-site' mixed concrete
  • No need to order exact amount. Only pay for what you have
  • No danger of over or under ordering
  • Trucks in your area every day (Mon - Sat)
  • Gloucester
  • Cheltenham
  • Tewkesbury
  • Stroud

 

Easy Mix Ltd sponsor :Swindon village Bowmans FC and Cheltenham Saracens RFC

 

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