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Are you having trouble transporting wet concrete to hard-to-reach areas? Our Miami, FL concrete pumping service is your perfect solution!
At AYL Veliz Pump Corp | Concrete & Pump Service, we have the equipment and expertise needed to pump your concrete wherever it needs to go! We’re available on short notice and provide responsive, friendly and reliable service that will keep your job running on-time and on-budget without any hassles.
Our concrete pump can transport concrete to areas concrete mixers can’t reach, and our team handles all aspects of setup/breakdown of our equipment and operation of our pump, so you can focus on getting your job done safely and efficiently. Reduce your labor costs and eliminate the extra work of transporting concrete manually with help from Ayl Veliz Concrete Mix Pump and Finish!
Concrete pumping is a more efficient way of pouring concrete, using a machine to transfer liquid concrete.There are two basic types of pumps that are used, concrete ‘boom pump’ and the other is commonly called a concrete ‘line pump’ or concrete trailer pump.
What Is Concrete Pumping?
The boom pump uses a remote controlled robotic arm to place concrete where it needs to go, and they’re often used in large construction projects. Concrete boom pumps are able to pump concrete at high volumes and are extremely accurate, which is why they are used for larger projects.The line pump uses flexible or steel hoses attached to the outlet of the concrete pump and linked together to wherever the concrete needs to go. This type of pump is usually used for interiors where concrete boom trucks can’t get to. Concrete line pumps are also better suited for smaller jobs like swimming pools, ground slabs and sidewalks.
More about our Concrete Pumping Services in Miami
Ayl Veliz Concrete Mix Pumpand Finish FL provides high quality line pumping services and operators for the Miami-Dade and Broward construction market. Locally owned and operated, our concrete pumping team takes great pride in treating every job as a special opportunity. We are constantly maintaining our equipment to more effectively serve our customers. Regardless of project size or timeline, our dedication to exceeding customer expectations makes us a clear choice for all your line pumping needs.
What Makes our Concrete Pumping Services Stand Apart?
- We have many years of experience in the Miami, Flodira concrete construction market
- In most cases, we can adjust our concrete pumping schedule to meet your scheduled concrete delivery times from local concrete plants.
- We save you money. Concrete line pumping trucks are considerably cheaper compared to large boom trucks.
- We save you time. We can typically empty a cement truck in about 20 minutes.
- We are Family owned and operated. We were born and raised in the Miami-Dadeconcrete construction market.
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Why use a concrete line/trailer pump?
A line/trailer pump can keep your labor costs down by requiring less employees to be on the job site. The pump can go where concrete mixers cannot go. You can guide the hose as needed for each application or location for the placement and finishing of your concrete. We help you get the job done in a safe and cost-efficient manner.
What information will I need to provide?
How much does it cost?
Contact us at (305) 988-0268 for advanced scheduling or (954)451-8496 for immediate service with your job details and we will go over our prices with you then. Each job could be different and this may affect your end cost.
What payment methods do we accept?
We accept cash, all major credit cards and company and/or personal checks.
Can concrete be pumped uphill?
Concrete can be pumped uphill, downhill, through small openings, across long distances, and around and under obstacles. Just let us know what you require and we will be able to help.
Why is some concrete not able to be pumped?
Concrete is made up of many different ingredients. Certain mixes such as exposed concrete have a significantly higher proportion of large rocks than a normal mix or duramix. The extra rock content can bind in our hoses, preventing us from pumping. Also, other types of non-pumpable concrete could include mix designs with too much sand.