Welcome to Lake Country Concrete Pumping
Hello, my name is John. I have nearly 20 years experience in the concrete industry.
At Lake Country Concrete Pumping, we strive for excellent customer service, always being on time to scheduled meetings, arriving on the job site when promised with an experienced pump operator and well maintained equipment specific to each jobs requirements, so that our jobs are completed smoothly and effortlessly. Our flexible hoses and maneuverable vehicles are able to pump concrete and shot-crete in many locations that are not accessible with concrete trucks and concrete boom pumps. Our fully adjustable line pump offers direct placement of concrete, without re-handling, resulting in faster placement, less labor, higher quality job, and lower costs.
Feel free to contact me John Wess Jr, Owner/Operator.
Why pump instead of dump?
Save Time & Labor
A concrete pump delivers concrete faster and more accurately than any other method. Less time is spent in site preparation and excavation, a backfill is easier and faster. A three person crew can pump a job in one hour that would usually take five workers two and a half hours to pour.
Reduce Property Damage
Huge ready mix trucks are capable of damaging personal property or overhead lines. Bringing them
close to the excavation site can be risky. Their weight can crush driveways, sidewalks, patios,
sewer lines, water lines and more. They can damage lawns or other access points requiring extensive landscape repairs post-project. Pumping eliminates most of the damages, leaving the ready mix truck safe at the curb with the concrete pump.
Stay on Schedule
Pumping places concrete accurately and efficiently regardless of weather or jobsite conditions.
Concrete pumps provide more predictable unloading times. Steady flow from the pumps increases finisher productivity. Timing is the most critical part of concrete placement.
Increase Volume of Concrete
It is faster to pump than dump! Pumping also allows for more precise placement.
Savings in labor, damage and schedule mishaps all add up to cash savings for you. More efficient and safer workflow at the job site will help you complete projects better and faster and with less man-power.