About our Mackay concreters


Concreting Civil Crane — Concrete Service in Nindaroo, QLD
When you’re looking for a concrete service, you want the very best. That’s why you should call Flash Concreting for fast, affordable and high-quality Mackay concreting services. From new home foundations to renovations or industrial tilt panels, our team has the experience, dedication and technical knowledge to get the job done right every time.

We work on all domestic, civil and industrial projects throughout the region. Our team can pour concrete for house slabs, foundations, shed slabs, waffle slabs and kerb and channelling. We can also do all site preps, steel fixing, form setting and place & finish of concrete. For your convenience, we work with a range of concreting materials to achieve the desired aesthetic. These materials include exposed aggregate, plain concrete and coloured concrete.

Our team is committed to quality and delivering the highest levels of workmanship. To ensure we meet these high standards we use a range of reliable equipment and machinery to create strong concrete constructions that will hold up through the years. Our equipment includes a Bobcat, excavator and 8 tonne tipper perfect for excavation and final prep of sites before concrete pours. We also offer our equipment for hire at a reasonable price.

At Flash Concreting, we understand the needs of local businesses, industrial sites and civil clients as we are locally owned and operated. Benefit from our many years of experience and in-depth knowledge of the Mackay, Bowen Basin and Whitsundays regions for concreting work performed to the highest standard.

Talk to our friendly and professional team today for a free quote. We are fully licensed and complete all projects to Australian standards.

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At Flash Concreting, we’ve compiled some of our most commonly asked questions and answers below. Don’t see your question here? Contact our expert team.
Q: How long does concrete take to dry?
A: Concrete dry time can vary depending on numerous factors, including the thickness of the concrete pour as well as the weather and humidity. The type of concrete material used will also play a role. On average, it takes a day or two for concrete to set. To reach 70% hardness can take about a week, and to reach full strength will take about a month.
Q: What is exposed aggregate and what is it used for?
Q: What are the main benefits of using concrete?