Happy Mothers Day from Six Brothers Concrete Pumping.
Please enjoy the "MOM" made up of our boom pumps. See ABC13 News story about how Six Brothers Concrete Pumping in La Marque offered an early Mother's Day gift for the first mom who was able to locate its concrete pump trucks arranged to spell "Mom."
About Six Brothers Concrete Pumping, Boom or Line Pumping
Six Brothers Concrete Pumping is the best choice for all types of line concrete pumping in the Houston metro area. We utilize either a boom pump or a line pump. The line pump can pump concrete up to 70 yards per hour. Our 1,000 feet of hose should be able to meet all your needs for pumping grout to the back of your house, into your basement and any residential and more industrial requirements. For industrial customers, our seven inch cylinder trailer pump should easily be able to deliver concrete to the upper floors of your job or into the deepest basements. The business was founded by Joseph Lowry and yes, all five of his brothers have been in the concrete pumping business. If you cannot get the concrete truck's chute to the pour area, then consider using our ground pump pumping service to move the concrete. We love Saturday work and we love concrete pumping jobs all over Houston and south to Galveston.
Joseph Lowry is ACPA (American Concrete Pumping Association ) certified for 8 years. He has over 13 years experience in concrete pumping and has also been in the concrete delivery business. Six Brothers is the only company in the area who can state that all of its operators are ACPA Certified (American Concrete Pumping Association).
Six Brothers Concrete Pumping is insured for several million covering both our company and the job site. This insurance covers both commercial building sites and residential customers. Concrete pumping is extremely safe, but if something happens, we all need insurance.
Six Brothers Concrete will give a 10% discount to military. In addition Six Brothers Concrete is a proud donor to the Wounded Warriors Project. See thank you letter to Six Brothers Concrete from the Wounded Warriors Project. If you would like to donate to the project click here to go directly to the Wounded Warrior website.
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