Can I do this myself?
We recommend that you have helpers working with you. You don’t want to reach the 2 hour mark and still have lots of concrete still to empty. The sooner you can get the concrete set in place the better. If you’re pouring a slab or sidewalk we also recommend that you have one person return the trailer while the other continues finishing the concrete surface.
Do I have to wash the trailer?
Yes wash out the trailer as best as you can with your garden hose before returning it.
How much does the trailer hold?
Our trailers from 1/4 yard to 1 full yard of concrete
What do I need to pull the trailer?
This depends on how much concrete you need….You will require a 2” ball and ball mount as well as a trailer light adapter. Generally a ½ ton pickup can tow a yard of concrete
Do you take reservations or book trailers?
If you want to guarantee a trailer for a specific day and time we recommend booking a trailer and we encourage you to call a head. Regardless of a reservation or not we’ll do our best to get you back to your job as quick as possible. Usually calling 1-2 days s ahead of time is plenty but if you don't have an appointment we'll do our best to get you back to your job-site as quickly as possible.
Do you have rental tools?
Yes we have trowel, floats, edgers, seamers, finishing brooms, wheel barrows, hoes and bull floats.
Do you have delivery?
Yes we can arrange deliveries but you may need to book deliveries in advance as we can't guarantee same day delivery requests.
How do I unload the trailer?
The trailer has a cylinder operated by a hand pump. Lift the trailer half way up, open the door and start hoeing or shoveling the concrete into a wheel barrow. Continue jacking up trailer as you go.
What can I save by buying from Tow n Go Concrete?
A yard of concrete from Tow N Go Concrete is roughly $200.00 per yard. To make a yard with ready-mix bags would cost close to $250.00 plus you need to mix 54 bags of mix by hand or add the cost of renting a mixer.