Concrete is a valuable material for a number of reasons; it’s durable, visually pleasing, and flexible. However, waiting for it to cure can increase downtime on-site. At Graham’s Precast Concrete Products, we pour concrete off-site for diverse applications on the Coffs Coast. Whether you’re after sloping headwalls for a civil construction site or reed beds for your commercial premises, we’ve got you covered.
Contact us or ring (02) 6632 2978 to organise a free, no-obligation quote. With 4 crane trucks at our disposal, your order will arrive promptly and ready-made for use. We ensure business continues to run as usual!
All our products are compliant with Australian Standards. We also hold certificates of accreditation by the NSW Department of Health for septic tanks and collection wells.
Having been in the industry for over 40 years, we understand our client’s needs and the costs involved with caring for their livestock. Our precast concrete products offer great value for money. They’re highly durable, so you can save on replacements in the long run. We provide precast concrete cattle grids, as well as feeding and water troughs. Choose from a variety of sizes and shapes. We have trough styles to suit all spaces—narrow and fenced.
Our troughs feature smooth edges to reduce animal abrasions and are heavy enough that they can’t be knocked over by pushy stock. You can also select protective rings for our larger options. These rings will prevent your cattle from standing inside the trough and wasting water.
To enquire, get in touch with our friendly team. We can custom-build concrete troughs to suit many different animals, including sheep, pigs, ducks, horses, chickens and otherwise.
When buying a cattle grid, there are several factors you should consider. This includes:
Concrete septic tanks separate floatable materials and solids from your wastewater. The liquid is discharged from the tank into the soil through underground-perforated pipes or chambers. Essentially, it removes nasty bacteria from sewage and redistributes safe water into your soil.
Yes! Reed beds are an effective and relatively low-cost wastewater treatment. They reduce carbon during excavation, because soil can be banked rather than transported off-site, and remove unhealthy microorganisms in wastewater. Afterwards, the treated water can be repurposed for gardens or grassed areas on your property.
You should estimate your cattle’s daily water requirements, considering whether it’s a dry period or not. Then, estimate your water supply, including the quantity and quality. There are online tools to assist you in this process. With this information, you can determine the number of water troughs you’ll need in each paddock.