If you’re a civil contractor, you know concrete curing stalls construction. Why waste time and money waiting? Instead, call the team at Graham’s Precast Concrete Products on (02) 6632 2978. We design and manufacture a variety of concrete products at our Kyogle workshop and can deliver it to your jobsite, ready for installation. We’re not kidding when we say our turnaround times are quick—on average, we distribute roughly 600 products every month!
Our team does not sacrifice quality for quantity. All our products comply with Australian Standards. We’re even certified by the NSW Department of Health for our septic tanks and collection wells.
Ready to take wastewater treatment to the next level? Combine your new septic tank with our precast concrete reed beds. You can use the treated water for flourishing gardens and lush lawns.
Whether you’re a poultry farmer or horse breeder, you need to invest in premium troughs. Our water and feeding troughs are available in different sizes and designs, specially made for your livestock. Using precast concrete ensures your troughs will withstand general wear and the elements. They’re rust-resistant, sturdy, and customisable. Other benefits of our water troughs include:
Most cattle farmers routinely move their stock to manage the land. Stop your cows from munching on recovering pastures or straying too far with our cattle grids. We use precast concrete with additional strengthening methods, meaning these grids can handle heavy vehicle and agricultural machinery traffic. Contact us for a free, no-obligation quote. We can install grids anywhere on your Kyogle farm.
If you have any queries, get in touch with our passionate team.
Yes! Unlike fibreglass and plastic options, concrete septic tanks are watertight. This makes them a popular choice among home and business owners looking for long-term wastewater solutions.
It’s recommended that you remove weeds from your reed beds on a regular basis, ensuring maximum efficiency. The plant also requires pruning and sometimes uprooting or thinning out.
A float cover protects the float from damage and subsequently prevents overflows that result in muddy and uneven ground.
Algae needs water, sunlight, and a nutrient source to grow. These nutrients can come from manure, animal saliva and other organic materials. That’s why floats, protective rings and shade covers are crucial in the upkeep of your water troughs.