At Graham’s Precast Concrete Products, we strive to minimise downtime for your business. We can design and build pre-mixed concrete headwalls, septic tanks, reed beds and otherwise, while you focus on more important tasks. Using one of 4 crane trucks, we’ll deliver your order anywhere in Tweed Heads and provide an installation service. Our experts are with you from start to finish!
Fill out our online form or call (02) 6632 2978 to get started. We offer no-obligation quotes, at no charge. If you have a specific design in mind, let us know!
For peace of mind, our team is certified. They also undertake regular training. We adhere to strict Australian Standards, ensuring safe, high-quality products every time.
Graham’s Precast Concrete Products has been around since 1982! Due to our extensive history, we understand the deep bond farmers form with their livestock and what products they need to provide the best level of care. That’s why we produce reliable watering and feeding troughs, as well as cattle grids.
Precast concrete troughs are too heavy for stock to push over. They also withstand rain, hail, shine, and frost. If you want a permanent trough that remains visually pleasing, then precast concrete is the clear choice. Our sizing range and designs are as unique as your livestock.
Our concrete grids accommodate heavy farm machinery and vehicle traffic, whilst deterring adventurous cattle. You’ll be able to control the movement of your herd and effectively manage the land (by ‘roping off’ recovering paddocks). To keep your cattle safely confined, get in touch. We have a Structural Design Certificate for Grids, so you can rest easy knowing your products are structurally sound.
Signs to look out for include:
For additional protection, we recommend purchasing a ring for larger troughs. This will prevent cattle from jumping in the water and accidentally damaging the float.
It’s recommended that you regularly clean your water troughs, at least every two weeks, to prevent algae build-up.
This depends on whether your tank is treating all waste, as well as the number of rooms in your household or commercial building. Typically, a building with 5 or less rooms will need a smaller septic unit. For advice, contact your local provider.
If you’re experienced and have a permit from your local council, then by all means have a crack! But septic tank installations can be difficult and time-consuming. It’s recommended you hire a licensed plumber.