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Questions to Ask Cement Wholesalers

If you need to purchase a large amount of cement, then you might want to consider using a wholesale distributor instead of a retail store. Before you decide which company to use, though, you should consider asking the following questions. They should help you decide which company has the best products, services, and prices

  • Do you offer discounted prices for bulk orders?
    One of the big advantages of using a wholesale distributor instead of a retail store is that buyers often qualify for discounted prices. The specific discount that you get, though, might depend on how much cement, decorative stones, compounds, and other products that you buy. Look for a company that will offer you a significant discount for the quantity that you need to buy.

  • Does your company offer delivery services?
    Heavy bricks, cement mixtures, stucco, and stones can cost a lot of money to ship through a third-party company. Consider whether you can save money by purchasing your mixture from a distributor that offers delivery services. Keeping in mind your budget is always important for any project.

  • What other types of construction supplies do you sell?
    Construction contractors often find that they need to purchase a wide variety of brand name cement mixtures, decorative stones, mortar, and patching compounds. Using a company that has all of the materials that you need could help you qualify for larger discounts.

  • Do you sell cement mixers?
    Mixing cement and water is hard work. Look for a company that sells hydraulic mixers and other brand name machinery that will make your job easier.

    Coastal Cement Corporation Write review for this local business
    39 Drydock Ave, Boston, MA 02210
    (617) 350-0183  
    Lafarge North America Write review for this local business
    285 Medford St, Charlestown, MA 02129
    (617) 241-9040  
    Marmelo Bros Construction Write review for this local business
    13 Ventura Dr, North Dartmouth, MA 02747
    (508) 995-6582  
    Holcim US Write review for this local business
    201 Jones Rd, Waltham, MA 02451
    (781) 647-2501  
    St Lawrence Cement Write review for this local business
    139 Terminal Rd, Providence, RI 02905
    (401) 467-8411  
    Glens Falls Cement Co Inc Write review for this local business
    90 Eames St, Wilmington, MA 01887
    (978) 657-5733  
    Lafarge North America Write review for this local business
    82 Flanders Rd, Westborough, MA 01581
    (508) 366-9001  
    Freedom Cement LLC Write review for this local business
    24 E Brookfield Rd, North Brookfield, MA 01535
    (508) 867-6100  
    Ciment Quebec Inc Write review for this local business
    7 Johnson Rd, Bow, NH 03304
    (603) 228-1001  
    Rock of Ages Write review for this local business
    369 N State St, Concord, NH 03301
    (603) 225-8397  

    Cement wholesalers have an important task: to provide retailers, contractors, masonry professionals, and construction workers with quality products at a bulk discount. Some claim specialties, such as concrete additives and other mixtures, while others offer equipment, such as mixers that blend the cement with water and additives.

    The people who work in this business must be skilled in sales and business, with a knack for good communication. No specific educational background is needed for this profession, but many do keep up with industry economy news and are able to offer the very latest in natural, dry, wet, and other types of concrete at competitive prices. Some can refer customers to good contractors in their area, or to masons who can provide quality brick or stone work, decorative patios, patching, and driveways.

    A wholesaler, company, or distributor may offer repair on the equipment it sells. Wholesalers should also provide shipping and delivery for buyers, and many offer discounts on large quantity orders, which comes in handy for retailers and construction professionals. They may expect payment at the time services are rendered, or may offer a payment installment plan. Products can range from decorative pots and compounds to mortar and grout. Cement is a binder that is useful with stucco and brick work. Many wholesalers contract with customers to provide regular shipments of their favorite brand products.

    A cement wholesaler, distributor, or company may offer many services for customers, especially virtual ones. They may feature full-color online product catalogs of their hydraulic mixers, compounds, bonding agents, and natural cement. Prices typically vary by brand, and the more a customer buys, the more they save. Customers should expect to encounter attentive sales staff who can help them with the products and cement mixtures they need, while guiding them to the current sales and discounts.