About SEGA Ready Mix

SEGA ready mix produces and delivers…

SEGA ready mix produces and delivers a wide variety of different kinds of concrete to fit most any need. All concrete is designed to meet your job specifications whether it is residential or commercial footings, walls, slabs, sidewalks or patios.

We have two batch plants located in New Milford and Waterbury, Connecticut that can service many cities and towns. We are licensed and insured and have been in business for over 50 years. Whether you are pouring a small patio or a large commercial building we are ready to deliver. Our reputation for outstanding products along with impeccable service allows you to complete your project on time and with confidence at a fair price.

Prices are quoted by project on commercial jobs and by location on residential jobs. Volume discounts are available, and we accept all major credit cards.

Terms for customers with approved credit are net 30-days.

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November 17

Big or Small

We have handled pours that had to be carefully timed to make sure we didn't let the mixture run too long, we've handled pours for a garden shed. With 20 trucks all over Connecticut we are unique in our ability to serve your needs!

November 2

What is Ready Mix

Ready-mix concrete is concrete that is manufactured in a batch plant, according to a set engineered mix design. Ready-mix concrete is normally delivered in a transit mixer. You'll see our trucks all over the area.

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The pros and cons

Materials are weighed and combined using our state of the art batch plants, and the hydration process begins the moment water meets the Portland cement, so travel and placement time is of upmost importance. Some sites are just too far away, however the use of admixtures, retarders and fly ash can be added to slow the hydration process allowing for longer transit and placement time.

Concrete has a limited life span between batching / mixing and curing. This means that under normal conditions ready-mix should be placed within 60 to 90 minutes of the batching process to hold slump and mix design specifications. Modern admixtures and or set retarding water reducers can modify that time span. However, it is limited in scope. The amount and type of admixture added to the mix is very important.