Midway Mini-Mix Concrete Garden & Building Supplies

Concrete--Pre-Mixed - Bacchus Marsh, VIC

Open 7 Days - Servicing All Northern, Western & Inner Suburbs.

Bacchus Marsh VIC 3340

Mobile service provided in area
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Mini-Mix Concrete
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Decorative Concrete
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  1. About Us

  2. Products and Services

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  4. FAQs

About Us

With over 35 years of experience in decorative concrete, Midway offers not only experience but technical expertise.
As a specialist in concrete, garden and building supplies, Midway opens a world of choice through its fabulous selection of products and displays. Our goal is to supply our customers with not only materials, but also inspiration. Midway is an all-Australian, family-owned business with 35 years of experience in the northern and western suburbs of Melbourne.

Large Selection

Our outdoor display of all concrete paving is the largest in Victoria and showcases every outdoor solution you can think of. We also have a large range of quality sands, soils, pebbles and rocks and our friendly staff are here to assist your needs.

We run a quality controlled concrete plant and can travel anywhere to deliver our services. We are open 7 days a week for your convenience.

Concrete, Gardening & Landscaping Supplies

Midway offers a wide selection of designer concrete and materials for the construction of garages, extensions, fencing, driveways, cross-overs and walkways. We have an extensive gardening and landscaping department which offers a wide selection of enhancing materials including fencing, paving, pebbles, sand, bark, mulch, soil and stylish garden sculptures.

A World Of Choice

Midway is a leader in the Melbourne concrete market and offers a world of choice through its fabulous selection of products and displays. Whether you need plain, coloured or decorative concrete, we have a full range to suit your every need. We also supply stencils, colour hardeners, concreting tools, brickies' tools and additives.

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ABN
88 022 702 036
Also listed under
Sand, Soil & Gravel--Retail

Products and Services

Brand

Mini Mix, Readymix

Service

Batching, Maxi Trucks, Mini Trucks

Hours of Operation

Open 365 Days, Open Monday - Friday, Open Saturdays, Open Sundays

Service Option

24hr Turnaround, Delivery, DIY, Free Quotes, Quotes, Same Day Service

Kind

Coloured, Decorative, Exposed Aggregate, Faux Brick, Foundation, Oxides, Slate Impression

Type

Commercial, Construction, Engineering, Industrial, Landscaping, Marine, Residential

Place

Barbecue Areas, Block Fillings, Driveways, Footings, Foundations, Kerbs, Paths, Pools, Roads

Payment Concern

Contract Rates, Factory Direct

Assurance

Australian Made

Ownership

Australian Owned, Family Operated, Family Owned, Independently Operated, Independently Owned, Locally Operated, Locally Owned, Owner Operated

Additional Locations

Showing 68 locations in 1 states

FAQs

  • What is cement and how is it made?

    Cement is a complex chemical glue. When mixed with water, and any other inert durable material such as: sand & stone, it will set as hard as rock and remain extremely durable to impact, heat, abrasion and weathering. Another interesting characteristic of cement, is that it does not require air to set hard. In fact it will go hard under water or even in space provided sufficient moisture is available to react with the cement powder.

  • What is concrete and how is it made?

    Concrete is one of the oldest building materials known to man. It is extremely strong, durable and able to be moulded into virtually any shape you can imagine. It is made by mixing together: cement (this is the glue that holds everything else together), stone (also called aggregate), sand, and water. Other ingredients such as specialist chemicals, colour pigments, steel & plastic can be added to further enhance its mechanical properties.

  • What can concrete be used for?

    Concrete is extremely versatile and is used to construct mass structures such as high or low rise buildings, bridges, columns, beams, pipes, wall panels, internal and external floor surfaces. Floor surfaces made from concrete are usually the most notable structures as they often incorporate a myriad of decorative finishes that enhance their appearance.

  • Can I design my own concrete?

    Of course! The performance aspects of the concrete you choose are designed for you. So you don't have to worry about strength, durability & other technical stuff. Your task is to focus on the finished appearance of your concrete. With Midway Decorative Concrete you can choose:The type of finish (exposed/polished), The decorative stone (aggregate) of your choice, & the colour of the surrounding paste by choosing colour from our pigment range.

  • How does one go about exposing concrete?

    The process is relatively straight forward. All concrete is placed in a wet and malleable state (often referred to as the plastic state). This property of concrete enables it to be formed into an endless number of shapes. Over a period of hours, the concrete ceases to be plastic and begins to firm and become hard (often referred to as the hardened state).

  • How does one go about polished concrete?

    The process of revealing or exposing the stone (normally called aggregate) is achieved by first grinding and then successively polishing the surface smooth. The resulting finish is called polished aggregate concrete.

  • How much does decorative concrete cost?

    Concrete remains one of the cheapest construction materials in use today. Without it, many well known structures would not be possible or would not be as long lasting with out constant costly maintenance. Concrete in Australia is sold by volume and the unit of measure is cubic metres. This is best explained by imaging a open box that is 1 metre long, 1 metre wide and 1 metre tall. Fill it with concrete, and the quantity of concrete represents 1 cubic metre.

  • What colours are available and where do they come from?

    There are an enormous range of colourising pigments available. Oxide pigments are non-dissolving, ultrafine particles derived from non-organic minerals. Such powders are used in many different industries to alter and enhance the colour of the products manufactured. For example, ceramics, asphalt, inks, paints, cosmetics, plastics, rubber and concrete to name a few.

  • What aggregates are available and where do they come from?

    Aggregates are derived from two basic sources - hard rock quarries and sand quarries. The nature of natural quarried materials is that variation is inevitable over the life of the quarry and some materials may contain traces of naturally occurring iron which can lead to stains developing on the surface of the finished concrete some time after construction is complete.

  • How do I protect my concrete and keep it looking good?

    Once hardened, concrete is an extremely durable and long lasting construction material. However, there are things you can do to help keep it looking good. Apply a simple surface coating. Coating (sealer) acts as a raincoat reducing the ability for water & other contaminants entering the concrete's structure. Not only does a sealer provide the surface of the concrete with some protection from the elements, it makes the surface easier to clean & it also helps to intensify depth of natural colours.