Houston, Texas - November 14, 2018
Concrete Supplier to Give Better Option to Local DIYers & Greater Houston-area Contractor
Houston Shell & Concrete, a Houston-based ready-mix concrete supplier, unveiled its new look this month as part of its continued commitment to provide Greater Houston-area contractors and do-it-yourselfers customizable options with a superior experience. Houston Shell & Concrete, often known as HSC, recently revealed its new color scheme, paying homage to the company’s more than 70-year history in the city.
Houston Shell & Concrete serves approximately 1,000 customers annually, offering experiences unmatched in the Houston market by providing personalized and flexible options to smaller contractors. While other local concrete suppliers often require a minimum of 10 cubic yards per order, Houston Shell & Concrete can deliver as little as three cubic yards for smaller projects.
“Our customers can request custom mixes and delivery schedules to fit their project needs,” said Houston Shell & Concrete Sales Representative Guadalupe Vasquez. As part of the global building materials leader CEMEX, Houston Shell & Concrete can deliver from 21 Greater Houston-area locations, offering customers delivery options as early as 4 a.m.
“With HSC, customers can get superior customer service while taking advantage of the technical expertise and locations of CEMEX to serve their unique project requirements,” said Houston Shell & Concrete Manager Carlos Lemus. “Houston Shell & Concrete gives do-it-yourselfers and local contractors special attention with truly customized service that fits not only their needs, but their project schedules.”
Houston Shell & Concrete, part of CEMEX, operates from 21 Greater Houston-area locations to deliver high-performance ready-mix concrete, including custom mixes and load options, while providing personalized service and schedule flexibility for customers.
CEMEX is a global building materials company that provides high quality products and reliable service to customers and communities in more than 50 countries throughout the world. Its U.S. network includes 11 cement plants, more than 50 strategically- located distribution terminals, 50 aggregate quarries and nearly 270 ready-mix concrete plants.