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Concrete season is getting off to a busy start so I thought I would post a few reviews we have received lately. Thanks to everyone who wrote in!
Keith, of Welgraven Dairy, from Minnesota wrote:
“hey tom,i used the screed to pour a 16’x40′ pad last fall. handled it great. am planning to use it a lot more this summer. will try to get pics then.very satisfied so far. thanks, keith”
Dan from Tennessee sent this in:
“Hi, I’ve used it twice and it worked great. We poured a pad for an outdoor basketball court at our church. One pad was 13×22 the other was 11×22. I used a 14 foot 2×6 as the screed board. Using about half throttle the power screed made that screed board dance. It was impressive. We plan to pour a concrete driveway in the future. Thanks, Dan”
Joseph from Holbrook School District in Holbrook Arizona wrote in:
“Tom, we used the screed last summer when we were pouring half of our parking lot at our Junior High. My guys loved it. It made their job a lot easier. We will be using it again this summer to finish the parking lot. It worked very well. No problems to speak of. This was one of our best purchases. Thank you for following up, and I will let anyone know that it has helped our department. Sorry, no pictures, but I will take some this summer. I will send you some when we get done.
Talk to you later,
We love hearing from all of our customers!
Jim ordered a TTI Screedright Pro early last summer and here is a short review of his experience with the one man power concrete screed.
I used the TTI power Screedright Pro to work 6500 sq ft of concrete. We tried to keep the concrete 1/4 to 1/2 inch above the bottom edge of the 2×4. We laid 8 ft x 83 ft and 10 ft x 83 ft strips inside the Morton Bldg. On the outside the door slabs were 20 ft x 30 ft. A 10 ft x 60 ft sidewalk was added to one side of the building. Their were three people and the Screedright that did the concrete work. The Screedright packed the concrete very well. A few times their were areas that we had to go over twice because the concrete was high in areas. Plastic tips were fabricated to fit on the ends of the 2×4’s used to decrease the ware on them. The Subaru engine worked great and started on the first pull. The throttle cable worked, but could be better. It would stick and needed to be adjusted quite often. The Screedright packed the concrete at 1/3 throttle speed very well and did a very nice job with all the concrete we had to pour. Working with concrete is a very hard job and you need that extra helping hand. The TTI Screedright Pro was a very good investment and it saved us time and labor hours. It was easy for one person to handle. Doing the work ourselves saved us thousands of dollars! Tom, I would like to see you develop an aluminum adjustable edge (length wise) besides using a 2×4. I am sending you pictures of the concrete work we did with your machine.
Jim K. South Dakota
We have sold several of the TTI Screedright Pro concrete screeds to municipalities, school districts and other government entities over the years. If you are a director in one of these areas, it would make perfect sense for you to have one as well.
Here is a letter from Ray Alley, City Manager/Public Works Director for the town of Holbrook Arizona. He purchased two to use for their city needs.
Tom & Karen Gabriel,
-As you stated in your email the City of Holbrook purchased not one but 2 screedright pros power screeds from your company.
Let me explain why we had to buy 2….. The City of Holbrook took on a very aggressive street project where we are replacing asphalt with concrete roads. In doing so we ordered our first power screed from you and laid well over 2 miles of new concrete roads with the little screed. We were pulling 16 foot pulls even though you said it was made for 12 foot. After completing the 2 miles of road we thought we better order a backup screed from you in case the first one ever went down. Long story short we have done a few more miles of road and have still not had to even open the new one because the first one is still going strong. I have been doing concrete for 30 + years and have never had a more valuable tool than your little screed…
If you ever need a testimonial you are more than welcome to give out my name and number to any potential buyers.
Again thanks for such a wonderful product
City Mgr./Public Works Director
City of Holbrook
The TTI Screedright Pro can be utilized for many community projects a few include: Valley Pans, Sidewalks, Street Patches, Walking Paths, Floors, Patios, Park Pads, and Sports Courts. Money and time can be saved by doing these projects in house. The TTI Screedright Pro is the perfect machine to have on hand for all kinds of concrete jobs on your list.
Call or email today with questions or if you would like to order.
This video was sent in by Norman from Puerto Rico. Norman purchased two screeds a few months ago to use on a large road project his company was pouring in central Puerto Rico. We were excited to receive this video and loved how we were able to check out the TTI Screedright Pro in action thousands of miles away. It looks as if the concrete company formed up two very long strips of road and then poured each side in one long concrete pour. No doubt the concrete screed quickened the process along and alleviated wear and tear on the crew.
Because the TTI Screedright Pro utilizes a wooden 2 X 4, it can be easily shipped to most locations. Aluminum screed bars are costly to ship and often require special truck shipping. The TTI Screedright Pro ships in one box and comes ready to go. The operator has to attach the handle bar, add a wooden screed bar and add gas.
Another reason that the TTI Screedright Pro is a popular choice is that the owner can cut the screed bar to his desired length for each project. No need to carry around various sizes of screed bars. Thanks for sending in this video Norman!
A couple of months ago I posted an example of a concrete driveway enhanced by a decorative stamped edge. Alongside that photo was an example of a regular concrete driveway. The decorative driveway was more appealing than the plain concrete driveway and the same can be done with a back patio as well.
Rodrigo from Nevada sent in these photos of some work he had completed using the TTI Screedright Pro concrete screed.
This concrete patio was first formed up using a flexible forming system. Either an outside curb was formed first or Rodrigo simply leveled off the concrete in one flat pour. The crew used concrete stamps to obtain a cool texture to the concrete patio. Control joints were cut into the slabs to prevent undue cracking along the concrete slab. After the concrete had time to dry, the crew used concrete stain to place color on the patio. The rounder patio has a darker brown edging that helps the star in the middle to pop.
The rectangular patio was first formed up using wood forms. The concrete was screeded off and then allowed to settle some before stamps and color were added to it as well. I am a bit stumped as to how they obtained the “marbling” design in this example. Anyone out there in concrete world, please pipe in if you know how Rodrigo obtained that look!
And as always, happy screeding!
Browett Builders Inc is a family run business based in Victoria British Columbia. Browett Builders specializes in both residential and commercial construction. John Browett purchased a TTI Screedright Pro several years ago and posted these photos to their website. These photos are of a concrete driveway replacement. John and crew must have first tore out the existing driveway which is a big job in and of itself. It is a good idea to have a backhoe or a skidsteer to help with the concrete demolition. Browett Building chose to do this driveway in two pours by forming up two long slabs. This works great with the TTI Screedright Pro as it requires forms to ride along. Once the first slab in poured and dried, it can be used to boarder the remaining area.
The website contains cool renovation and new construction projects. Browett Building understands the personal touches of operating a small family business. Thanks for posting, John and best of luck to your great business!
Tom and crew were working on boxing up a new run of concrete screeds recently. Karen grabbed the video camera and got a few shots.
The TTI Screedright Pro ships in one box and is lightweight enough to go UPS. Because this concrete screed utilizes a wooden 2 X 4 as a screed bar, there is no large expensive screed bar to ship.
The TTI Screedright Pro is usually shipped same day and takes anywhere from one to five business days to arrive.
Shipping outside the United States is optional as well.
The TTI Screedright Pro utilizes a wooden 2X4 as a screed bar. Every so often Tom gets the question: “Can I use an aluminum bar on your screed?” Sometimes concrete guys like to use a metal tube as a screed bar or they have purchased several sizes of aluminum screed bars and want to use them.
While the TTI Screedright Pro was originally designed to accept a wooden 2″ X 4″, it is possible to use an aluminum screed bar as long as the width is 1 1/2 inches. The ears on the concrete screed are designed to saddle over a 2″ X 4″ , which is actually 1 1/2″ wide.
Trade Tool Innovations is currently looking into offering a Screedright Pro that accepts a magnesium screed bar. The new screed owner would have the option of using a 2″ wide magnesium screed bar or a wooden 2″ X 4″ by simply adding a 1/2″ plywood shim.
Concrete people around the world… let us know what you prefer! Are you a 2″ X 4″ guy or a magnesium only guy? If you like the idea of using an aluminum screed bar, let us know and tell us why! We will toss in free shipping when we get the new screed design up and running.
We will always offer the 2″ X 4″ design. We have noticed that some concrete professionals and hobbyist prefer the ease of cutting the screed bar to fit the job.
Here is an update to my previous post on stamped concrete. The concrete contractor added a colored seal to the edging of the new concrete driveway for a new construction home. The contractor also included a little landscaping in the new home package.
The first thing to consider when looking for a concrete sealer is to examine weather the sealer will be applied indoors or outdoors. For this project, the contractor was looking for a product specific for outdoor use. Your product should have good UV resistance and also be waterproof. Usually an area like this gets a lot of foot and vehicle traffic and the new homeowner should consider applying a new coating every couple of years or so.