WE KNOW CONCRETE.

 

With over 40 years of experience under our belt, we fabricate concrete products using the best of both traditional and today’s leading edge technology. All of our products are designed and manufactured to meet or exceed requirements of CSA23.4 and ASTM C1364.

 

Along with our extensive product collection, we offer design, engineering and custom site solutions.

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ED’S Concrete Products is a family owned business with deep roots in the community.

 

The company credits a good portion of its success and longevity to its close-knit team of dedicated employees who work together to create quality products and a stellar reputation.

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On time, on schedule and within budget.

 

From first contact to product delivery, our motivated team of professionals is dedicated to providing you with an excellent product and attentive customer service.

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ED’S CONCRETE is proud to be certified by Canadian Precast Concrete Quality Assurance Certification Program.

 

The purpose of the CPCQA is to protect and advance the best interests of the precast concrete products industry in Canada, and to protect and serve the public from a safety perspective, by certifying manufacturers who demonstrate the ability to meet national standards and other best practices.

AWARDS

ONTARIO CONCRETE AWARD

Lake Wilcox Promenade, Waterloo

ONTARIO MASONRY DESIGN AWARD

Richmond Woods II Apartments

Holiday Inn Express

St Mary’s Hospital Annex

Woodstock Hospital

ED’S CONCRETE: 40 YEARS SERVING STRATFORD

(Written by Katelyn Squib for Stratford Beacon Herald, published March 2019)

 

In the spring of 1979, ED’S Concrete Products opened its doors as a proud family owned and operated business. With just one employee, in a small building on Erie Street, Ed began making ornaments and agriculture products for Stratford and the surrounding area.  After several years, the company moved to Lorne Ave and continued to manufacturer quality products, mostly by hand, and at this time began to offer landscape and interlock paving stones to their product line.

 

ED’S Concrete Products was continuing to grow and in 1996, the company bought 3 acres of land at their current location on Erie Street and things really began to take off. The company began to shift their focus to architectural precast products and residential stairs. Over the next several years they developed a standard line of architectural precast products that is still offered today. 

 

2009 brought a new opportunity for ED’S Concrete with the purchase of several apartment stair moulds. This purchase opened up a new market for the company allowing even more growth. The company also began offering bulk bags of aggregates, soils, and mulches for the local community and it was a instant hit!

 

With dreams of expanding even further and seeing what else the company could offer in the precast market, 2013 brought a plant expansion and the development of the now widely popular Chisel line of steps and stones that can be seen on houses across Perth County and beyond. 

 

More recently, the company has had great success in the ever growing market of site furnishings. This widely diverse market has allowed them to create a standard line of unique and functional concrete planters, benches, seats, and tables as well as recreational use products such as concrete ping pong tables and BBQ’s. 

 

Now, forty years since its start, the still family owned business has exploded onto the precast market as a leading manufacturer of architectural precast, site furnishings, residential steps, apartment stairs and custom precast products. Their reputation for quality workmanship has allowed them to expand their customer base across both Canada and the United States, with recent products being shipped to places such as San Jose California, New York City, Vancouver British Columbia, and St John’s Newfoundland.

 

From its humble beginnings, the company has now grown to include 35 full time, year round employees, a well equipped 22,000 sq ft manufacturing facility and 18 acres of land that is full of products ready to be shipped and sold. Each and every day the facility produces apartment stairs and landings, residential stairs, over 40 different chisel products and various site furnishing and architectural products. The concrete ornaments that once made up most to the sales for the company, now account for a mere 6% of the business that they do. 

 

The company credits a lot of its success of its dedicated employees who work together to create good quality products. The other key to their success is always being willing to adapt and change to fill holes in the current market. With this industry, you never know where the next opportunity will come from and where it may lead you. Although they have been in business for 40 years, they show no signs of slowing down and they are looking forward to the future and becoming a North American leader in the precast market. 

 

ED’S Concrete Products would like to take this opportunity to offer our deepest thanks to all of our customers, old and new. Everyone including the home owners, designers, architects, engineers, contractors and landscapers have played an important role in helping our business grow and succeed over the past 40 years and we appreciate each and every one of you. 

ED'S CONCRETE PRODUCTS LTD

1266 Erie Street, Stratford, Ontario Canada N4Z 0A1

t. 519.271.6590   toll free 1.877.265.6590

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WE KNOW CONCRETE

Colour and texture of concrete may vary. Why is that? Concrete is made from earth and water, both natural ingredients which react differently depending on air temperature, humidity. With over 40 years of experience in the precise concrete industry we like to think these natural variations create individual character.

ED’S Concrete does not recommend the use of de-icing salt or chemicals on their precast, especially in the 1st year. This may mar the surface of the step and will void the warranty.  If de-icers must be used, we recommend that they be applied only long enough to melt the ice and then removed from the surface.