Let us become a part of your project
Choosing the correct ready-mixed concrete for your project can be overwhelming.
At Charles W Barger & Son, we do our best to make your next concrete project simple, easy, and completed on time.
Whether you are a homeowner doing a small DIY concrete project or a contractor on a tight schedule, our goal is to give you the best ready-mixed concrete available with the best customer service possible.
Here at Charles W. Barger & Son we are fortunate to have some of the best residential contractors in the area as our clients. As a locally-owned business, we care about small business owners and residential contractors, and we want to make concrete work for you. Since 1984, we’ve worked with contractors across the area to be sure they get the specific concrete they need for their projects, on time and on budget.
Why work with us?
- Proven mixes and designs
- Over 50 years of concrete experience
- Quality to ensure longevity and performance
- 1-2 business day delivery
Charles W. Barger & Son proudly services Lexington, Buena Vista, Rockbridge County, and surrounding cities and counties. We are geared to serve small applications such as residential driveways to large scale projects including work with VDOT, and countless commercial projects throughout the area. Getting material to your project, large or small, is simply a phone call away.
We offer a full variety of high-quality limestone, quartzite (brown stone), and sand products as well as delivery services.
Frequently Asked Questions
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What gravel should I use for my driveway?
Crushed gravel is ideal for driveways as it’s affordable, compacts easily, resists shifting, and is easy to maintain.
How long will my gravel driveway last?
Your gravel driveway should last 3-5 years on average and, if maintained regularly, can last as long as 10 years.
How do I maintain my gravel driveway?
Maintenance depends partly on how many slopes and curves your driveway contains. You may need to add some stones to maintain smoothness based on drainage patterns you observe over time. Regular herbicide treatments are a must to keep weeds from sprouting.