STARK COUNTY, OH & SURROUNDING AREAS
Quality Ready Mix
Diano Supply proudly provides a superior product with unparalleled workability, finishability, and durability. Diano Supply offers a wide variety of mix designs in order to accommodate our customer's every need.
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Diano Supply Company drivers have professional experience in the concrete industry ensuring your job will be completed on time, safely and to fit your exact needs and specifications.
Diano Supply Company is a private family-owned and operated manufacturing business serving Stark County, OH and surrounding areas since 1950 as the first ready mix concrete company in Canton, Ohio.
In nearly 70 years of business, Diano Supply has served all aspects of related business, including construction, cement block and washed gravel, with a primary strength and focus on ready mix concrete.
Diano Supply offers prompt and courteous service for all commercial, residential and industrial businesses.
Residential: Diano Supply works with the area’s finest contractors that offer residential stamping, driveways and patios, all phases of building and more.
Commercial: Diano Supply works closely with qualified commercial contractors that build pole buildings, street curbing, factory renovations, buildings and much more.
Industrial: Area contractors choose Diano Supply, knowing they are number one in safety, with a group of drivers who are qualified for any job.
Diano Supply Company mixes are accurately calibrated using computer-generated materials.
For all your ready mix needs, call Diano Supply Company today at 330-456-7229.
WHAT IS READY MIXED CONCRETE? Ready mixed refers to concrete that is batched for delivery from a central plant instead of being mixed on the job site. Each batch of ready-mixed concrete is tailor-made according to the specifics of the contractor and is delivered to the contractor in the cylindrical trucks often known as "cement mixers."
As early as 1909, concrete was delivered by a horse-drawn mixer that used paddles turned by the cart's wheels to mix concrete en route to the jobsite. In 1916, Stephen Stepanian of Columbus, Ohio, developed a self-discharging motorized transit mixer that was the predecessor of the modern ready-mixed concrete truck.
Development of improved ready-mixed trucks was hindered by the poor quality of motor trucks in the 1920s. During the 1940s, the availability of heavier trucks and better engines allowed mixing drum capacities to increase, which in turn allowed ready-mixed concrete producers to meet the high demand for concrete caused by World War II.