Butler, Kentucky

Hilltop Stone LLC

Hilltop Stone LLC

1405 Hwy 177 E
Butler, KY 41006
(859) 472-5591
Hilltop Stone LLC, Construction, Services, Butler, Kentucky

Designing a new commercial structure or industrial building is a big responsibility. Once the plans are in place, you need to find a company that will provide quality construction materials like cement, gravel, and ready-mix concrete. For the best building materials, look no further than Hilltop Basic Resources.

 Based in Cincinnati, OH, this building materials and concrete supplier has locations strategically placed in southwestern Ohio, northern Kentucky, and southern Indiana. With four distribution terminals, two ready-mix concrete locations, a maintenance garage, and three sand, gravel, and limestone mines, they will provide the building materials you need quickly and efficiently.

Hilltop Basic Resources was founded in 1941 and quickly became the largest concrete producer in Ohio. The company has gone through many changes since but remains a family business known for excellent customer service, affordable prices, safety, and quality building materials. It’s the only ready-mix concrete supplier in downtown Cincinnati.

The company understands that aggregates like sand and gravel are essential to building communities. But these resources are limited, and mining them is a transitional effort. Hilltop Basic Resources is committed to working with local communities surrounding their mines to reclaim the land for future generations. Their goal is to effectively utilize natural resources while protecting the environment.

When you contact Hilltop Basic Resources, you’ll receive only high-quality building materials and service. For the best concrete, aggregates, and cement rock in the Tri-state, call Hilltop Basic Resources at (513) 684-8200. Visit their website for more product information.

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