Perkins Cinders, Inc. is an Arizona based corporation that has been in business since 1971. The company has grown over the years to include mining of sand and gravel as well as cinders with pits located in Navajo and Apache County. Our quarries are located in Show Low, Springerville, Taylor and Linden. Also the product line has been enhanced with the acquisition of a concrete batch plant in Show Low and hot mix plant in Linden. These facilities crush and operate year-round.
We offer a large variety of materials and aggregates including custom crushing to meet your material needs at our place or yours with mobile crushing available.
Back in 1970 Kay Perkins started his company with only a backhoe. A few years later he was offered an opportunity to buy what we now call our Show Low Pit, Kay wanted a challenge so he took it on. Now 50 years later Perkins Cinders is still going strong with the addition of sand and gravel pits as well as a Hot Plant & Concrete Batch Plant. Even though Kay has since retired, his two sons, Brandon and Dusty keep the company thriving! Much like Kay, they take on challenges every day and continue to help Perkins Cinders grow with this Mountain we all call home.
We have a wide range of equipment services from Dozers, Loaders, Excavators, Backhoes, Dump Trucks, Cranes, Paving, Transport, GPS Blade and Grade Systems just to name a few. Perkins Cinders experienced construction crews provide quality work in underground utility installation, site work, driveways, road building, parking lots, paving, transporting, crane services and more.
We take pride in a job well done and strive to obtain customer satisfaction. From start to finish we have what you need. We look forward to working with you in building the White Mountain area.
**Please Note Disclaimer**
Our materials can, depending on the various color veins encountered during the mining operation, have variations in color. Materials purchased in the past may not match the material being mined at the present time. Perkins Cinders, Inc. always encourages the customer to come in to verify that the material on hand is a sufficient match before they purchase if color is an issue.