Are you working on a project located in the state of Indiana that is in need of concrete blocks? Are you looking for a great, well-experienced team and cost-affordable, environmentally friendly products? Well, that is where we come in. We help service people and project all across the nation and we’d love for you and your hometown to be next. We provide bin blocks in IN. If you have any questions or would like to request more information about us and our services, please call the following number: 833-763-1711
State of Indiana
Indiana is a U.S state that can be found in the Midwestern region of the country. It is bordered by its fellow states of Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, and Kentucky. Indiana covers an area of 36,418 square miles and consists of plains and slight rolling hills; but the southern region of the state consists of a more rugged terrain, with valleys, hills, and caverns. Some Indiana tourist attractions worth visiting include: Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art, Fort Wayne’s Children Zoo, Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum, and the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. We provide concrete barrier blocks in IN.
We provide bin blocks in IN and locations all throughout the country, both large and small. We will provide for you in Indiana, if you are located in a larger city, such as: Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Evansville, Fishers, Carmel, South Bend, Hammond, Nobelsville, Lafayette, Gary, Muncie, Greenwood, Terre Haute, Anderson, ELkhart, Mishawaka, WestField, Columbus, Jeffersonville, Lawrence, Komoko, Portage, Goshen, Zionsville, Plainfield, Granger, Brownsburg, Marion, Hobart, Crownpoint. We will also provide for you if you are a smaller city, such as: Frankton, Argos, Vevay, Brookston, Hagerston, Bourbon, Kentland, Milford, Daleville, New Paris, Greenville, West Port, Thorntown, Fairview Park, Odon, Darmstadt, Dillsboro, New Pekin, Fish Lake, Lake Holiday, Wheatland, Earl Park, Laketon, Milton, Birdseye, Laurel, Holton, St. Joe, Santa Claus, or Perrysville. Don’t see your location within these two lists of names? No worries! We’ve still got you covered. Please feel free to give a call and we’d love to figure out a way to help serve you, regardless of location. We provide concrete barrier blocks in Indiana.
So, you probably know that concrete blocks have all sorts of different names, right? Can’t it get confusing? Well, sometimes but, we are here to help! Down below, we have a list we put together of concrete block names that we more typically use within our business. Feel free to familiarize yourself with them! If you have any questions or any other block names you think we should consider using, please feel free to give us a call! Some of the block names we use include: Bin Blocks in IN, barrier blocks, soldier blocks, waste blocks, ecology blocks, lego blocks, mafia blocks, interlocking v-blocks, leftover concrete blocks, stackable concrete blocks, storage wall blocks, gravity wall blocks, and large concrete retaining wall blocks.
Now, let’s more on to the more specific concrete block that we provide in Indiana. This block is what we call a v-wedge block. These v-wedge blocks have four different v-wedges that enable the blocks to slide and interlock together. On each block, there is a v-wedge protruding both out of the top and side of the block, while a reverse, inverted version of the wedge is on the bottom and other side of the block. Also worth noting, is that each of these blocks comes with a rebar handle loop installed on the top. This loop makes it easier to move these blocks around, without the use of complicated rigging equipment. These blocks can come in good use for a number of different projects, large and small. Speaking of large and small, these blocks come in a few different sizes and weights. Please contact us for more information regarding these more specific Bin Blocks in IN details. Thank you.
We provide bin blocks in In; but what ways can you use our blocks? Our Bin Blocks in IN have been used in projects, large and small, throughout the country. They have been used in projects, such as: creating bins for storage, managing parking lots, controlling traffic, providing general weight, protecting fuel/propane tanks, being anchor weights for large tents, creating concrete retaining walls, creating material storage for road districts, separating, or protecting property, and helping secure various utilities. If you have any questions or ideas regarding further concrete block usage, please feel free to contact us and we’d love to chat with you!
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Indiana, but how exactly do you receive your blocks? We have two methods of block transport for you: delivery or pick up. We will walk you through both of these processes down below, starting with delivery. In order for delivery to go safely and smoothly, there are a few requirements that must be met on your end of things. We thank you for your cooperation. First off, you will need to have an adequate amount of space in order for the delivery semi to enter and exit the block drop off area. Please make sure there is 47’-53’ of space (or more) in order for this to happen. If you cannot provide this much space, we can discuss dropping the blocks off at another, nearby location and use smaller equipment to transport the blocks to the actual site. Next, you must have the proper block offloading equipment, on site, so you can offload the blocks once they arrive. This machinery must be able to withstand carrying the weight of your blocks, (Block weights and sizes may vary. Please contact us for more information on these smaller details.) and reach a height of 7’+, (This is because, in height, the trailer is 5’ and the blocks are about 2’.) If you have any questions or concerns regarding our delivery process, please feel free to give us a call! Now we will discuss the block pick up process. In order to come pick up your blocks, you must give us a call. Someone from our wonderful team can set you up with a date and time to come pick up your blocks at our facility. We will gladly load the blocks onto the trailer for you, but we ask that you provide the straps/chains necessary for securing down the blocks. If you have any questions or concerns regarding our pickup process, please feel free to give us a call!
We love providing our services to the state of Indiana. We’d like to share some fun facts regarding this state down below:
- Did you know that the first ever professional baseball game occurred in Fort Wayne, IN on May 4, 1871?
- Did you know that Indianapolis, IN was the hosting place of Elvis Presley’s last concert ever?
- Did you know that almost 90% of the world’s popcorn comes from Indiana?