State of Alabama

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We provide bin blocks in Alabama, but what exactly are these blocks? These blocks are also known as v-wedge blocks. These v-wedge blocks are able to slide and interlock together by use of- you guessed it- their v-wedges! Each block has four of these wedges. You can find a protruding v-wedge on both the top and side of the block and then an inverted v-wedge on both the bottom and opposite side. Each block also has a rebar handle loop on its top, which enables you to move the blocks around without the use of special rigging equipment. We offer these blocks in various different sizes, so please contact us for more information. Thank you! 

We provide concrete barrier blocks in Alabama, which can be used in all sorts of projects, both big and small. Here are some examples of the more common ways people have utilized our blocks: road district material storage, storage bins, concrete retaining walls, utilities security, fuel/propane tank protection, property separation, traffic control, parking lot management, anchor weights for large tents, and general weight. However, these blocks can still be used in all sorts of different ways beyond the confines of this list. So, if you have any further ideas or questions, please feel free to give us a call! We’d love to hear from you.  833-763-1711

We provide bin blocks in Alabama, which you can receive by one of two ways: delivery or pick up. Please note that both of these methods have a few different requirements that must be met on your end of things in order for them to go safely and smoothly. We will walk you through these requirements down below, starting with delivery. We thank you for your understanding and cooperation. Now, here are the delivery requirements: First off, you must have the proper type and size of block offloading equipment that can safely offload your blocks from the trailer once they arrive. In order to do this, this equipment must be able to 1) reach a height of 7’+ (this is because, in height, each block is 2’ and the trailer is 5’) and 2) withstand carrying the weight of your blocks (which varies depending on the block size, so please contact us for more information). Next, you must have an open space of 47’-53’ so that the delivery semi can safely enter and exit the drop off site. If you do not have this much space available at your intended drop off area, we can discuss dropping the blocks off at another nearby location that does have enough room. From there, we can move the blocks to the actual, desired location by use of smaller equipment. Now we will move onto the pick up requirements. First off, you will need to give us a call so that we can set you up with a date and time to come to our facility and pick up your blocks. When you come to pick them up, we will load them onto the trailer for you, but we ask that you bring along a set of chains and/or straps that can be used to secure them down. Thank you! If you have any questions or concerns regarding either of these methods, please feel free to give us a call and we’d love to chat with you.

We provide concrete barrier blocks in Alabama, regardless of what other names you might know these blocks by. Some of the more commonly used concrete block names are: bin blocks, barrier blocks, mafia blocks, soldier blocks, jumbo blocks, ecology blocks, lego blocks, waste blocks, interlocking v-blocks, storage wall blocks, stackable concrete blocks, gravity wall blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, and leftover concrete blocks. If you have any other concrete blocks that you know of or are used to using, please let us know and we will gladly add them to our list! Thank you!


State of Alabama

Covering 52,420 square miles in the southeastern region of the U.S of A and bordered by the states of Mississippi, Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, and the Gulf of Mexico is the state of Alabama. Alabama’s land consists of mountains, streams, rivers, lakes, and valleys. This state is known for aerospace, minerals, finance, tourism, education, sports, and healthcare. Some tourist attractions you can find in Alabama include the following: U.S Space and Rocket Center, McWane Science Center, Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum, Civil Rights Historic District, USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, and Gulf State Park. We provide bin blocks in Alabama.


Fun Facts

We love providing for the gorgeous state of Alabama. Here are some fun facts about this area we thought we would share with you:

  1. Did you know that windshield wipers were invented in the state of Alabama?
  2. Did you know that the state of Alabama is home to the most snails in the U.S? Yep, snails. 
  3. Did you know that the first ever call to 911 was made in Alabama? 


We provide our services to not only Alabama, but to cities and states all across the nation, both large and small. Below we created a list of some cities in Alabama, some bigger, some smaller, as some examples cities. Our services are not limited to just these cites though. So, if you cannot find your project location on this list but are still interested in working with us, please give us a call and we’d love to figure out a way we can best serve you. Now, here are some of the cities in Alabama: Huntsville, Birmingham, Montgomery, Mobile, Tuscaloosa, Hoover, Auburn, Dothan, Decatur, Madison, Florence, Vestavia Hills, Phenix City, Prattville, Gadsden, Alabaster, Opelika, Enterprise, Northport, Homewood, Daphne, Bessemer, Trussville, Athens, Pelham, Albertville, Oxford, Mountain Rock, Fairhope, Anniston, Millport, Brilliant, Cottonwood, Clio, Goodwater, Oak Grove, Coats Bend, Baileyton, Egypt, Skyline, Coosada, Coker, Minor, Powell, Castleberry, Ray, Union, Twin, Black, Hammondville, Newville, Akron, Belk, Colony,  Axis, Providence, Malcom, Blue Springs, Needham, Mooresville, Belgreen, Oak Hill, and Punam. 

We provide concrete barrier blocks in Alabama, and we love doing so. We are able to provide excellent, reliable services thanks to our wonderful, experienced team and wide selection of both affordable and environmentally friendly concrete products. We look forward to serving you and your project. To ask us any questions you may have or request more information, please give us a call at the following number: 833-763-1711