Are you currently working on or planning on working on a project that requires concrete blocks in the city of Annapolis, MD? If so, we would love to help you out! We provide bin blocks in Annapolis, MD. Our concrete products are both affordable and environmentally friendly. Our team is readily available to help you with all your concrete block needs. We are just one phone call away. To ask us any questions you may have or request further information about us, please call the following number: 833-763-1711
City of Annapolis
Capital city of the U.S state of Maryland is the city of Annapolis. Annapolis covers an area of 8.10 square miles and is located 30 miles east of Washington, D.C and 25 miles south of Baltimore on the Chesapeake Bay and near the mouth of the Severn River. We provide concrete barrier blocks in Annapolis, MD. Some tourist attractions that can be found within Annapolis include: the Annapolis Historic District, the U.S Naval Academy Museum, Quiet Waters Park, Maryland State House, and the Hammond-Harwood House.
We provide bin blocks in Annapolis, MD, but we also provide for its surrounding cities, as well as cities all over the U. S of A. Some cities around Annapolis that we also provide for include: Laurel, Glenn Dale, Jessup, New Carrollton, Romanoake, Green Haven, Bowie, Largo, Galesville Estates, Glenarden, Churchton, Augusta Acres, Kent Island Estates, Queen Anne Estates, Fallston, Saint Charles, Oakton, North Potomac, Phoenix, Great Falls, Henderson, Wolf Trap, Hereford, Burke, Benedict, Sandtown, Mount Airy, Mandassass, Dover, Quantico, Frederick, Cambridge, Fairfax, Saint Michaels, Waldorf, Gaithersburg, Easton, Arlington, Towson, Washington, and Alexandria. However, our services are not limited to just these cities, so if you are interested in working with us, but are not located within the previous cities listed, don’t worry! Please feel free to give us a call and we’d love to figure out a way to best serve you, regardless of location.
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Annapolis, MD. However, you may recognize these blocks by an alternate name because concrete blocks have all sorts of names they go by. Some of these names include: interlocking v-blocks, stackable concrete blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, storage wall blocks, gravity wall blocks, jumbo bin blocks in Annapolis, MD, mafia blocks, lego blocks, barrier blocks, bin blocks, ecology blocks, waste blocks, soldier blocks, and leftover concrete blocks. If you have any other block names that you are more used to using, please feel free to let us know and we will gladly add them to our list.
We provide bin blocks in Annapolis, MD. These blocks are also referred to as “v-wedge” blocks. We offer these v-wedge blocks in two different sizes: a 6’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 3,600lbs and a 3’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 1,800lbs. These blocks are useful because of the way they interlock with one another: by use of their v-wedges. The v-wedges on each block enable them to slide together smoothly and efficiently, interlocking each block. Each block has a total of four v-wedges: one on the top, one on the side, and an inverted version of the wedge on the bottom and opposite side. In addition, each block has a rebar handle loop on its top, making it easy to move these blocks around without the use of complicated rigging equipment. As for transportation of these blocks, each trailer can carry either thirteen of the 6’ blocks or twenty-six of the 3’ blocks. If you have any questions or would like to request more information about these blocks, do not hesitate to give us a call. Thanks!
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Annapolis, MD. These blocks are a great addition to a wide array of projects, both large and small. Some of the more common ways our blocks have been used include the following: traffic control, property separation, utilities security, concrete retaining walls, parking lot management, fuel/propane tank protection, storage bins, material storage for road districts, anchor weights for large tents, and general weight. Again, please feel free to give us a call if you have any other concrete block usage questions or ideas. We would love to hear from you.
Now, finally, let’s discuss the ways you can expect to receive your bin blocks in Annapolis, MD after purchasing them. You can receive your blocks either through delivery or pick up: it’s your choice! We will walk you through these process requirements down below. Again, have any questions or concerns? Please contact us immediately. Someone from our team would be happy to help you. First up, let’s walk through delivery. The first requirement that must be met in order for delivery to go safely and smoothly is to have enough space for the delivery semi to enter and exit the drop off area safely. In order to properly do this, a space of 47’-53’ must be available. If your drop off space does not have this much room, we can discuss dropping your blocks off at another, nearby location and use smaller equipment to transport the blocks to the actual, desired spot. Next, you must have the proper block offloading equipment that can safely offload your blocks once they arrive. In order to do this, the equipment must be able to 1) reach a height of 7’+. (This is because, in height, the trailer is 5’ and each block is 2’) and 2) withstand the weight of your blocks (1,800-3,600lbs). Now, let’s move onto the pick up process requirements. First thing you will need to do to put the pick up process into motion is giving us a call. Someone from our team would be more than happy to help set up a date and time in which you can come pick up your blocks from our facility. When you come, we will load the blocks onto the trailer for you, but we ask that you bring along a set of bin blocks in Annapolis, MD chains and/or straps that can secure the blocks down to the trailer. Thank you! We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.
We love providing for the beautiful city of Annapolis! Here are some fun facts about it that you may find interesting:
- Did you know that Annapolis was the nation’s original peacetime capital?
- After the Revolutionary War, George Washington resigned from his position as Commander in Chief of the Continental Congress in Annapolis.
- Annapolis’s nickname is “Naptown”.