If you are in need of a concrete block supply for a project located in Austin, Texas or a surrounding area, please consider giving us a call. We love providing exceptional and reliable service to people and projects all over the country. Please give us a call for bin blocks Austin, TX 817-736-2525
The City of Austin
Austin is the capital city of the state of Texas. The city covers an area of 305.1 square miles, while 7.2 of these miles consist of water. Austin is famous for its Texan barbeque, its Lady Bird Lake, and McKinney Falls State Park. If you need concrete barrier blocks Austin, TX we’ve got you covered.
We are proud to provide for cities all over the United States, including ones surrounding Austin. Below, we have a list of these particular cities. If you can’t seem to find your job site location within this list, please feel free to give us a call and we’d love to discuss how we can best help serve you, regardless of location: Centex, Wyldwood, Goforth, Bear Creek, Bee Cave, Cedar Park, Pflugerville, Kyle, Anderson Mill, Mustang Ridge, Cedar Valley, Round Rock, Turkey Hollow, Elysium, Manchaca, Johnson City, Blanco, Holland, Giddings, Belton, Lexington, Luling, Bertram, Spicewood, Gruene, Paige, Lago Vista, Salado, Smithville, Hewitt, Columbus, Luckenbach, Llano, Helotes, Stockdale, Caldwell, Schulenburg, Cameron, La Vernia, Moody, Round Top, San Antonio, Bulverde, Kingsland, Waller, Clifton, Mason, Kenedy, Kerrville, Bremond, Bandera, Center Point, Prairie View, Vienna, Ireland, Campbelton, Jourdanton, Navasota, and Washington.
One cool aspect about concrete blocks is how many names they have. And those names can alter and change when it comes to different people, places, and worksites. To help you familiarize yourself with the names we typically use within our business, please see the following list of block names: stackable concrete blocks, ecology blocks, waste blocks, mafia blocks, leftover concrete blocks, soldier blocks, storage wall blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, gravity wall blocks, lego blocks, jumbo blocks, bin blocks, barrier blocks, and interlocking v-blocks. If you have any other block names you prefer or are more accustomed to, please let us know and we will gladly add it to our list. Whatever name you call them, we offer concrete barrier blocks Austin, TX.
Here is some information on the bin blocks in Austin, Texas. We have a specially selected type of block: the v-wedge. We provide three different styles of these blocks, offering you a selection that is equipped for any type of project. The first style is a plain 4´x2´x2´ block that weighs 2,400lbs. The second is also a 4´x2´x2´ block weighing 2,400lbs but this one comes with a decorative cobblestone face. The third style is a bit larger, measuring 6´x2´x2´, weighing 3,600lbs. This block also comes with a decorative cobblestone face. Thirteen of the 6´’blocks can be fit per trailer, while eighteen of either of the 4´ blocks can be fit. Each of these blocks come equipped with a simple interlocking system, consisting of v-wedges. On the top and side of the block is a typical v-wedge, while the bottom and opposite side have a reverse version of the wedge, allowing the blocks to slide together and connect. In addition, top the block has a rebar handle loop which can be used for maneuvering the blocks.
In addition to having a handful of different names, concrete blocks also have a huge number of possibilities and uses. They can be used in communities, businesses, and projects located anywhere! Concrete blocks are often overlooked, but they play an important part in a few areas of community, such as: property separation, utilities security, the creation of bins used for storage, element storage for road districts, retaining walls made from concrete, anchor weights for tents, fuel and/or propane tank protection, controlling traffic, and managing parking lots. If you have any further ideas on how concrete barrier blocks in Austin, TX can be utilized, please feel free to let us know. We’d love to discuss your ideas.
When it comes to transportation of your bin blocks in Austin, Texas, we have two different procedures: pick up or delivery. We want you to be confident with either of these methods, so we would love to address any questions or concerns you may have. Please don’t hesitate to give us a call for any help or reassurance you need. For pickup, you will need to give us a call, our number is: 817-736-2525, and we will help set up a date and time to the facility for your pick up. We will ask that you bring along a set of straps and/or chains in order to secure the blocks to the trailer. During this time, we will load the blocks onto the trailer for you. For our second transportation option, delivery, there are a few more requirements that must be met. First off, in order for the delivery semi to enter and exit the drop off location/site, there must be a space of 48´-53´ available. If your drop off location does not meet that need, we can discuss drop off at another nearby location and use smaller equipment to relocate the block to the desired location. Equipment wise, you must have an adequate and able amount. First, your machinery must be able to reach a height of up to 7´+ because the trailer is 5´ high, while each block is 2´ in height. Second, depending on what type and size of block being delivered, your machinery must be able to lift 3,600 or 2,400lbs. For movement of the blocks, since there is no special rigging required, all you need to do is attach a chain to the rebar handle loop located on top of each. concrete block. Again, if you have any questions or concerns at all, please give us a call.
We love not only providing for the capital city of Austin, but for the whole country. But since we are particularly focused on the beautiful city of Austin, we’d love to share some fun facts with you!:
- Did you know that in 2017, Austin was voted ¨Best Place to Live in the U.S¨ by U.S. News and Report?
- The largest bat colony in North America found itś home in Austin, Texas!
- Did you know that Austin is nicknamed ¨Live Music Capital of the World¨?