Do you have a project in need of concrete blocks? Are you located in, or around, Bakersfield, California? Well, look no further because we are here to help. We provide barrier blocks in Bakersfield, California; along with exceptional customer service and quality products that you can trust! If you are interested in working with us or would like more information, please call the following number: 833-763-1711
The City of Bakersfield
The county seat and largest city of Kernersville County, California is the city of Bakersfield. Located near the Central Valley area, near the southern part of the San Joaquin Valley, Bakersfield covers an area of around 141.4 square miles. Just to the east of the city is the southern tip of Sierra, Nevada. Extending into the Sequoia National Forest, the city is also near the beginning of Kern Canyon and the Greenhorn Mountain Range. Tourists enjoy visiting places like Hart Memorial Park, Buck Owens Crystal Palace, and the Kern County Museum. We provide concrete barrier blocks in Bakersfield, California.
We provide bin blocks in Bakersfield, CA, but we also extend our concrete block services to countless places across the nation. Here are some “example cities” that are all within a two-hour drive of Bakersfield that we also would love to provide for: Millux, Bowerbank, Bealville, Arvin, Kern Lake, Mettler, Shafter, Lamont, Gosford, Maltha, Oil City, Venola, Kern City, Oil Junction, Jastro, Porterville, Lake Isabella, Lost Hills, Frazier Park, Maricopa, Tehachapi, Taft, Lebec, Delano, Buttonwillow, Wasco, Oildale, Dinuba, Lancaster, Woodlake, Lemoore, Boron, Edwards, Slymar, Selma, Avenal, Armona, Newhall, Kingsburg, Santa Clarita, Hanford, Exeter, Agoura Hills, Atascadero, Temple City, Monterey Park, Ventura, Marina del Rey, Arcadia, Inglewood, Thousand Oaks, Ridgecrest, China Lake, Los Angeles, West Hollywood, Paso Robles, and Beverly Hills. Is your project not at one of these locations? Not to worry, we can still help you! For any questions regarding other locations we serve, in addition to the cities around Bakersfield, please contact us and we would love to help you out.
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Bakersfield, CA…although you may know the blocks by a different name. Did you know that concrete blocks have all sorts of unique names? Yep, a lot, in fact. Their names can derive from a few things as well. Maybe it’s because of their size, shape, design, use, etc. Some of the names we usually use within our business are as follows: lego blocks, ecology blocks, waste blocks, soldier blocks, mafia blocks, bin blocks, jumbo blocks, barrier blocks in Bakersfield, interlocking v-blocks, stackable concrete blocks, leftover concrete blocks, storage wall blocks, gravity wall blocks, and large concrete retaining wall blocks. If you have any other names you typically use when it comes to block referral, please feel free to let us know!
We provide bin blocks in Bakersfield, CA…but what type of particular block are we talking about? We are talking about v-wedge blocks! V-wedge blocks can be utilized for many different projects, especially because these blocks are able to interlock with one another. Their interlocking system is made out of v-wedges. One set of the wedges are on the top and side of the block, while a reverse version of the same wedges is on the bottom and other side. In addition, movement of these blocks are made easy with the rebar handle loop that is on top of the barrier blocks in Bakersfield. So, luckily, no special rigging equipment is required. For Bakersfield, California, we have two sizes of these blocks available: a 6’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 3,600lbs and a 4’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 2,400lbs. For each typical truck trailer, thirteen of the 6’ blocks can fit, while eighteen of the 4’ ones can fit. For additional information, please contact us.
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Bakersfield, CA… but what kind of purpose do they serve? Well, concrete blocks come in handy for a number of different projects, large and small. Some of the ways our blocks have been utilized are as follows: parking lot management, general weight, anchor weights, property separation, utilities security, storage bins, traffic control, fuel and/or propane tank protection, concrete retaining walls, and road district material storage. If you have any questions about further uses of concrete blocks, or any ideas on how to further their use, please feel free to let us know! We’d love to hear from you!
So, next question: How do you receive your concrete blocks? Well, we have two options of block transportation that you have to choose from: pick up or delivery. Let’s start by discussing the pick up process. For pickup, the first thing you will need to do is give us a call. Someone from our wonderful team can help plan a date and time for you to come visit our plant to get your barrier blocks in Bakersfield. We will load the blocks onto the trailer for you. However, your only requirement will be to bring with you a set of straps and/or chains that will help tie down the blocks to the trailer bed. Next, we will talk about the delivery process. For delivery, first off, you must have enough space on your offload site for the semi to enter and exit the site. The space you must have open and available is 47’-53’. If you don’t have access to that much space, we can plan to drop the blocks off at another, nearby location and use smaller machinery to transport the blocks to the actual, desired barrier blocks in Bakersfield location. You must also have the proper, adequate machinery that is able to offload the blocks. In order to do that safely, your machinery must be able to carry weights up to 3,600 or 2,400lbs, (depending on the type of block you are having delivered), and reach a height of 7’+, (because, in height, each block is 2’ and the trailer is 5’). If you have any questions about either delivery, pick up, or anything we’ve discussed in this article, please give our team a call! 833-763-1711
We love providing, not only for Bakersfield, but for cities all over the U.S. But, since we are focused in on the particular, beautiful city of Bakersfield, we would like to share some of the city’s fun facts with you:
- Did you know that Kern County, (where Bakersfield is located), produces the most oil compared to any other U.S county?
- Did you know that Bakersfield, and the rest of Kern County, has an annual “Kern County’s Nut Festival”?
- Bakersfield is actually the birthplace to a particular type of country music called “Bakersfield Sound”. The city is actually recognized as “The Country Music Capital of the West Coast” and “Nashville West”.