We provide barrier blocks in Boise, Idaho. So, if you have a project located in, or around, the city of Boise that is in need of concrete blocks, please consider us in your concrete block purchasing process! We serve with quality, integrity, and purpose and our team is ready to help you with whatever kind of concrete block needs you have. To speak with someone from our team, please call the following number: 833-763-1711
The City of Boise
The state capital of the northwestern U.S state of Idaho is the city of Boise. Located in the southwestern part of the state, the city, which covers an area of around 80.05 square miles, is found to be forty-one miles east from the Oregon border and 110 miles north from the Nevada border. Locals and visitors enjoy a few various attractions and activities including: visiting the Old Idaho Penitentiary State Historic Site, visiting The Idaho State Capitol, walking or cycling on the Boise River Greenbelt. We provide concrete barrier blocks in Boise, Idaho.
We provide bin blocks in Boise, ID…and in countless cities throughout the entire nation. So, regardless of where your project is located, we are sure to find a way to help you out! Some of the cities around Boise that we also provide for (that are all within a two-hour drive) include the following: Owyhee, Nampa, Blacks, Tiegs Corneer, Maddens, Neal, Caldwell, Karcher Junction, Mora, Kuna, Regina, Pleasant Valley, Fischer, Eagle, Leone, Idaho City, Fruitland, Horseshoe Bend, Star, Melba, Nyssa, Emmett, Mountain Home, Wilder, Middleton, Placerville, Ola, Weiser, Bruneau, Garden Valley, Glenns Ferry, Payette, Adrian, Grand View, Vale, Featherville, Prairie, Twin Falls, Danner, De Lamar, Arling, Concrete, Telegraph Hill, Donnelly, Alpine, Barrymore, Pine, Sugar Loaf, and Tipperary Corner. If you are not located within any of these cities above, no worries! We can still help you. Please feel free to give us a call with your location information or any questions you may have and we’d love to chat!
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Boise, Idaho, regardless of whatever other name you might know them by. Concrete blocks can have quite a few various names, which could possibly make block referral a little confusing. However, below, we have put together a list of some of the more common concrete block names that we tend to use within our business. Please feel free to familiarize yourself with them! And if you have any other block names you think are worth using, please let us know and we can add them to our list! The block names we typically use include: bin blocks, barrier blocks, soldier blocks, mafia blocks, lego blocks, ecology blocks, jumbo blocks, interlocking v-blocks, leftover concrete blocks, gravity wall blocks, storage wall blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, and stackable concrete blocks.
So, what particular type of concrete block do we provide for the city of Boise? We provide what is called a v-wedge block. This v-wedge block comes in a few different sizes: a 6’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 3,600lbs, a 4’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 2,400lbs, a 3’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 1,800lbs, and lastly, a 2’ x 2’ x 2’ that weighs 1,200lbs. When it comes to the transportation capacity, per trailer, thirteen of the 6’ blocks can fit, or eighteen of the 4’ blocks can fit, or twenty-six of the 3’ blocks can fit, or thirty-seven of the 2’ blocks can fit. So, why are these blocks called v-wedge blocks? Well, it is because of their unique interlocking system, made up of v-wedges. There are two sets of these v-wedges per block: one wedge on the top and on the side and a reverse version of the wedge on the bottom and other side. These blocks can interlock safely and easily, making them useful for a handful of projects. In addition, they come equipped with a rebar handle loop, which can be used for moving the blocks around easily without the use of special equipment. We provide barrier blocks in Boise, Idaho.
Now, when it comes to concrete blocks, there are a multitude of potential uses. Our blocks have been used in all kinds of barrier blocks in Boise, Idaho projects, both large and small. Some of the ways you can utilize our blocks include projects such as: creating storage bins, managing parking lots, controlling traffic, anchoring down large tents, securing utilities, building concrete retaining walls, protecting fuel and/or propane tanks, separating property, and using them as general weight. If you have any ideas or questions regarding further concrete block use, please feel free to give us a call.
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Boise, Idaho. When it comes to transportation of your blocks, we offer two different options. We have either delivery or pick up. Now, let’s discuss both the delivery and pick up processes. First, for pick up, you will need to give our team a call and we can set you up with a time and date to come to our facility and receive your blocks. We will load the blocks up for you, but we ask that you bring along a set of chains and/or straps that can be used to secure the blocks to their trailer. Now, for delivery, there are a few more requirements that must be met. First off, you must have the proper, onsite equipment that is capable of safely offloading the blocks from their trailer. In order to do this, your equipment must be able to withstand carrying weights ranging from 3,600-1,200lbs (depending on the sizes of blocks being delivered) and reach a height of 7’+ (because, in height, the trailer is 5’ and the blocks are 2’). Lastly, your drop off area must have a space of 47’-53’ available so that the delivery semi can safely and efficiently enter and exit the site. If this type of space is not available, we can discuss dropping the blocks off at another, nearby area and use smaller machinery to transport the blocks to the actual, desired spot. If you have any questions regarding either of these transportation processes, please feel free to give us a call and we’d love to talk with you!
We love providing for the beautiful city of Boise, and all the other cities throughout the U.S. But, since we’re focusing on this particular area, we’d love to share some fun facts regarding Boise with you:
- Did you know that National Geographic named Boise the number one Adventure City in the U.S?
- Instead of dropping a large disco ball, the city of Boise drops a large Idaho potato on New Years.
- In Boise, one of the most beloved foods is Habanero pizza, made with fresh Habanero peppers.