Buffalo, NY

We provide bin blocks in Buffalo, NY and surrounding areas. Are you looking for both affordable and environmentally friendly concrete products? Well, then you’ve come to the right place! Our products are just that. We also serve with integrity and purpose. Ready to help you is our wonderful, experienced team. If you have any questions for us or would like to request more information, please feel free to call the following number:  833-763-1711

The City of Buffalo

The city of Buffalo is located in Erie County of the U.S state of New York. Behind New York City, it is the state’s second most populous city. The city covers 52.51 square miles and is situated at the head of the famous Niagara Falls, the eastern end of Lake Erie, and near the Canadian border. Buffalo attracts a number of tourists, including various fun, beautiful places to visit such as: Darwin D. Martin House, Canalside, Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens, and Pierce-Arrow Museum. We provide Bin Blocks In Buffalo, NY and concrete barrier blocks in Buffalo, NY.

We provide bin blocks in Buffalo, NY. We also provide for surrounding areas. So, regardless of where you are located, we would love to help you. Below, we created a list of some cities, all within a two hour drive of Buffalo, as some examples of other cities we provide for. If you can’t find your project location on this list, don’t worry! We can still help you! If you have any questions, please feel free to give us a call. Some cities we provide for, all within a two hour drive of Buffalo, are: Lewiston, Boston, Niagara Falls, East Aurora, Hamburg, North Tonawanda, Lancaster, Depew, Williamsville, Orchard Park, Amherst, Kenmore, Lackawanna, Cheektowaga, Cassadaga, Gainesville, Ellicottville, Fredonia, Medina, Dunkirk, Gowanda, New Fane, Arcade, Wilson, Batavia, Attica, Darien Center,  Lockport, Olean, Bradford, Cuba, Webster, Chautauqua,  Jamestown, Saint Bonaventure, Penfield, Victor, Randolph, Geneseo, Andover, North Rose, Weedsport, Wheeler, Sodus Point, Alma, Romulus, Canisteo, Norrisville, and Cayuga. We provide concrete barrier blocks in Buffalo, NY.

Concrete blocks have all sorts of different names, so perhaps you know Bin Blocks In Buffalo, NY by a different name. Out of the many names blocks can have, the more commonly used ones within our business include: bin blocks, waste blocks, ecology blocks, mafia blocks, jumbo blocks, stackable concrete blocks, lego blocks, barrier blocks, soldier blocks, interlocking v-blocks, storage wall blocks, gravity wall blocks, leftover concrete blocks, and large concrete retaining wall blocks.  If you have some other black names you’re more accustomed to using, please let us know and we can add them to our list.

We provide bin blocks in Buffalo, NY. These blocks are also known as v-wedge blocks. These blocks are 6’ x 2’ x 2’ in size and 3,600lbs in weight. Thirteen of these blocks can fit per delivery trailer. Now, what is so special about these blocks? These v-wedge blocks have exactly what their name implies: v-wedges. There are four total: one on the top, one on the side, and an inverted version of the wedge on both the opposite side and bottom of the block. In addition, each of these blocks have a rebar handle loop installed on its top. This enables you to move these blocks without the use of complicated rigging equipment. Another feature worth noting is that these blocks have an option of having a decorative stone-face installed directly onto its sides. If you have any questions about these blocks, please do not hesitate to contact us!

We provide concrete barrier blocks in Buffalo, NY. So, what kind of projects can our blocks be used in? All kinds! There are so many different options for block usage out there. But, some of the more common ways our concrete blocks have been used are in projects such as: controlling traffic, storage bins, fuel / propane tank protection, anchor weights for large tents, concrete retaining walls, road district storage, utility security, property separation and protection, parking lot management, and general weight.  If you have any other ideas or questions regarding block usage, please feel free to contact us. We would love to chat with you.

So, after purchasing your block, how should you expect to receive Bin Blocks In Buffalo, NY? We will provide you with our blocks in one of two ways: by either delivery or pick up. We will walk you through both of these processes down below, starting with delivery. In order for delivery to go safely and smoothly, we ask a few different requirements to be met. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation. First thing you must make sure of, is having enough space for the delivery semi to safely enter and exit the block drop off area. A space of 47’-53’ must be available for this purpose. If you do not have this much space at your intended drop off location, we can discuss dropping the blocks off at another, nearby location and proceed to use smaller equipment to move the blocks to the actual, desired location. Next, you must have the proper type of block offloading equipment. In order to offload your blocks, this equipment must be able to withstand carrying 3,600lbs and reach a height of 7 ‘+, (this is because in height, the trailer is 5’ and the blocks are 2’). Now, we will discuss pick up. For pickup, the first thing you will need to do is give us a call. Someone from our team would love to speak with you and set you up with a date and time to come pick up your blocks from our plant. When you come to pick them up, we ask that you bring along a set of chains and/or straps that we can use to secure the blocks to the trailer after we load them up for you. Again if you have any questions regarding either delivery or pickup, please feel free to give us a call and we’d love to speak with you.

Fun Facts

​We love providing for the beautiful city of Buffalo. Here are some fun facts about it you may find interesting: 

  • Did you know that grain bins were invented here by Joseph Dart in 1842?
  • Did you know that Buffalo was the first U.S city to possess street lights?
  • In addition to grain bins, air conditioning was also invented in Buffalo.