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For Jackson and nearby areas, we have a 4’ x 2’ x 2’, 2,400 lbs v-wedge block available. We also offer 6’ x 2’ x 2’ weighing in at 3,600 lbs each. These blocks are useful in quite a handful of projects; as they include the option for interlocking together by use of their v-wedges, located on the top and side and the reverse version of the wedge on the bottom and opposite side. Maneuvering these blocks is quite easy because the top of each block is equipped with a rebar handle loop for this purpose. 18 of the 4’ x 2’ x 2’ blocks can be fit on a typical tractor trailer, while 13 of 6’ x 2’ x 2’ block will max out a load.
As we mentioned before, different blocks have quite a variety of names and the same goes for their uses. Concrete blocks have been used for centuries in order to improve many areas of life and society. The uses and advantages are endless and we pride ourselves in making availability of concrete blocks as efficient as possible. Some of the ways our concrete blocks have been used in helpful ways include: helping control traffic, creating concrete retaining walls, element storage for road districts, anchor weights for tents, creation of bins used for storage, managing parking lots, separating property, protecting fuel or propane tanks, and so much more. If you have any ideas on how to further the use of concrete blocks in any type of project, please let us know! We’d love to hear your ideas on the matter.
Transportation of concrete blocks doesn’t have to be a hard or stressful process as some think it may be! We offer two modes of transport: delivery and pick up. We like to make these processes as quick, safe, and stress-free as possible, so if you have any questions or concerns regarding either of these methods, please give us a call and we’d love to chat! For pick up, you will need to give our team a call and we’ll gladly set you up with a date and time to visit our facility and pick up the blocks. We will have someone load the blocks onto the truck for you, but we ask that you bring along a set of straps and/or chains for security of the blocks. For delivery, your job site must be equipped with the proper equipment in order to offload the blocks once the delivery semi arrives. This equipment must 1) be able to reach a height of 7’+ because the trailer is usually 5’ and each block is 2’ and 2) be able to withstand carrying a weight up to 2,400lbs. In addition, your jobsite must have a space of at least 48-’53’ available in order for the delivery semi to safely enter and exit the site. If your jobsite does not have enough room, we will gladly discuss drop off of the blocks at another nearby location and transport the blocks to the actual site by use of smaller machinery. Since these blocks do not require any type of special rigging, all you need to do is attach a chain to the rebar handle loop atop the block in order to move and offload them. Again, we’d love to address any questions or concerns you may have, so please give us a call if you have any! Our number, once again, is: 769-333-5068
We look forward to continuing serving the Mississippi capital city of Jackson and for other cities all over the U.S! Below, we’d like to share some fun facts about your wonderful state of Mississippi!:
- Did you know that the first public college for women in the U.S was opened in Mississippi in the year 1884?
- Located in Edwards, Mississippi is the worlds largest, and possibly only cactus plantation!
- Did you know that Mississippi earned the title for “Sweet Potato Capital of the World”?
- You can find the world’s largest shrimp in Pascagoula, Mississippi at the Old Spanish Fort Museum.
Are you located in or near the city of Jackson, Mississippi and in need of a supply of concrete blocks? If so, please consider giving us a call. We aim to provide exceptional and flexible service for projects based all over the nation and would love to help service you in all your concrete block needs, big and small. To speak with us, please call the number: 769-333-5068
The City of Jackson
Jackson, the state capitol and most populous city of Mississippi, is located near the Pearl River and in the greater side of what is called the Jackson Prairie Region of the state. In a small portion of the west part of the city, you can find I-220 and on the east side, U.S Route 51 and I-55. The city covers a vast area of 113.2 square miles, while 2.2 of these miles are covered by water. Some main tourist attractions include: The Mississippi Museum of Art, LeFleur’s Bluff State Park, and the Old Capitol Museum.
Not only do we provide for the city of Jackson, but we aim to service people and projects based all over the county. Here we have a list of “example” cities, all within a certain distance of Jackson, that we would also love to provide for. If you cannot locate your project location within the list, please give us a call and we’d love to figure out a way we can best serve you: Crystal Springs, Livingston, Canton, Raymond, Pelahatchie, Thomasville, Bolton, Madison, Cynthia, Florence, Clinton, Gluckstadt, Rankin, Brandon, Cleary, New Hebron, Milton, Rocky Springs, Brookhaven, Raleigh, West Hill, Lena, Mound, Franklin, Hillsboro, Coats, Yazoo City, Delta, Norris, Midway, Winoa, Meridian, Kosciusko, Lorman, McComb, Pearl, Forest, Vicksburg, Eupora, Schlater, Walthill, Tickfaw, Murfreesboro, Storeville, Bruce Junction, Sandy Hook, Richland, Leland, Oakland, and Baxterville.
When it comes to concrete blocks, they have quite a few different reference names. One particular block type can have multiple name variants, which can make discussing them a bit confusing at times. To help you become familiarized with typical names we use for our blocks, we created a list down below containing some of the names. If you have some alternate names you’d prefer to use, don’t hesitate to let us know and we’ll gladly add them to our list! 769-333-5068