We provide bin blocks in Chesapeake, VA and other cities all across the U.S of A. We have a great, wide selection of affordable and environmentally friendly blocks for you to choose from, along with a wonderful, experienced team to help you along the way. We would love to help provide for you and your project. For more information or to ask us any question you may have, please feel free to call the following number: 833-763-1711
City of Chesapeake
Covering a vast 351 square miles near the Atlantic Ocean in the U.S state of Virginia is the city of Chesapeake. Chesapeake consists of a large part of the Great Dismal Swamp region and it is even considered one of the larger Virginian, and even country, areas when it comes to the space it takes up. The city has miles of beautiful forests, marshes, and farming land. Some attractions you can find within Chesapeake include: Northwest River Park, Great Bridge Lock Park, Chesapeake Arboretum, and various kayaking activities. We provide concrete barrier blocks in Chesapeake, VA.
We provide bin blocks in Chesapeake, VA. Like we said earlier though, we provide for cities all over the nation, and we’d love to help you out, regardless of where you are located. Below we crafted a list of some cities that are within a two-hour radius of Chesapeake as some examples of some nearby cities we would love to help out. If you can’t find your project location on this list, not to worry! We would still love to help you. Please give us a call and we would love to speak with you and how we can best serve you, regardless of location. Here are some cities within a two-hour drive of Chesapeake: South Mills, Lake Prince Farms, Seatack, Linkhorn, Virginia Beach, Newport News, Laurel Manor, Suffolk, Linlier, Princess Anne, Atlantic Park, Wolfsnare Plantation, Lynnwood, Chesapeake Bay, Oceania, Jarvisburg, Eure, Hobbsville, Gloucester Point, Cortland, Sedley, Cape Charles, Eleanor’s Crossroads, Yorktown, Village of Williamsburg, Hertford, Wakefield, Grandy, Cheriton, Poplar Branch, Stony Creek, Ruthville, Jarratt, Franklin Farms, Boston, Lasker, Rich Square, Rosemead, Davis Wharf, Charles City, Colerain, Foster, Seaboard, Dutton, Melfa, Midlothia, Montpelier, Hall Swamp, Dunbrooke, Wilsons, Swans Center, Scranton, New Church, Beauhaven, Douglas Crossroads, Rockville, Manakin, Millers Tavern, Weems, and Bethel.
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Chesapeake, VA, but you might know these blocks by an alternate name, such as: bin blocks, barrier blocks, mafia blocks, waste blocks, lego blocks, ecology blocks, soldier blocks, jumbo blocks, interlocking v-blocks, storage wall blocks, gravity wall blocks, leftover concrete blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, and stackable concrete blocks. There are all sorts of different block names out there though; so if there are any other names you are more familiar with, please let us know and we can add them to our list!
We provide bin blocks in Chesapeake, VA. What is so special about these blocks anyways? These blocks are what we call “v-wedge” blocks. These blocks are quite useful in a lot of different projects, both large and small. These blocks have the ability to slide together and interlock with one another by use of their (you guessed it!) v-wedges. You can find four wedges on each block: one on the top, one on the side, and an inverted version of the same wedge on the bottom and opposite side. In addition, another helpful feature is that each block has a rebar handle loop on its top, which you can use to move these blocks around instead of using complicated rigging equipment. We offer these blocks in one size for the Chesapeake area: a 6’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 3,600lbs. When it comes to transporting these blocks, each trailer can hold thirteen of them. If you have any questions or would like to request more information about these blocks, please do not hesitate to give us a call. We would be more than happy to speak with you.
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Chesapeake, VA, but how exactly do you get your blocks? Well, we have two options of block transport for you to choose from: delivery or pick up. Both of these options have a few requirements, (all of which we will discuss below), that must be met on your end of things in order for them to go safely and smoothly. We thank you for your understanding and cooperation! If you have any questions or concerns regarding either of these processes, please give us a call. Now we will go through the requirements for delivery. First thing you will need to make sure of is having the proper type of block offloading machinery that is capable of offloading the blocks once they arrive on site. In order to do this safely, this machinery must be able to lift at least 3,600lbs and reach a height of 7 ‘+ (this is because, in height, the trailer is 5’ and the blocks are 2’). Next, in order for the delivery semi to safely enter and exit the drop off area, a space of 47’-53’ must be available. If you do not have access to this much space, we can discuss dropping the blocks off at another, nearby location and use smaller equipment to relocate the blocks to the actual, desired spot. Now we will go through the requirements for pick up. First thing you will need to do is give us a call. During this call, someone from our team will be more than happy to set you up with a date and time to come to our facility and pick up your blocks. When you come to pick them up, we will load them up onto the trailer for you, but in order to secure them down, we ask that you bring along a set of straps and/or chains that are able to do just that. Thank you! 833-763-1711
We love providing for the wonderful area that is Chesapeake, VA. We’d also love to share some some fun facts about this area with you:
- Did you know that each year, the Chesapeake Bay area harvests around 500 million pounds of seafood?
- A strange law in Chesapeake is that, within a single hour time frame, you are not allowed to release more than 50 balloons into the air.
- Did you know that the Great Dismal Swamp Wildlife Refuge, which takes up a large portion of Chesapeake, is home to over 213 different types of birds?