We provide bin blocks in Cincinnati, OH and countless other cities all across the United States. Our products can be used in all sorts of different projects and are both affordable and environmentally friendly. Our experienced team is readily available to help serve you and all your concrete block needs. To speak with us, ask any questions you may have, or request additional information, please call the following number: 833-763-1711
City of Cincinnati
Located in Hamilton county, Ohio and covering 79.64 square miles is the city of Cincinnati. Cincinnati is settled in what is called the Bluegrass region, which consists of low ridges and hills. It can also be found north of the joining of the Ohio and Licking Rivers. Cincinnati is home to various different landmarks and waterways and is the third largest city in the state. Some tourist attractions you can find in Cincinnati include: Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens, Cincinnati Art Museum, Findlay Market, Fountain Square, and Music Hall. We provide concrete barrier blocks in Cincinnati, OH.
Now, we provide our products and services to many, many other places and cities in the country. So, our services are not limited to just Cincinnati. Here are some examples of cities that are all within a two-hour drive of Cincinnati that we also provide for: Harrison, Hebron, Florence, Monroe, Edgewood, Mason, Loveland, Erlanger, West Chester, Milford, Covington, Newport, Springdale, Sharnville, Blue Ash, Bethel, Brooksville, Xenia, Milan, Vandalia, Fayetteville, Riverside, Mount Orab, Beavercreek, Oxford, Dayton, Batesville, Wilmington, Kettering, Springfield, Crestwood, Lexington-Fayette, Grove City, Madison, Urbana, Shelbyville, Sydney, Rushville, Orient, Richmond, La Grange, Maysville, Cynthiana, Georgetown, Nicholasville, Carmel, Lima, Berea, Seymour, New Castle, Winchester, Marysville, New Albany, Fishers, Richmond, Pataskala, Westerville, Mount Sterling, and Louisville. Again, our services are not limited to just these cities, so regardless of where you are located, we would still love to work with you! Please just give us a call! We provide bin blocks in Cincinnati, OH.
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Cincinnati, OH, regardless of what other name you may know these blocks by. There are so many different block names out there, some of the more commonly used ones being: interlocking v-blocks, leftover concrete blocks, storage wall blocks, gravity wall blocks, stackable concrete blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, ecology blocks, jumbo blocks, mafia blocks, bin blocks, soldier blocks, barrier blocks, lego blocks, and waste blocks. If you have any other block names that you know of that you think should be included on our list, please feel free to let us know!
What is so special about the blocks we offer? These blocks are useful for a number of different projects, both large and small. They are useful because of the unique, yet simple, way they interlock with one another. These blocks can slide together easily by using their v-wedges. Each block has a total of four wedges. One can be found on the top, one on the side, and an inverted version of the same wedge can be found on the bottom and opposite side. In addition, you do not have to use any special or complicated rigging equipment in order to move these blocks. Each block has a rebar handle loop on its top, which can be used for this purpose. We offer these blocks in two different sizes for Cincinnati: a 6’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 3,600lbs and a 3’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 1,800lbs. When it comes to transporting these blocks, either thirteen of the 6’ blocks or twenty-six of the 3’ blocks can be fit, per trailer. We provide bin blocks in Cincinnati, OH.
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Cincinnati, OH. How can you expect to use our blocks? They can be used in all sorts of different projects, big and small. However, here are some examples of the more common ways our blocks have been used across the country: parking lot management, storage bins, road district material storage, utilities security, protection for fuel/propane tanks, anchor weights for large tents, traffic control, property separation, concrete retaining walls, as well as general weight. There are plenty of other block uses out there, so if you have any ideas or questions for us, please feel free to let us know by giving us a call. We’d love to hear from you! 833-763-1711
Lastly, we will discuss how you can receive your blocks from us after purchasing them: through either delivery or pickup. We will discuss these processes and their requirements down below. If you have any questions or concerns whatsoever, please do not hesitate to give us a call. Someone from our team will be more than happy to speak with you. Now we will discuss delivery. First off, you must make sure you have an open space of 47’-53’ available. This is to make sure the delivery semi can safely enter and exit the drop off site. If you do not have this much space available, we can discuss dropping the blocks off at another nearby location and use smaller equipment to move the blocks to the actual desired spot. Next, you must have the proper type and size of block offloading machinery. In order to properly and safely offload your blocks, this machinery must be able to 1) withstand carrying the weight of your blocks (1,800-3,600lbs) and 2) since, in height, the trailer is 5’ and the blocks are 2’, it must be able to reach a height of 7’+. Now we will move onto the pick up process. First thing you will need to do is give us a call. Someone from our team will gladly set you up with a date and time to come pick up your blocks from our facility. When you come to get them, we will gladly load the blocks onto the trailer for you. However, to secure the blocks safely to the trailer, we ask that you provide us with chains and/or straps that we can use to do so. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation. Thank you!
We love providing for the gorgeous city and area of Cincinnati, OH. Here are some fun facts about this area for you:
- Did you know that Cincinnati was part of the Underground Railroad?
- Did you know that the nation’s largest abandoned subway system is beneath Cincinnati?
- Did you know that flying pigs are associated with the city of Cincinnati? So much so that Cincinnati’s nickname is “Porkopolis”!