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So, what makes our blocks so special? Well, these blocks can be used in all sorts of different projects, both large and small. What makes them so helpful? These blocks have the ability to slide together and interlock with one another by using their v-wedges. Each block has four v-wedges total. On the top and side of the block, you can find v-wedges that protrude out of the block, while on the bottom and other side, you can find a v-shaped indentation. Another helpful feature about these blocks is their rebar handle loop. Each block has one on its top, which enables you to move them around without the use of complicated rigging equipment. We offer these blocks in various different sizes for the state of Delaware, so please contact us for further information. Thank you! We look forward to hearing from you! 833-763-1711
So, in what ways can you expect to use our blocks? They can be used in all sorts of different ways. They have been utilized in projects all over the country. Some of these more common projects involve: traffic control, parking lot management, propane/fuel tank protection, utilities security, property separation, storage bins, road district storage, anchor weights for large tents, concrete retaining walls, and general weight. There are plenty of potential uses out there that are not listed above, so please feel free to let us know if you have any further ideas or questions! We provide bin blocks in Delaware.
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Delaware, but how exactly do you receive them after purchasing? We have two methods for block transportation for you to choose from: delivery or pick up. Each of these methods have a few different requirements that must be met in order for them to go safely and smoothie, which we will explain down below, starting with delivery: First thing you will need to make sure of is having the proper size and type of block offloading equipment that is capable of offloading the blocks from the trailer once they arrive. In order to do this, this equipment must be able to, first, reach a height of 7’+. This is because, in height, the trailer is 5’ and the blocks are 2’. Next, this equipment must be able to withstand carrying the weight of your blocks. The blocks’ weights will vary depending on the size being delivered. Please contact us for further information. Next, you must have an open area of at least 47’-53’. This is so that the delivery semi can safely enter and exit the site. If you do not have access to this much space, we can discuss dropping the blocks off at another, nearby available location. From there, we can use smaller machinery to transport the blocks to the actual desired spot. Now, here are the pick up requirements: First thing you will need to do is give us a call. During this call, someone from our team can 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 load the blocks onto the trailer. However, we ask that you provide a set of straps and/or chains that are able to secure the blocks down. Thank you! We appreciate your understanding and cooperation. If you have any questions or concerns regarding either of these processes, please give us a call! We look forward to hearing from you!
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Delaware, despite what other names you may know these blocks by. There are tons of different block names out there, so to try and make it a bit simpler for you, we put together a list of the more commonly used block names within our business: interlocking v-blocks, stackable concrete blocks, storage wall blocks, gravity wall blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, leftover concrete blocks, soldier blocks, ecology blocks, waste blocks, jumbo blocks, bin blocks, mafia blocks, barrier blocks, and lego blocks. If there are any other block names you know of that you are also familiar with, please let us know and we can add them to our list as well!
We love providing for the gorgeous state of Delaware. Here are some fun facts about this area:
- Did you know that, after Rhode Island, Delaware is the second smallest state in the U.S?
- What is Delaware’s nickname? The Blue Hen State!
- How many counties does Delaware have? Only three!
Are you interested in a supply of affordable and environmentally friendly concrete products for your project located in the state of Delaware? If so, we would love to help you out! We provide for projects located in cities and states all across the country, and we would love for your project to be next! We have a great, experienced team that is ready to help you with all of your concrete block needs and questions. We provide bin blocks in Delaware. To speak with us, please give us a call at the following number: 833-763-1711
State of Delaware
Covering an area of 1,982 square miles in the Mid-Atlantic region of the country is the U.S state of Delaware. Delaware is bordered by its fellow states of New Jersey,Maryland, and Pennsylvania, along with the Atlantic Ocean. Most of the state consists of low coastal plains, but you can find part of the Piedmont Plateau in the northern area of the state. In addition, the state shares with Maryland and Virginia, an area called the Delmarva Peninsula. Some tourist attractions you can find in Delaware include: Air Mobility Command Museum, Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library, Hagley Museum, Rehoboth and Delaware Beaches, Nemours Estate, and Delaware Art Museum. We provide concrete barrier blocks in Delaware.
We provide bin blocks in Delaware, regardless if you live in a big or small city. Here is a list of some of the cities in Delaware: Wilmington, Dover, Newark, Middletown, Bear, Glasgow, Brookside, Hockessin, Claymont, Wilmington Manor, Smyrna, Pike Creek Valley, Milford, North Star, Seaford, Pike Creek, Georgetown, Edgemoor, New Castle, Highland Acres, Rising-Sun Lebanon, Camden, Clayton, Laurel, Elsmere, Harrington, Lewes, Milton, Dover Base Housing, Long Neck, Selbyville, Greenville, Hartly, Farmington, Adrentown, Little Creek, Woodside, Viola, Port Penn, Kenton, Odessa, Dewey Beach, Lincoln, Ellendale, Frankford, St. Georges, Felton, Blades, Rodney Village, and Wyoming. If you can’t find your project location on this list, don’t worry! We would still love to help you, regardless of location. So, if you are interested in working with us, wherever you are located, please contact us and we’d love to figure out a way to best serve you. Thank you!