Are you looking for a reliable and quality company to service all your concrete block needs, specifically in the Hartford, Connecticut area? Well, we are here to help you! We provide concrete barrier blocks for Hartford, Connecticut. If you would like to speak with us on how we can best serve you and your project, please give us a call at the number: 833-763-1711
The City of Hartford
The city of Hartford is the capital of the state of Connecticut and is the core city of the metropolitan area, Greater Hartford. Founded in 1635, it remains one of the oldest cities in the whole nation! Hartford has a square mileage of 18.0 square miles and is surrounded by some cities such as: Newington, Wethersfield, Bloomfield, Windsor, and both West and East Hartford. Notably, since the city is so old, it definitely has some character to it. It is found to be home to the country’s oldest publicly funded park, public museum, and oldest continuously printed newspaper. We provide bin blocks in Hartford, Connecticut.
In addition to serving major cities, such as Hartford, we also provide for many smaller cities and towns all over the states. As a matter of fact, down below we have cultivated a list of cities that are within a certain range from Hartford as an example of how many places we serve. However, if for some reason you cannot locate the location of your project on this list, please give us a call and we can discuss how we can best serve you, regardless of location. Here are some of the cities close to Hartford that we also serve: Springfield, Meridian, Bristol, Southington, Middletown, Cromwell, Enfield, New Britain, Manchester, Farmington, Rocky Hill, Glastonbury, Danbury, Newington, Windsor, Wethersfield, Amherst, Groton, Bridgeport, New London, Milford, Guilford, New Town, North Hampton, Shelton, West Haven, Uncasville, Westfield, Norwich, New Haven, Pittsfield, Greenwich, Brattleboro, Stamford, Lenox, Norwalk, Westport, Mystic, Fairfield, Staatsburg, Red Hook, Ascutney, Slingerlands, Hillsdale, Beverly Farms, Ramsey, Albertson, Stewart Manor, Hingham, Rockdale, North Valley Stream, Rockland, Teaneck, and Merrimac.
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Hartford, CT although you may refer to them by a different name. Concrete blocks can have altering names depending on different locations, businesses, and construction sites. However, to avoid some possible confusion between block names, here are some of the more commonly used names within our business. If you have any names you have used or would prefer to use, please let us know! We love to hear your thoughts on all things concrete blocks! But, for now, hopefully this can help you familiarize yourself with some of our blocks: waste blocks, jumbo blocks, storage wall blocks, ecology blocks, soldier blocks, barrier blocks, bin blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, lego blocks, leftover concrete blocks, stackable concrete blocks, interlocking v-blocks, gravity wall blocks, and mafia blocks.
We provide bin blocks for Hartford, Connecticut. The particular version of these blocks that we provide for this certain location is what we call a v-wedge block. These blocks are available in two different sizes: a 6’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 3,600lbs and a 3’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 1,800lbs. Thirteen of the 6’ blocks can fit on a typical delivery semi truck bed while twenty-six of the 3’ blocks can fit. These v-wedge blocks also come with a handy interlocking system. Their signature v-wedge feature enables the blocks to slide together with ease. One of the two sets of v-wedges can be found on the top and side, while the reverse set of the wedge is on the bottom and other side. For moving and offloading the blocks, there is a rebar handle loop installed on top of each block. All you need to do for moving the block around is to attach a chain to the loop. If you have any questions regarding these blocks, please let us know!
Now that we’ve discussed locations we serve, block names, and the concrete barrier blocks we provide in Hartford, let’s talk about concrete block uses. They can prove to be a useful addition to a number of projects, large and small; whether it be a small, home project, or a large industrial construction project. Some examples of the ways our concrete blocks have been put to good use have been: parking lot and/or traffic management and direction, storage bins, security of utilities, road district storage, separation of property, anchor weights for large tents, propane or fuel tank protection, concrete retaining walls, and general weight. If you have any ideas on how to further the use of concrete blocks, please give us a call today! 833-763-1711
Last but not least, we will discuss how you can receive your concrete blocks, once you’ve placed an order. We offer two different methods of transport for your blocks: delivery or pick up. However, there are a few different requirements needed when selecting either of these options. First, we will talk about delivery. In order for delivery to go smoothly, you must have the proper, adequate equipment ready to offload the concrete blocks from the trailer once it arrives. This on site equipment must be able to lift up to 3,600 or 1,800lbs, depending on which size of block you have selected. It must also be able to reach a height of up to 7’+ because the trailer is usually 5’ in height and the blocks, 2’. Also, we must add a special note that your drop off site must have a space of around 47’-53’ available so that the delivery truck can enter and exit the site safely and quickly. If your site lacks this amount of space, we can talk about finding another area with the right amount of space for block drop off and then use smaller machinery to move the blocks to their actual home. On the other hand, we have pickups. For pickup, you will need to give someone from our team a call and they can set you up with a date and time to come visit our plant and pick up the blocks yourself. We will do the harder job of loading the blocks onto the trailer for you, but on your part of things, we ask that you provide a set of chains and/or straps so we can fasten the blocks down safely to the trailer bed. If you have any questions regarding either of these methods, or anything listed in the article above, please don’t hesitate to give us a call and we would love to help serve you!
We provide bin blocks in Hartford, Connecticut, which is a beautiful city. We love providing for it! So much so, that we would like to share some fun facts regarding the city:
- Did you know that America’s first cookbook was published in Hartford, Connecticut?
- Did you know that “The Children’s Magazine”, the first ever magazine made especially for kids, was created in Hartford in 1789?
- Did you know that the first time a President of the United States ever rode in an automobile was on the streets of Hartford? President Theodore Roosevelt took to Hartford’s streets on August 22, 1902.