Do you have a project located in the state of Illinois that is in need of a supply of concrete block products? Well, we are here to serve you! We provide bin blocks in Illinois. We have an experienced, wonderful team that is ready to help you with all of your concrete block needs. So, to ask any questions you may have or request more information, please feel free to call us at the following number: 217-478-5060
The State of Illinois
Illinois is a Midwestern, U.S state that is bordered by the states of Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, Kentucky, and Indiana. Illinois covers 57,915 square miles and mainly consists of rich farmland. The state’s capital is Springfield, while Chicago is the most populous city in the state, as well as one of the most populous cities in the whole nation. With a diverse economy, Illinois is a major producer of corn, soybeans, hogs, and dairy products. Some various Illinois attractions include: the Willis Tower Skydeck, Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, Navy Pier, Lincoln Park, and Starved Rock National Park. We provide concrete barrier blocks in IL.
We provide our products in cities both large and small all across the nation. We would love for your hometown to be next! Although we provide for all cities in the state, here are some more specific example of Illinois cities that we provide for: Chicago, Aurora, Joliet, Naperville, Rockford, Elgin, Springfield, Peoria, Champaign, Waukegan, Cicero, Decatur, Arlington Heights, Orland Park, Bloomington, Oak Lawn, Normal, Wheaton, Hoffman Estates, Des Plaines, Buffalo Grove, Woodstock, Sullivan, Edwardsville, Arthur, Blue Island, Tuscola, Freeport, Mt. Zion, Beach Park, Mattoon, Villa Grove, Lincolnwood, Streator, Herrin, Plano, Charleston, Roselle, Winnetka, Northlake, La Salle, Sugar Grove, Savoy, Paris, Rock Falls, Danville, Glen Carbon, Effingham, Hawthorn Woods, Lynwood, Monmouth, Jerseyville, Island Lake, Harrisburg, Princeton, Sandwich, University Park, and Hazel Crest. If you cannot find your project location on this list, not to worry! We would still love to help you. Please feel free to give us a call and we’d love to chat with you. We provide bin blocks in IL, regardless of where your project is located.
We provide concrete barrier blocks in IL, regardless of what other names you know these blocks by. Some of the more common concrete block names we use include: bin blocks, barrier blocks, soldier blocks, ecology blocks, waste blocks, jumbo blocks, mafia blocks, lego blocks, interlocking v-blocks, leftover concrete blocks, stackable concrete blocks, storage wall blocks, gravity wall blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks. If you are more familiar with some other concrete block names, please let us know which ones you use and we can add them to our list!
We provide bin blocks in IL. These bin blocks are what we call v-wedge blocks. These blocks come in a variety of different sizes and weights, so please contact us for more specific details about these blocks. However, these blocks are useful for a number of projects because they have the ability to interlock with one another. This is because they are equipped with what are known as v-wedges. These blocks have a total of four wedges. One wedge is on the top, one on the side, and a reverse version of the wedge can be found on the side and another on the bottom. In addition, each block is equipped with a rebar handle loop on the top, which can be utilized in order to move the blocks around. If you have any questions about these blocks or would like to request more information, please give us a call!
So, what purpose do our blocks serve? Actually, you can use them for a very wide variety of projects, large and small. Some of the projects our blocks have been used in are: traffic control, parking lot management, anchor weights for large tents, fuel/propane tank protection, concrete retaining walls, road district storage, utilities security, storage bins, and general weight. If you have any questions or ideas regarding further concrete block usage, please contact us! We’d love to hear from you.
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Illinois. Now, let’s discuss how you actually receive your concrete blocks after purchasing. We have two different methods of block transport available for you. We offer either pick up or delivery. We will now walk you through both of those processes, starting with pick up. In order to select pick up, first you must give us a call. Someone from our amazing team will speak with you and set you up with a date and time to come pick up your blocks at our facility. We will load the blocks onto the trailer for you, so no need to worry about that. However, we do ask that you bring a set of chains and/or straps that can be used to secure the blocks down to the trailer. Now, let’s walk through the delivery process. In order for delivery to go smoothly and safely, first off, you must have the proper amount of space for the delivery semi to enter and exit the site. 47’-53’ of space must be available to accomplish this. If this much space is not available, we can discuss dropping the blocks off at another, nearby location and use smaller equipment to transport the blocks to the actual site. Next, you must have the right type of concrete block, offloading equipment. This equipment must be able to withstand carrying the weight of your blocks. Please contact us for more information regarding block weights and sizes. Second, this equipment must have the ability to reach a height of 7’+. This is because, in height, the blocks are around 2’ and the trailer is 5’. If you have any questions regarding either delivery or pick up, please feel free to contact us and we’d be happy to speak with you.
We love providing our services to all across the nation, but since we are focusing more on the individual state of Illinois, we’d love to share some Illinois fun facts with you:
- Did you know that the Sears Tower in Chicago, Illinois is the tallest building in America?
- Did you know that Illinois is home to the world’s largest bottle of catsup?
- Where was the ice cream sundae invented? Evanston, Illinois!