Are you currently working on a project located within the state of Kansas? Are you looking for someone to provide you with concrete blocks for your project? If so, we are here to help! We provide our concrete block services to states and cities all across the U.S of A, and we’d love for your state/city to be next! We have an affordable and environmentally friendly selection of concrete products and a well-equipped, amazing team, ready to help you out. We provide bin blocks in Kansas. If you would like to request more information about us or have any questions, please give us a call at the following number: 833-763-1711
State of Kansas
Located in the Midwest region of the United States, the state of Kansas spans an area of 82,278 square miles. It is bordered by its fellow U.S states of Nebraska, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Colorado. In the northeast part of the state, gentle, rolling hills and forests can be found, while the rest of it is plains and prairies. It is also located about equidistant from the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean, near the geographical center of the United States. We provide concrete barrier blocks in Kansas. Some tourist attractions found in Kansas include: Botanica, The Wichita Gardens, Kansas State Capital, Sedgwick County Zoo, and the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve.
We provide bin blocks in Kansas. We provide in cities both large and small. Below, we have created an example list of some of the cities we provide for. If you cannot locate your project location on this list, don’t worry! We would still love to help you out, regardless of location. Please feel free to contact us if you cannot find your project location within this list. Some of the cities we provide for include: Wichita, Overland Park, Kansas City, Olathe, Lawrence, Topeka, Shawnee, Lenexa, Manhattan, Salina, Hutchinson, Leavenworth, Leawood, Garden City, Dodge City, Derby, Emporia, Gardner, Prairie City, Hays, Pittsburgh, Liberal, Newton, Andover, Great Bend, McPherson, El Dorado, Ottawa, Haysville, Marion, Humboldt, North Newton, Syracuse, Plainville, Caney, Edgerton, Westwood, Ogden, Oswego, Sedgwick, Smith Center, Douglass, Horton, Plainville, Meade, Belle Plaine, Leoti, Colwich, Kinsley, Arma, Hill City, Chapman, Carbondale, Sublette, Silver Lake, Osborne, Inman, Atwood, Harper, and Rossville. We provide concrete barrier blocks in Kansas.
We provide bin blocks in Kansas. However, you might know these blocks by some other names. Below we crafted a list of some of the more commonly used concrete barrier blocks in Kansas names within our business. The names include: bin blocks, barrier blocks, jumbo blocks, mafia blocks, lego blocks, ecology blocks, waste blocks, soldier blocks, interlocking v-blocks, leftover concrete blocks, stackable concrete blocks, storage wall blocks, gravity wall blocks, and large concrete retaining wall blocks. If you have any other concrete block names you are more accustomed to using, please feel free to let us know and we can add these names to our list as well.
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Kansas. These blocks are also what we call v-wedge blocks. These blocks use v-wedges in order to slide together smoothly and efficiently, making them useful for a number of projects. There is a normal v-wedge on the top and the side of the block, while a reverse, inverted version of the wedge can be found on the bottom and other side of the block. These blocks also do not require special rigging equipment in order to move them. By utilizing their rebar handle loop, moving these blocks is made easy. These blocks come in various weights and sizes, so please contact us for more information regarding these smaller details. Thank you!
So, as we said before, concrete blocks have all sorts of different names, and the same goes for their uses. concrete barrier blocks in Kansas can be used in all sorts of projects, both large and small. Some of the ways our concrete blocks have been/can be used are in projects such as: parking lot management, creating storage bins, controlling traffic, general weight, protecting fuel/propane tanks, anchor weights for large tents, creating concrete retaining walls, material storage for road districts, separating or protecting property, and securing various types of utilities. If you have any ideas or questions on how our blocks can be used, please feel free to give us a call! We’d love to talk with you!
Once you purchase your blocks, how exactly do you receive them? As for transportation of your blocks, we have two options available for you to choose from: delivery or pick up. We will walk you through these processes down below: First, we’ll walk through the delivery process. The first thing you need to make sure of is that you have the proper type of block offloading equipment. This equipment must be able to reach a height of 7’+, because in height, each block is about 2’ and the trailer is 5’. It must also be able to withstand carrying the weight of your blocks. The weights and sizes of each block may vary, so please contact us for more information regarding these details. Another thing you must note when it comes to delivery is having enough space for the delivery semi to enter and exit the site. In order for this to safely happen, you must have a space of 47’-53’ available. If your jobsite does not have this much space, we can discuss dropping off the blocks at another, nearby location and then proceed to use smaller machinery to transport the blocks to the actual site. Now, let’s talk about pick up. In order to select pick up, you just give us a call and set up a date and time to come pick up your blocks at our facility. When you come, we ask that you bring a set of straps/chains that can be used to secure the concrete barrier blocks in Kansas to the trailer. Don’t worry, we will load the blocks onto the trailer for you! If you have any questions or concerns regarding either the delivery or pick up process, please feel free to give us a call. Someone from our team would love to speak with you.
We love providing for the state of Kansas and the country as a whole. We’d actually like to share some fun facts regarding the state of Kansas with you down below:
- What is Kansas’s nickname? The Sunflower State!
- What is Kansas’s state bug? The honeybee!
- Did you know that the very first, U.S plane factory was started in Wichita, Kansas?