State of Kentucky
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We provide bin blocks in Kentucky. These blocks are specially equipped to slide together and interlock, making them useful for many different kinds of projects. Each block has four v-wedges that enable them to do this. You can find a protruding v-wedge on both the top and side of the block, while an inverted v-wedge can be found on both the bottom and opposite side. Another helpful feature about each block is its rebar handle loop, which can be found on each blocks’ top. This loop enables you to move each block around without the use of complicated rigging equipment. We provide these blocks in a few different sizes for the state of Kentucky: 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, each trailer can carry either thirteen of the 6’ blocks or twenty-six of the 3’ blocks. If you have any questions or would like more information about these blocks, please feel free to give us a call at the following number: 833-763-1711
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Kentucky, which can be used in all kinds of different projects! Here are some examples of the more common uses of our concrete blocks: storage bins, anchor weights for large tents, parking lot management, traffic control, road district material storage, utilities security, fuel/propane tank protection, property separation, concrete retaining walls, and general weight. There are plenty of other uses for them though, so your usage options are not limited to just this list. Please feel free to let us know if you have any other block usage ideas or questions.
We provide bin blocks in Kentucky, but how exactly do you receive the blocks after purchasing them? We have two different block transportation methods available for you: delivery or pick up. Both of these options have a few different requirements that must be met in order for them to go safely and smoothly, which we will discuss with you down below, starting with delivery. If you have any questions or concerns regarding either of these processes, please feel free to let us know! We appreciate your understanding and cooperation. Let’s start with the delivery requirements. First off, you must have the proper type and size of block offloading equipment that is capable of offloading your blocks once they arrive. In order to do this, this equipment must be able to 1) carry the weight of your blocks (1,800-3,600lbs) and 2) reach a height of 7 ‘+ (because, in height, the blocks are 2’ and the trailer is 5’). Next, you must have an open space of 47’-53’ so that the delivery semi can safely enter and exit the drop off-site. If you do not have this much space at your disposal, we can discuss dropping the blocks off at another nearby location and proceed to transport the blocks to the actual site by using smaller equipment. Now let’s move on to the pick up process. First, you will need to give us a call. During this call, we can help 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 them onto the trailer for you, but we ask that you bring along some chains and/or straps that we can use to secure the blocks down. Again, if you have any questions or concerns, we’d be more than happy to help you out.
We provide concrete barrier blocks, regardless of what other name you might know these blocks by. Here are some examples of the more commonly used block names: large concrete retaining wall blocks, storage wall blocks, stackable concrete blocks, gravity wall blocks, leftover concrete blocks, interlocking v-blocks, bin blocks, barrier blocks, mafia blocks, soldier blocks, ecology blocks, lego blocks, jumbo blocks, and waste blocks. If there are any other block names you know of or are used to using, please let us know and we can add them to our list as well!
State of Kentucky
Covering 39,732 square miles in the Southeast of the U.S and bordered by the states of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, and Tennessee is the state of Kentucky.
Actually, Kentucky’s northern and western borders are formed by both the Ohio River and Mississippi River. Kentucky consists of mountainous regions, valleys, forests, and plains. Some tourist attractions you can find in Kentucky include the following: Kentucky Derby, Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory, Daniel Boone National Forest, Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, and Mammoth Cave National Park. We provide bin blocks in Kentucky.
We love providing our services to the state of Kentucky. Here are some fun facts about this beautiful state:
- What is Kentucky’s nickname? “The Bluegrass State.”
- Did you know that Post-It Notes were invented in Kentucky?
- Did you know that Kentucky is considered “The Horse Capital of the World.”?
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Kentucky and other states and cities all over the county, both big and small. Below we put together a list of some cities (both large and small) that are located in the state of Kentucky that we provide for. Our services are not limited to just these cities though; they are just examples. So, please feel free to give us a call whether or not you can find your project location in this list. We would love to provide for you, regardless of your location in the U.S. Now, here are some cities in the state of Kentucky: Louisville, Lexington-Fayette, Bowling Green, Owensboro, Covington, Georgetown, Richmond, Florence, Nicholasville, Elizabethtown, Hopkinsville, Jeffersontown, Frankfort, Independence, Henderson, Erlanger, Winchester, Burlington, Ashland, Paducah, Radcliff, Lancaster, Southgate, Grayson, Beaver Dam, Morganfield, West Liberty, Williamstown, Park Hills, Crestview Hills, Hodgenville, Wilder, Stanton, Simpsonville, Hartford, Eminence, Springfield, Lakeside Park, Marion, Cave City, Cadiz, Horse Cave, Windy Hills, Sorgho, Midway, Munfordville, Pinevillr, Sebree, Auburn, and Worthington. Again, we provide for places all over! So please just give us a call, regardless of your location.