Are you located in, or around, the city of Knoxville, TN and interested in receiving a supply of concrete blocks for a project you are currently working on or planning on working on? If so, you’ve come to the right place. We provide bin blocks in Knoxville, TN. We serve with purpose, integrity, and a great selection of concrete products. Our products are both environmentally-friendly and affordable. If you have any questions or would like to request more information about us or our work, please feel free to give us a call at the following number and someone from our wonderful, experienced team would love to speak with you: 833-763-1711
City of Knoxville
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Knoxville, TN. County seat, and largest populated city of Knox County, Tennessee is the city of Knoxville. Knoxville covers an area of 104.2 square miles, located in the great Appalachian Valley and about halfway between the Great Smoky Mountains and the Cumberland Plateau. The Tennessee River, formed in the southeastern part of the city, flows through the downtown part of the city. Some tourist attractions in Knoxville include the following: Zoo Knoxville, Market Square, World’s Fair Park, Ijams Nature Center, and Tennessee Theater. We provide bin blocks in Knoxville, TN.
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Knoxville ,TN and surrounding areas. Regardless of where you are located, we would love to help you. We put a list of some cities, all within a two hour drive of Knoxville, that we would also love to help out. Our service is not limited to just these cities, so if you cannot find your project location within this list, don’t worry! Please feel free to give us a call and we’d still love to find a way we can still help you. Some of the cities around Knoxville that we also provide for include: Emory Hills, Clinton, Ewing, Elajay, Condon, Oak Ridge, Alnwick, Catlettsburg, Dupont, Corryton, Kodak, Dumplin, Oak City, Blount Beach, Andersonville, Newport, Loudon, Pigeon Forge, Sweetwater, Lenoir City, Kingston, Sevier, Dandridge, Caryville, Maryville, Corbin, Slaughter, Dayton, Cleveland, Greeneville, Williamsburg, Crossville, Oneida, Gatlinburg, Athens, Morristown, Suck Creek, Littleton, Fresh Meadows, Mendota, Trenton, Wellhope, Frazer, Dalton, Scott Addition, Ducktown, Nickelsville, and Cherokee. Again, if you cannot find your project location on this list, please feel free to give us a call and we’d love to speak with you on how we can still serve you. Thank you!
We provide bin blocks in Knoxville, TN, but there is a more than likely chance that you know these blocks by an alternate name. To avoid confusion and to help you become familiar with some of our block terminology, we created a list of the more commonly used concrete block names with our business. The names are not just limited to these, however, so if you have any other names that you are more accustomed to using, please feel free to let us know and we can add them to our list as well! The block names that we more commonly use include the following: large concrete retaining wall blocks, gravity wall blocks, interlocking v-blocks, stackable concrete blocks, storage wall blocks, leftover concrete blocks, lego blocks, mafia blocks, jumbo blocks, bin blocks, barrier blocks, soldier blocks, ecology blocks, and waste blocks.
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Knoxville, TN. But what are the specifics of these blocks? Well, these blocks are also what are known as v-wedge blocks. We provide these v-wedge blocks in two different variations: a 6’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 3,600lbs and a 4’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 2,400lbs. These blocks are unique in the way that they interlock with one another: by use of v-wedges. Each block has a total of four different wedges, one set of normal, protruding wedges, and a set of inverted wedges that form an indent in the block. Out of the first set of wedges, one wedge can be found on the top of the block, while the other is on the side. Out of the second, inverted set, one wedge can be found on the bottom and the other on the opposite side. In addition, each block has a rebar handle loop on the top of it, which can be used to make moving the blocks a lot easier instead of having to use complicated rigging equipment. Speaking of moving the blocks, as for their transportation, on each trailer, thirteen of the 6’ blocks can be fit and eighteen of the 4’ blocks can be fit. If you have any questions about these blocks, please feel free to give us a call and we’d be happy to chat with you.
So, what uses can you expect to get out of our blocks? Well, first off, they are a great option for a wide range of projects, both large and small. They can be used in large, construction site projects, or smaller, more personal projects. They have been used all over the country in all sorts of ways, such as: creating storage bins, controlling traffic, managing parking lots, serving as general weight, protecting fuel/propane tanks, creating storage bins for road district materials, creating concrete retaining walls, creating an anchor weights for large tents, separating property, and securing various utilities. If you have any questions or ideas regarding further concrete block usage, please feel free to let us know and we’d love to speak with you. Thank you!
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Knoxville, TN, but how exactly should you expect to receive them? We will provide you with your blocks in one of two ways: delivery or pick up. We will walk you through both of these processes and their requirements down below. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to give us a call and we would love to help you out.
Let’s start by walking through the delivery process. First things first, you will need to have the proper amount of space in order for the delivery semi to safely enter and exit the drop off site. In order to do this, a space of 47’-53’ must be present. If not, we can discuss dropping the blocks off at another nearby area and proceed to use smaller machinery to transport the blocks back to the actual desired location. Second, you must have the proper type of block offloading equipment. In order to properly offload your blocks, the machinery must be able to 1) reach a height of 7’+, (this is because, in height, the trailer is 5’ and the blocks are each 2’) and 2) withstand carrying 2,400-3,600lbs (depending on the size of block being delivered). Next up, let’s talk through the pick up process. First thing you will need to do is give us a call. Someone from our team would be more than happy to set you up with a date and time to come to our facility and pick up your blocks. We ask that when you come to get them, you bring a set of chains and/or straps with you that we can use to secure the blocks to the trailer after we load them up for you. Thank you!
We love providing for the wonderful city of Knoxville. Here are some fun facts about it that you may find interesting:
- Cherry Coke first appeared at the Knoxville’s World Fair.
- Speaking of the world fair, the touchscreen was first introduced there in 1982.
- Did you know that Knoxville is known as “The Underwear Capital of the World”?