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So, what is so special about our blocks? These blocks are useful for a number of different projects, both large and small. They have the ability to slide together by use of their v-wedges. Each block has four v-wedges that enable them to do this: a protruding wedge on the top and side of the block and an inverted wedge on the bottom and opposite side of the block. Another helpful feature about these blocks is that they each have a rebar handle loop on their tops. By utilizing these loops, you do not need special rigging equipment in order to move the blocks around. We offer these blocks in various different sizes. Please contact us for more information. Thank you. We provide bin blocks in Louisiana.
Unsure if you can use our blocks in a particular project. No worries! Our blocks can be used in so many different ways. Some more basic examples are projects that involve: storage bins, concrete retaining walls, road district material storage, fuel/propane protection, utilities security, property separation, traffic control, parking lot management, anchor weights for large tents, and general weight. Our blocks can be used for various other things as well, so if you have any ideas or questions, please feel free to give us a call. We’d love to hear from you. 833-763-1711
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Louisiana, but how exactly do you receive your blocks? We have two methods of block transportation available for you to choose from: delivery or pick up. We will walk you through these process requirements down below, starting with delivery. If you have any questions or concerns whatsoever about either of these methods, please give us a call! Here are the delivery requirements: First, you must have the proper block offloading equipment that is ready to offload the blocks once they arrive on-site. In order to do this safely and smoothly, this equipment must be able to reach a height of 7 ‘+ (this is because, in height, each block is 2’ and the trailer is 5’) and also be able to carry the weight of your blocks. Block weights vary depending on the size of blocks being delivered. Please contact us for more information. Next, in order for the delivery semi to safely enter and exit the drop zone, a space of 47’-53’ must be available for this purpose. If you do not have this much space available to you, we can discuss dropping the blocks off at another, nearby location and proceed to move the blocks to the actual, desired spot with smaller machinery. Next we have the pick up process. First off, you must give our team a call. During this call, someone can help you set up a date and time to come to our facility and pick up your blocks. We will load the blocks onto the trailer for you, but in order to secure the blocks down, we ask that you bring along a set of chains and/or straps that are able to do just that. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation. Again, if you have any questions or concerns regarding either pick up or delivery, please give us a call!
We love providing our services to the beautiful state of Louisiana. Here are some fun facts you may find interesting about this area:
- What is the state’s nickname? The Pelican State!
- Did you know that jazz style music originated in Louisiana?
- What is one thing Louisiana is known for? Hot Sauce!
Do you have a project that is in need of concrete blocks located within the state of Louisiana? We are here to help you out! We provide bin blocks in Louisiana! We offer reliable services with an exceptional team and a great selection of both affordable and environmentally friendly concrete products. If you are interested in working with us, have any questions, or would like more information, please feel free to give us a call at: 833-763-1711
State of Louisiana
Covering 52,378 square miles in both the South Central and Deep South areas of the United States is the state of Louisiana. Louisiana is bordered by the states of Texas, Mississippi, Arkansas, and part of the Gulf of Mexico. The state consists of lowlands, prairies, coastal marshes, forests, and river valleys. Some tourist attractions you can find in Louisiana include: New Orleans French Quarter, National WWll Museum, Mardi Gras, Melrose Plantation, Old State Capitol, Swamp Tours, Laura Plantation, and various beaches. We provide concrete barrier blocks in Louisiana.
We provide bin blocks in Louisiana, both in the large cities and small towns. Regardless of where you are located, we would love to help you out. Here are some examples of bigger cities (by population) found in Louisiana: New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Shreveport, Metairie, Lafayette, Lake Charles, Kenner, Bossier City, Monroe, Alexandria, Prairieville, Houma, Marrero, Central, Laplace, New Iberia, Slidell, Terrytown, Ruston, Chalmette, Bayou Cane, Sulphur, Harvey, Shenandoah, Hammond, Zachary, Natchitoches, Gretna, Estelle, Opelousas and Luling. Here are some examples of smaller cities (by population) found in Louisiana: Wallace Ridge, Welcome, Hackberry, Midway, Watson, Lemanville, Deville, Lydia, Empire, Simsboro, Barataria, Forest Hill, Oil City, Lakeview, Ridgecrest, Wisner, Montgomery, Cullen, French Settlement, Grand Isle, Loreauvile, Crescent, Plain Dealing, Washington. Buras, Dulac, Clarks, Cotton Valley, Hornbeck, Parks, Cheneryville, Hessmer, Reddell, and Wilson. These cities, both large and small, are just “example cities”. So, if you or your project are not located within any of the cities listed above, we would still love to help you. Please feel free to give us a call if you have any questions or would like more information. Thank you!
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Louisiana, whether you know these blocks by this name or not. There are tons of different concrete block names out there, but to try and narrow things down a bit and keep them simple. Here is list of the more commonly used concrete block names within our business: bin blocks, barrier blocks, waste blocks, mafia blocks, soldier blocks, jumbo blocks, ecology blocks, lego blocks, interlocking v-blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, storage wall blocks, stackable concrete blocks, gravity wall blocks, and leftover concrete blocks. Our block vocabulary is not limited to just these names, however. So, if you have any block names that you are more used to using, please let us know and we can add them to our list!