Lowell, MA

Are you interested in receiving a supply of concrete blocks for a project you are planning on starting or currently working on in Lowell, MA? We are here to help you! We provide bin blocks in Lowell, MA. We extend our services to people and places all across the nation. We’d love for you and your project to be next! We serve with integrity and purpose, along with providing you an excellent selection of affordable, environmentally friendly products. If you have any questions or would like more information, please feel free to call our experienced team at the following number: 833-763-1711

 

City of Lowell

The city of Lowell covers an area of 14.5 square miles in the Northeastern U.S state of Massachusetts. Located at the confluence of the Concord and Merrimack rivers, Powell is also part of a region called the Greater Lowell and the New England’s Merrimack Valley. Some attractions within the city of Lowell include: Boott Cotton Mills Museum, Lowell National Historical Park, Mogan Cultural Center, and Lowell-Dracut-Tyngsboro State Forest. We provide concrete barrier blocks in Lowell, MA.

We provide bin blocks in Lowell, MA and surrounding areas. We created a list of some cities, all within a two hour drive of Lowell, that we also provide for. Our services are not limited to just these areas, so if you cannot find your project location on this list, please feel free to let us know and we’d still be more than happy to figure out a way to help you. Some of these cities we also provide for include the following: Cerry, Atkinson, Merrimac, Lincoln, Hudson, Merrimack, Medford, Shirley, Berlin, Arlington, Pepperll, Stow, Bradford, Lynnfield, Nashua, Loudon, Attleboro, Rindge, Deerfield, Madbury, Temple, Raynham Center, York Harbor, Easton, Rockport, North Weymouth, South Attleboro, Norfolk, New Castle, West Bridgewater, Hinsdale, Hampden, Oneco, Plymouth, Swanzey, Springfield, Wakefield, Alton, Amherst, Bristol, Bourne Sunappe, Exeter, Indian Orchard, Wallingford, Southington, Lee, Lyme, Tamworth, Orleans, Brunswick, Topsham, Chesterfield, Windsor, Middlefield, Mystic, Simisbury, Brewster, and Goshen. Again, feel free to contact us, regardless of where you are located in the U.S and we’d love to help you!

We provide concrete barrier blocks in Lowell, MA. Concrete blocks also have many other different names, so you might know these blocks by an alternate one. Some of the more commonly used block names within our business include: storage wall blocks, gravity wall blocks, leftover concrete blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, stackable concrete blocks, soldier blocks, bin blocks, ecology blocks, barrier blocks, lego blocks, waste blocks, jumbo blocks, interlocking v-blocks, and mafia blocks. This list is to just try and keep block referral a bit simpler, but if you have any other names you are more accustomed to using, please feel free to let us know and we can add them to our list. 

We provide concrete barrier blocks in Lowell, MA. These blocks are also known as v-wedge blocks. These v-wedge blocks come in two different sizes: a 6’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 3,600lbs and a 3’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 1,800lbs. These blocks are useful because of the way they interlock with one another: by use of their v-wedges. Each block has a total of four wedges: one on the top, one on the side, and then an inverted version of the wedge on the bottom and opposite side. Also, each block has a rebar handle loop installed to its top, making a way to move these blocks around without the use of complicated rigging equipment. As for transportation of the blocks, each trailer can fit either thirteen of the 6’ blocks or twenty-six of the 3’ blocks can be fit. If you have any questions about these blocks, please feel free to reach out to us! We provide bin blocks in Lowell, MA.

 

Now, same as block names, there are plenty of block uses as well. Our blocks are a great addition to a number of projects, both large and small. Some of the more common ways our blocks have been used include: storage bins, road district storage, anchor weights for large tents, fuel/propane tank protection, traffic control, parking lot management, concrete retaining walls, property separation, utilities security, and general weight. If you have any other ideas or questions about ways our concrete blocks can be used, please feel free to give us a call.

So, lastly, let’s answer the question of how you should expect to receive your blocks. You can select from one of two ways: either delivery or pick up. We will explain these processes and what they consist of down below, starting with delivery. First thing you will need to make sure of in order for delivery to go smoothly is having a space of 47’-53’ that can be used for the delivery semi to enter and exit the area. If you do not have this much space available, we can discuss dropping the blocks off at another, nearby location and proceed to use smaller machinery to transport the blocks back to the actual site. Secondly, you will need to have the proper type of block offloading equipment to offload the blocks once they arrive. In order to do this, the machinery must be able to 1) reach a height of 7 ‘+; because, in height, each block is 2’ and the trailer is 5’ and 2) withstand carrying weight ranging between 1,800-3,600lbs, depending on the size of block being delivered. Next, we will walk you through the pick up process. First thing you will need to do is give us a call. Someone from our team would love to speak with you and set you up with a date and time to come pick your blocks up from our facility. We will load the blocks up for you, but we ask that you please bring along a set of chains and/or straps that we can use in order to secure the blocks to the trailer. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding. Thank you! Again if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us!

Fun Facts

We love providing for the beautiful city of Lowell. Here are some fun facts about it that you may find interesting:

  1. Did you know that telephone numbers were invented in Lowell?
  2. Did you know that America’s first planned industrial city was Lowell?
  3. A candle company in Lowell produced all the candles that were used in the original Pirates of the Caribbean movie.