Do you have a project located in the state of Massachusetts that is in need of concrete blocks? Well, we are here to help you. We are happy to help serve you and your project with our wonderful, experienced team and affordable, environmentally friendly products. We serve people all over the nation and we’d love for you to be next. We provide bin blocks in Massachusetts. If you would like to ask us any questions or request more information regarding us, our work, or our products, please call the following number: 833-763-1711
State of Massachusetts
The U.S state of Massachusetts, otherwise known as the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, is located in the Northeastern region of the country. Its 10,555 square miles consist of hills, streams, forests, plains, and mountains. It borders the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Maine, along with the states of New Hampshire, Rhode Island, New York, and Vermont. Its capital, and most populous city, Boston, was a large influence on American history and academia. Massachusetts is a global leader in various areas of economy, such as biotechnology, finance, higher education, engineering, and maritime trade. Some tourist attractions in Massachusetts include: Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Freedom Trail, Faneuil Hall, Cape Cod Beaches, and Boston Common and Public Garden Swan Boats. We provide concrete barrier blocks in Massachusetts.
We provide bin blocks in MA and other states and cities far and wide. Below we put together a list of some examples of Massachusetts cities, both large and small, that we provide for. If you can’t seem to find your bin blocks in Massachusetts project location on this list, don’t worry! These are just examples. If your city isn’t on this list, we’d still love to help you out, regardless of location. We provide in cites such as: Boston, Worcester, Springfield, Cambridge, Lowell, Brockton, Quincy, New Bedford, Lynn, Fall River, Lawrence, Newton, Somerville, Framingham, Haverhill, Malden, Waltham, Brookline, Plymouth, Taunton, Medford, Chicopee, Revere, Weymouth Town, Peabody, Methuen Town, Everett, Attleboro, Arlington, Salem, Sterling, Ayer, Upton, Monson, Halifax, Orange, Adams, Georgetown, Hamilton, Berkeley, Groveland, Merrimac, Chatham, Newbury, Topsfield, Dalton, Granbury, Dover, Hopedale, Lenox, Paxton, Warren, Hampden, Essex, Nahant, Hatfield, Brimfield, Berlin, and Sunderland. We provide concrete barrier blocks in MA.
We provide bin blocks in MA. It is very possible you know these blocks by an alternate name, as there are many different bin blocks in Massachusetts block names out there. How do we prevent it from getting confusing? Well, we created a list of concrete block names that we more typically use within our business. You aren’t strictly limited to this list though. So, if you have any other block names you think are worthy of being used, please let us know! Concrete block names we use include: interlocking v-blocks, leftover concrete blocks, waste blocks, lego blocks, ecology blocks, jumbo blocks, mafia blocks, storage wall blocks, gravity wall blocks, soldier blocks, bin blocks, barrier blocks, stackable concrete blocks, and large concrete retaining wall blocks.
So, what particular type of bin blocks are we referring to? We are talking about v-wedge blocks. “What is so special about these blocks?”, you might ask. These blocks come with a few different v-wedges, which enable the blocks to interlock together smoothly and efficiently, making them useful for a number of different projects. One wedge can be found on the top, one on the side and a reverse version of the wedge on the bottom and other side. In addition, each block comes with a rebar handle loop on the top of it. These loops enable you to move the blocks without use of special, complicated rigging equipment. All you need to do is attach a chain to the loop and you’re all set! These blocks come in a few different sizes and weights, so please contact us regarding those smaller details and bin blocks in Massachusetts information. Thank you!
Now that we’ve discussed block names and the particular type we provide, let’s talk about the uses of our blocks. Our blocks have been used in projects all over the country, in projects both large and small. Some of the more common ways our bin blocks in Massachusetts blocks are used are in projects such as: utilities security, property separation/privacy, road district storage, traffic control, general weight, anchor weights for large tents, concrete retaining walls, storage bins, fuel and/or propane tank protection, and parking lot management. If you have any further questions or ideas regarding our blocks or how they are utilized, please feel free to give us a call! We’d love to hear from you. 833-763-1711
Lastly, let’s discuss how you actually receive your blocks after purchasing bin blocks in Massachusetts. We offer two different modes of block transport: pickup or delivery. We will walk you through both of these processes down below, starting with pick up. In order to put pick up into motion, you will need to give us a call. Someone from our team will be happy to help you set up a date and time, in which you can come to our facility and pick up your blocks. When you do this, however, we ask that you ring along some straps and/or chains that can be used to secure the blocks onto the trailer. We will personally load the blocks onto the trailer for you though, so you don’t need to worry about that part. Now, let’s talk about delivery. In order for delivery to go smoothly and safely, we ask a few things on your part. First, you must have the proper block offloading equipment at your drop off area. This machinery should be able to reach a height of 7’+. This is because the trailer is about 5’ in height and the blocks are about 2’ in height as well. In addition, this machinery must be able to withstand carrying the weight of your blocks. Please contact us regarding block sizes and weights. Thank you! Lastly, for delivery, you must have a space of 47’-53’ available so that the delivery semi can safely enter and exit the area. If you do not have this kind of space at your disposal, we can discuss dropping the blocks off at another, nearby location and use smaller equipment to relocate the blocks back to the actual site. If you have any questions or concerns regarding either pickup or delivery, please give us a call. We’d love to hear from you.
We love providing for the beautiful and historic state of Massachusetts. We like to share some interesting facts about it:
- Did you know that Massachusetts has a state berry? Yep, the cranberry!
- Did you know that Massachusetts is sometimes called the Baked Bean State?
- Did you know that the first ever subway system was built in Boston?