We provide Bin Blocks In Medford, OR. So, are you looking for a reliable concrete block service to provide you with exceptional service and quality, reasonably priced concrete products? Well, we are here to help. We service projects in cities all over the United States…and we’d love for your project to be next! We believe that we can help serve you in whatever type of concrete block needs you have, big or small. To speak with us on how we can help you, please call the following number: 833-763-1711
The City of Medford
Medford, county seat of Jackson County, Oregon, covers an area of 25.74 miles and is located around twenty-seven miles away from the northern California border. Through the center of the city, I-5 runs northeast and southwest, which creates some nearby interstate intersections, such as I-80 in Sacramento and I-84 in Portland. In addition, Medford is seventy-five miles east of the Pacific Ocean. Visitors and residents enjoy the city’s available activities such as rafting on Rogue River, tours of Rogue Valley Wineries, and visiting some of the city’s parks and walking and biking trails. We provide concrete Bin Blocks In Medford, OR.
Not only do we provide bin blocks in Medford, OR…we also provide and extend our services to many other cities in the state of Oregon and the nation as a whole. Some of the cities we provide for, which are all within a two hour drive range, around the city of Medford include: Sam’s Valley, Rogue River, Ruch, Ashland, Foots Creek, Eagle Point, Wellen, Gold Hill, Table Rock, White City, Dardanelles, Tolo, Talent, Seven Oaks, Bybee Corner, Yreka, Lake of the Woods, Galice, Golden, Pinehurst, Cascade Gorge, Lincoln, Leland, Wolf Creek, Edsalla, Copper, Climax, Wilderville, Williams, Murphy, Keno, Etna, Dillard, Weed, Fort Klamath, Allentown, Milo, Holland, Days Creek, Tri-City, Fort Jones, Gazelle, Canyonville, Rice Hill Idleyld Park, Pollard Flat, Malin, Tulelake, Oakland, Gasquet, Macdoel, Merrill, Umpqua, Dorris, Sutherlin, Camas Valley, and Diamond Lake. Regardless of where you are located, we are sure there is a way we can serve you. So, if your project location is not within the list above, not to worry. Please feel free to give us a call and we would love to figure out a way we can best serve you. We provide concrete barrier blocks in Medford, OR.
When it comes to concrete block referral, there are quite a variety of names out there. Bin Blocks In Medford, OR names can come from a block’s particular origin, size, style, shape, use, or interlocking style. Different businesses and construction zones tend to refer to blocks by alternate names. So, to avoid any possible confusion, we’d like to share the block names we typically tend to use within our business. That way, you can familiarize yourself with them: mafia blocks, jumbo blocks, lego blocks, ecology blocks, bin blocks, barrier blocks, soldier blocks, waste blocks, interlocking v-blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, gravity wall blocks, storage wall blocks, stackable concrete blocks, and leftover concrete blocks. Regardless of what you call them, we provide bin blocks in Medford, Oregon. If you have any other concrete block names that you think are worthy of being added to our list, please feel free to let us know!
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Medford, OR…but what particular type of bin block are we referring to? Well, it is our most common, and what we like to call, our v-wedge block. The v-wedge block that is available for the area of Medford comes in four different sizes. We have a 6’ x 3’ x 3’ block that weighs 8,100lbs, a 3’ x 3’ x 3’ block that weighs 4,050lbs, a 6’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 3,600lbs and lastly, a 3’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 1,800lbs. In regards to transporting these blocks, per trailer, five of the 6’ x 3’ x 3’ blocks can fit, ten of the 3’ x 3’ x 3’ blocks can fit, thirteen of the 6’ x 2’ x 2’ blocks can fit and twenty-six of the 3’ x 2’ x 2’ blocks can fit. So, why are these blocks called v-wedge blocks? Well, the name is derived from the type of interlocking these blocks use in order to interlock with one another: by the use of v-wedges! There are two different sets of v-wedges on each block: one on the top and one side of the block and another set with one wedge on the bottom and one on the other side of the Bin Blocks In Medford, OR. These wedges enable these blocks to slide together easily and smoothly, which makes them useful for a number of projects. In addition, please note that these blocks require no special rigging. By use of their rebar handle loop on top of the block, these blocks can be moved quickly and easily.
In what ways are our blocks useful? Quite a few ways! Our Bin Blocks In Medford, OR have been utilized across the nation in a wide variety of projects, from large scale community projects to smaller, personal home/property projects. Some of the more common ways our concrete blocks can be used to make a difference in a project is by using them for: parking lot management, traffic control, storage bins, utilities security, road district storage, fuel and/or propane tank protection, anchor weights for large tents, general weight, concrete retaining walls, and property privacy/separation. If you have any questions, or ideas, regarding furthering the use of concrete blocks, please contact us!
Now, let’s discuss our modes of block transportation. We offer two methods of Bin Blocks In Medford, OR transportation for your blocks: pickup and delivery. Both have a few basic requirements that we ask you to please take into consideration. First, let’s talk about pick up. In order to pick up your blocks, you will need to give our team a call. Someone from our great team will help you! They can set you up with a date and time that works for you to come pick up the blocks at our facility. Please bring along a set of straps and/or chains that would work to secure the blocks down to the trailer. We will load the blocks onto the trailer for you though, so no need to be concerned about that part of things. Next, let’s talk about delivery. First off, you will need to have proper, on-site equipment that is necessary for offloading the blocks. This equipment must be able to 1) withstand carrying weights ranging from 8,100-1,800lbs (depending on the size of block being delivered) and 2) reach a height up to 7’+ (because, in height, each block is around 3’ and the trailer is usually 5’).
Please note that your drop off location must have a space of 47’53’ available so that the delivery semi can enter and exit the site safely. If this much space is not available, we can discuss droppin the blocks off at another, nearby location and use smaller machinery to relocate the blocks to the actual site. Please contact us with any questions you may have about either delivery or pick up of your blocks.
We love providing for the city of Medford and we’d love to share some fun facts about the city with you:
- Did you know that Medford is home to a dormant volcano?
- Did you know that the world’s only Bigfoot trap is located in Medford?
- Where was Oregon’s first winery located? Yep, in Medford!