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We provide concrete barrier blocks in Michigan. But again, perhaps you know these blocks by another name. These blocks are also what we call v-wedge blocks. These v-wedge blocks can be useful in a number of different projects, both large and small, because they can easily and efficiently interlock together. On each block, there is a v-wedge that sticks out of the top and side and an inverted version of the wedge that forms an indent on the bottom and other side of the block. Also on the top of each block is a rebar handle loop. This loop makes moving these blocks simple, so you don’t have to worry about using complicated rigging equipment. Please note that these blocks come in various sizes and weights. Please contact us for more information regarding these smaller, but important details. Thank you! 833-763-1711
So in what ways can our blocks be used? All kinds! People all across the country have utilized our blocks in various ways, making their projects the best they can be. Some of the ways our blocks have been/can be used include: traffic control, separation/protection of property, creating storage bins, parking lot management, general weight, fuel/propane tank protection, anchor weights for large tents, concrete retaining walls, road district storage, and security of utilities. If you have any questions or ideas regarding the usage of our concrete blocks, please feel free to contact us. We’d love to hear from you!
So, after purchasing your blocks, how exactly do you receive them? Don’t worry, we will discuss the answer to that question and explain how it all works. We offer two different modes of block transportation: delivery or pick up. We will now walk you through both of these processes, starting with delivery. In order for delivery to go smoothly and safely, there are a few requirements that must be met on your end of things. We thank you for your cooperation and understanding. First off, at your block drop off site, there must be a space of 47’-53’ available so that the delivery semi can safely enter and exit the area. If this much space is not available, we can discuss dropping the blocks off at an alternate, nearby area and proceed to use smaller machinery to transport the blocks to the actual desired location. Next, you must have the adequate, correct equipment needed to offload the blocks once they arrive. In order to do this, the equipment must be able to reach a height of 7’+. (This is because each block is about 2’ in height and the trailer is about 5’ in height,) It must also withstand carrying the weight of your blocks. (Block weights and sizes vary, so please contact us for more of this smaller, detailed information. Thank you.) Next, we will walk you through the block pick up process. In order to select block pick up, the first thing you must do is give us a call. Someone from our wonderful team will be more than happy to set you up with a date and time to come to our facility and pick up your blocks. We will gladly load the blocks onto the trailer for you, so no need to worry about that part. However, we ask that you bring along a set of straps and/or chains that can be used to secure the blocks down to the trailer. If you have any questions or concerns regarding either our delivery or pick up processes, please give us a call! Thank you.
We provide bin blocks in Michigan, but perhaps you are more familiar with other concrete block names. There are a lot of block names out there, so can’t it get confusing? Well, possibly, but we want to prevent that. So, down below, we created a list of the concrete block names that we typically use more than others. Please feel free to familiarize yourself with these names and if you have any questions, please feel free to give us a call! We’d love to hear from you! Some blocks names we commonly use include: stackable concrete blocks, gravity wall blocks, leftover concrete blocks, interlocking v-blocks, storage wall blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, barrier blocks, lego blocks, waste blocks, mafia blocks, ecology blocks, jumbo blocks, bin blocks, and soldier blocks.
Are you currently working on, or planning on starting a project that needs concrete blocks in the state of Michigan? That is where we can come in and help. We provide bin blocks in Michigan. We serve states and cities all over the nation with our experienced team and environmentally friendly, cost-affordable concrete products. If you are interested in receiving more information about us, or are seeking to ask any questions, please feel free to call the following number and we’d love to chat with you: 833-763-1711
State of Michigan
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Michigan. Located in the upper area of the Midwestern United States, more specifically in the Great Lakes Region is the 97,000 square mile state of Michigan. Michigan is actually made up of two different peninsulas, bordered by the Great Lakes of Erie, Huron, Michigan, and Superior and its fellow U.S states of Ohio and Indiana. Although, the upper peninsula borders Wisconsin. The upper peninsula consists of thick forests and mountain regions, while the lower one, shaped like a mitten, is fairly even with some hills, marshes, and lakes. Some tourist attractions in Michigan include: Mackinac Island, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore and Lake Michigan, Detroit Institute of Arts, Pictured Rocks National Seashore, and Detroit Zoo.
We provide bin blocks in Michigan. We provide for both larger cities, such as: Detroit, Grand Rapids City, Warren City, Sterling Heights, Ann Arbor City, Dearborn, Clinton Charter Township, Lansing City, Canton, Macomb, Troy City, West Land, Farmington Hills, Flint City, Shelby Charter Township, Wyoming, Rochester Hills, Southfield City, Waterford, Novi City, West Bloomfield, Taylor, Pontiac, Kentwood, Georgetown, Battle Creek, Portage City, Redford, Royal Oak City, and smaller towns, such as: Doyle, Cornell, Mastodon, Lovells, Carp Lake, Weldon, McBain, Greenland, Stamnard, Norwich, Eden, Hartwick, Wisner, Butterfield, Beaver, Paris, Blaine, Summerfield, Redding, Gourley, Colfax, Noble, Hancock, Lafayette, Center, Goodwell, Limestone, Millen, and Quincy. These cities are just examples of places we provide for. We’d love to help you, regardless of where you are located. So, if you are interested in working with us but couldn’t find your project location within the lists of cities above, please give us a call and we’d still be happy to talk with you about how we can best serve you! We provide concrete barrier blocks in Michigan.
We love providing for the state of Michigan. Here are some fun facts about this state for you:
- What is Michigan’s state flower? The apple blossom!
- Did you know that Michigan has more freshwater shoreline than any other state in America?
- Did you know that Detroit’s Packard Motor Car Company produced the first ever air-conditioned car?