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So, when we say “we provide bin blocks in Nevada”, what do these blocks look like? What do they consist of? Well, we will discuss that now. These are v-wedge blocks. Each block has four different v-wedges, all which enable the blocks to interlock smoothly and easily with one another. One wedge is on the top, one on the side, and a reverse version of the same wedge can be found on the bottom and opposite side. In addition, each block also has a rebar handle loop on the top. This loop can be used for moving the blocks around without the use of complicated rigging equipment. These blocks come in various sizes and weights, so please contact us for more information on these smaller details. Thank you. 

Now that we’ve discussed block names, let’s go over a few of the many uses our blocks serve. Concrete blocks can be used in all sorts of projects, large and small. Some of these projects include: traffic control, parking lot management, storage bins, general weight, fuel/propane tank protection, concrete retaining walls, road district storage, anchor weights for large tents, property separation, and utilities security. There are plenty more concrete block uses out there, so if you have any idea or questions regarding further use of concrete blocks, please contact us!

We provide concrete barrier blocks in NV. But how exactly do you receive your blocks after purchasing them? Well, we have two options of block transportation for you: pickup or delivery. We will walk you through each of those processes down below. Please note that both of these options have a few requirements that must be met on your side of things. We thank you for your cooperation. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the explanation of the following walkthroughs, please contact us! Someone from our team would be happy to help you. We will talk through the pick up process first. First off, you will need to give us a call. We will be happy to set you up with a date and time to come pick up your blocks at our facility. When you come to pick up your blocks, please bring along a set of chains and/or straps that can be used to secure the blocks down to their trailer. We will load the blocks up for you though, so no need to worry about that part of things! Now, let’s move on to delivery. As for delivery, there are a few more requirements that must be met. The first being, you must have a space of 47’-53’ available at your concrete block drop off site. This is so the delivery semi can safely enter and exit the area. If you do not have this must space, we can discuss dropping the blocks off at another, alternative area and proceed to use smaller equipment to transport the blocks to the actual, desired spot. Next, you must have the proper block offloading equipment, on site, ready to offload the blocks once they arrive. This equipment must be able to reach a height of 7’+. This is because, in height, the blocks are around 2’ and the trailer is 5’. The equipment must also be able to withstand carrying the weight of your blocks. Block weights and sizes vary, so please contact us with more information on these smaller details. Thank you.


Fun Facts

We love providing our services to the state of Nevada. We’d like to share some fun facts about this state with you:

  1. What is Nevada’s state bird? The Mountain Bluebird!
  2. Did you know, although nicknamed  “the Silver State”, Nevada is the most gold producing state in the U.S and fourth in the world! 
  3. Did you know that Nevada has more mountain ranges compared to any other U.S state? 


Are you in need of a concrete block supplier? Are you working on a project located in the state of Nevada? If so, we’d love to help you out. We service those in need of concrete blocks all over the nation. We have a wonderful, experienced team and affordable, environment-friendly products. We provide bin blocks in Nevada. If you would like to speak with us, ask any questions, or request more information about us and our works, please give us a call at the following number: 833-763-1711


The State of Nevada

We provide concrete barrier blocks in Nevada. The state of Nevada can be found in the Western United States region. It is bordered by its fellow states of Oregon, Idaho, California, Arizona, and Utah. It covers approximately 110,577 square miles and is filled with mountains, deserts, basins, canyons, and rivers. Though the driest of the fifty states, Nevada draws in a number of tourists. It is also home to one of the most popular cities in the U.S, Las Vegas. Some Nevada attractions include: Hoover Dam, Lake Tahoe, Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Valley of Fire State Park, Great Basin National Park, and the city of Reno. We provide concrete barrier blocks in NV.

We provide bin blocks in Nevada and in all parts of the country. Regardless of where you are located in the U.S, we’d like to help you. Some examples of Nevada cities we provide for include: Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas, Reno, Spring Valley, Enterprise, Sunrise Manor, Paradise, Sparks, Carson City, Whitney, Pahrump, Winchester, Summerlin South, Fernley, Mesquite, Spring Creek, Dayton, Elko, Fallon, Incline Village, Winnemucca, Laughlin, Moapa Valley, Boulder City, Indian Hills, Johnston Lane, Hawthorne, Minden, Washoe Valley, East Valley, Mogul, Wells, Bunkerville, Sandy Valley, Alamo, Verdi, Jackpot, Golden Valley, Panaca, Pioche, Lovelock, Wadsworth, Genoa, Virginia City, Dyer, Sutcliffe, Eureka, Moapa Town, Glenbrook, Lakeridge, Carter Springs, Mount Charleston, Ruth, Goldfield, Topaz Lake, Preston, and Imlay. Again, this just gives you an idea of some of the cities we provide for in Nevada. So, if you cannot find your project location within this list, don’t worry! Please feel free to give us a call and we’d still love to help you out. 

We provide concrete barrier blocks in Nevada, but perhaps you know these blocks by different names. Concrete blocks can have all sorts of different names. So, how do you know which ones we use? Simple. We created a list of concrete block names that are more typically used within our business. So, feel free to familiarize yourself with them! If you have any other names you think we should use, or names you are more accustomed to using, please let us know and we can add them to our list! Some of the block names we use are the following: barrier blocks, bin blocks, waste blocks, soldier blocks, lego blocks, mafia blocks, ecology blocks, jumbo blocks, interlocking v-blocks, stackable concrete blocks, storage wall blocks, leftover concrete blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, and gravity wall blocks.