New York, NY
Are you searching for a reliable business to supply you with concrete blocks for your projects? Well, look no further. We are here for you. We supply bin blocks in New York, New York. We actually extend our services to cities large and small, all over the country. So, if you are interested in working with us, please call the following number to speak someone from our fantastic team: 833-763-1711
The City of New York
New York, usually known as “New York City” is not only the most populous city in the state of New York, but also in the whole entire country of the United States. The city spans over an area of three-hundred square miles and is separated into five different areas. The city is located in the the south eastern part of the state of New York, which is located in the northeastern part of the U.S. Within the harbor, which is fed by the Hudson river, the city can be found to be built on a few different islands: Long Island, Manhattan, and Staten Island. The city is a hot spot for media, entertainment, dining, fashion, art, politics, education, commerce, research, and technology. Major tourist destinations consist of Times Square and Broadway, The Statue of Liberty, Central Park, and Manhattan’s Chinatown. We provide concrete barrier blocks in New York, New York.
Don’t worry if you are not located within the exact city of New York, because we still provide concrete services to cities and towns all over. In fact, below we have cultivated a list of “example cities” that are within a certain mileage from New York City in which we will still proudly serve: Union, Union City, North Bergen, Astoria, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Kearny, Woodside, Secaucus, Weehawken, Harrison, Bayonne, Long Island City, Hoboken, Jersey City, New City, Pleasantville, Tinton Falls, Stamford, Thornwood, Ossining, Old Greenwich, Nyack, Hightstown, Bellmore, Dayton, Wantagh, Spotswood, Middletown, Holmdel, Mount Laurel, Browns Mill, Marlton, Newburgh, Shelton, Moorestown, New Windsor, Newtown, Milford, Trumbull, Brookfield, Bensalem, Stroudsburg, New Hope, Warwick, Liberty, Swarthmore, Exton, Souderton, Clinton, Westbrook, Pennsville, Newton Square, Cheshire, Kutztown, Springfield, Watertown, Meridian, Thomastown, and Ridley Park. Can’t locate your jobsite on the list? Not to worry, we would still love to help you! Please feel free to give us a call and we’d be happy to find a way we can best serve you, regardless of location.
We provide bin blocks in New York, NY. Although, you might refer to them by a different name. In fact, concrete blocks have quite a few different names, depending on altering locations, jobsites, businesses, and communities. However, to help familiarize yourself with our business, we put together a list of commonly used concrete block names we normally use: barrier blocks, bin blocks, waste blocks, interlocking v-blocks, lego blocks, leftover concrete blocks, stackable concrete blocks, soldier blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, ecology blocks, lego blocks, storage wall blocks, jumbo blocks, mafia blocks, and gravity wall blocks. If you have some other concrete block names you like to use instead, please let us know! We’d love to add to our list.
We provide concrete barrier blocks in New York, NY. For this area, we have a particular concrete barrier block available. It is what we call a v-wedge block. This block is equipped with a few special v-wedges that enable the blocks to interlock, making them useful for a variety of projects. On the top and side of the block, they have a typical v-wedge and on the bottom and other side of the block, they have a reverse version of the v-wedge. The normal and reverse wedges lock into one another to secure the blocks together. In addition, the blocks come with a easy way to move them: a rebar handle loop sealed into the concrete on top of the block. For New York especially, we have three sizes of this block available: a 6’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 3,600lbs, a 4’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 2,400lbs, and a 3’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 1,800lbs. For a typical semi truck bed, thirteen of the 6’ blocks can be fit, eighteen of the 4’ blocks can be fit, and twenty-six of the 3’ blocks can be fit. If you have any questions regarding these blocks, or any of our other blocks, please give us a call!
We provide bin blocks in New York, NY…but how do you receive them? We will now discuss transportation methods of your concrete blocks. We offer two methods: delivery or pick up. For delivery to go efficiently and smoothly, there are a few different requirements that must be met. First off, you must have the proper on-site machinery in order to offload the delivery truck once it arrives. The machinery you have must be able to 1) lift weight up to 3,600, 2,400, or 1,800lbs, depending on which size of block you are having delivered, and 2) reach a height up to 7’+ because, in height, each block is 2’ and the trailer is usually 5’. Next, your jobsite must have adequate space for the delivery semi to enter and exit the site safely. This space needs to be around 47’-53’. If you do not have this type of space, we can discuss drop off of the blocks at another, nearby location and use smaller machinery to transport the blocks to the actual, desired site. And now we will talk about the pick up method. For pick up, you will need to call our facility and speak with someone from our team about setting up a date and time to pick up your blocks. Once you have a date and time set up, you will be able to come visit our plant and receive your blocks. All we ask is that you bring with you a set of straps and/or chains to secure the blocks to the truck trailer. We will do the loading of the blocks onto the trailer for you, so no need to worry about that part of things. If you have any questions or concerns about either of these methods, or anything we have talked about in the article above, please do not hesitate to call us. We’d love to hear from you!
We provide concrete barrier blocks in New York, New York…and we love it! In fact, we love it so much that we would like to share with you, some fun facts regarding America’s most popular city:
- Did you know that America’s first pizzeria opened in New York City?
- Where was the ice cream cone invented? That’s right, New York City.
- Did you know that New York was originally the first capital of the United States?