We provide bin blocks in Norfolk, VA and tons of other cities across the nation. We provide our services with purpose and integrity. Our wonderful, experienced team is here to help you with all of your concrete block needs. We offer an array of reliable, affordable, and environmentally friendly concrete products. If you would like to speak with someone from our team, please feel free to call the following number: 833-763-1711
City of Norfolk, VA
Situated near the Chesapeake Bay and Elizabeth River, in the southeastern region of the U.S state of Virginia, is the city of Norfolk. Norfolk, which is located approximately eighteen miles west of the Atlantic Ocean border, covers about 96.4 square miles and is dubbed as a large business district. Some tourist attractions you can find within this city include: Norfolk Botanical Gardens, Spirit of Norfolk, Nauticus, USS Wisconsin BB-64, and Selden Market. We provide concrete barrier blocks in Norfolk, VA.
Like we said earlier, we provide bin blocks in Norfolk, VA AND in cities all across the country. Regardless of where you are located, we would love to help you out. However, down below are some cities more nearby to Norfolk, as some example cities. If you cannot find your project location within this list, please feel free to still contact us! We’d love to work with you! Some cities, all within a two-hour drive of Norfolk that we provide for include: Hampton, Moyock, Kilby Shores West, Arringdale, Kilby, Suffolk, Alanton, Arbuckle Landing, Sleepy Lake, Kings Point, Newport News, Virginia Beach, Mapleton, Merrimack Park, Oceana, Gatesville, Williamsburg, Yorktown, Elizabeth City, Franklin, Poquoson, Currituck, Smithfield, Highland Springs, Petersburg, Duck, Sandston, Kill Devil Hills, Jarratt, Kitty Hawk, Emporia, Edenton, Exmore, Ahoskie, Taboro, Pantego, Enfield, La Crosse, Princeville, Corolla, Chincoteague, Bethel, Manakin, Mills Ridge, Sanford, Mother Vineyard, Doswell, and Gold Point.
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Norfolk, Va, despite what other names you may know these blocks by. Concrete blocks can go by all sorts of different names, most of them deriving from a particular shape, size, or origin a block has. Here are some of the more common block names you will hear us refer to in our business: leftover concrete blocks, storage wall blocks, stackable concrete blocks, gravity wall blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, interlocking v-blocks, barrier blocks, bin blocks, lego blocks, ecology blocks, soldier blocks, jumbo blocks, waste blocks, and mafia blocks. If there are any other block names that you know of that you are more used to using, please let us know and we will gladly add them to our list!
We provide bin blocks in Norfolk, VA. The more particular block we provide is what is called a “v-wedge” block. This block earned its name because of its unique, but effective way the blocks interlock together: by use of v-wedges. Each block has four v-wedges: one on the top, one on the side, and an inverted version of the wedge on the bottom and opposite side. These wedges enable the blocks to smoothly slide together, making them useful for a number of different projects. In addition, another helpful feature of these blocks is their rebar handle loops. Each block comes with one installed to its top. You can use this loop to move a block around without the need of complicated rigging equipment. We offer these blocks in one size for the city of Norfolk: a 6’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 3,600lbs. As for transportation of them, each trailer can hold thirteen of these blocks. If you have any questions or would like more information about these blocks, please do not hesitate to give us a call! Thank you.
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Norfolk, VA; but how exactly can you use our blocks? There are plenty of concrete block uses out there, both big and small. Here are some narrowed- down examples of the ways our blocks have been used throughout the country: concrete retaining walls, fuel/propane tank protection, utilities security, traffic control, parking lot management, storage bins, road district material storage, property separation, anchor weights for large tents, and as well as general weight. These are definitely way more block uses out there, but these are just some more of your basic options. If you have any other ideas or questions regarding concrete block usage, please let us know! We would love to hear from you. 833-763-1711
Lastly, we are going to discuss how you receive your blocks after purchasing. We have two options for you to choose from: delivery or pick up. Please take note that both of these processes have a few requirements that must be taken care of on your end of things in order for them to go safely and smoothly. We will walk you through the requirements for each down below. We thank you for your understanding and cooperation. If you have any questions or concerns of any kind, regarding delivery or pick up, please give us a call! Someone from our team is ready to speak with you whenever. First, let’s start with the delivery requirements: 1) You must have a space of 47’-53’ available at your block drop-off site for the delivery semi to safely enter and exit the area. If you do not have access to this much space, we can discuss dropping the blocks off at another, nearby area and using smaller equipment to transport the blocks to the actual site. 2) You must have the proper block offloading equipment that is capable of offloading the blocks once they arrive. In order to do this safely, please make sure that the equipment is capable of lifting at least 3,600lbs and can reach a height of 7’+ (This is because, in height, the blocks are 2’ and the trailer is 5’). Next, we will move on to the pick up requirements. 1) You must give us a call to set up a date and time to come to our facility and pick up your blocks. Someone from our team would be more than happy to help you through this process. 2) When you come to pick up your blocks, we ask that you bring a set of chains and/or straps that can secure the block to the trailer. We will load the blocks up for you though, so no need to worry about that part. Again, have any questions or concerns? Our team is here to help.
We are more than happy to serve both the residents of the beautiful Norfolk, VA and all over the nation. But, since we are focused on Norfolk, here are some fun facts about it:
- Did you know that the U.S.A’s largest naval base is located in Norfolk, VA?
- Did you know that Norfolk, thanks to the community including urban forestry and landscape preservation, has received a rare Tree City USA award from the Arbor Day Foundation?
- Did you know that the Virginia Zoo, located in Norfolk, is home to over 150 species of animals? You can even find rare Malayan tigers and red pandas here, which are pretty endangered.