Do you have a project you’re working on in the state of North Carolina that is in need of concrete blocks? If so, we would love to help you out. We provide exceptional service nationwide and have a great selection of affordable and environment-friendly concrete products. We provide bin blocks in North Carolina. Our experienced and wonderful concrete barrier blocks in North Carolina team would love to speak with you on how we can help you out. If you would like more information or have any questions for us, please call the following number: 833-763-1711
State of North Carolina
Located in the Southeastern region of the United states, bordering the Atlantic Ocean and states of Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee, is North Carolina. North Carolina spans an area of 53,819 miles, consisting of marshlands, lakes, beaches, waterfalls, and some of the Blue Ridge and Appalachian mountains and the Coastal Plain. It is a leading area for industry, business, and agriculture. Some tourist attractions in North Carolina include: Blue Ridge Parkway, The Biltmore Estate, Outer Banks Beaches, Battleship, NC, and visits to the state’s many waterfalls and skiing resorts. We provide concrete barrier blocks in North Carolina.
We provide bin blocks in North Carolina and all over the country. we would love to provide for you, regardless of location. Below, we put together a list of some North Carolinian cities, both large and small, as some examples of some of the cities we provide for. Our service is not limited to just these cities, these are just some examples. If you can’t seem to find your project location on this list, please feel free to give us a call and we would love to figure out a way we can still help you. Some of the cities in North Carolina and we provide for include: Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, Durham, Winston-Salem, Fayetteville, Cary, Wilmington, Concord, Asheville, Gastonia, Jacksonville, Apex, Huntersville, Burlington, Wilson, Holly Springs, Hickory, Kannapolis, Chapel Hill, Indian Trail, Salisbury, Wake Forest, Morrisville, Sanford, Matthews, Mint Hill, Shelby, Leland, Keener, Fairfield, Halifax, Pantego, Rodanthe, Autryville, Love Valley, Milton, Bolivia, Everetts, Mesic, Powellsville, Linden, Evergreen, Wakulla, Macon, Marietta, Middleburg, Salvo, Lumber Bridge, Pinetown, Speed, Lasker, Orrum, Dundarrach, Rex, Falkland, Blue Clay Farms, Leggett, and Delway. We provide concrete barrier blocks in North Carolina.
Concrete blocks have all sorts of different names, so sometimes block referral can be a little confusing. In order to avoid this confusion, we put together a list of some of the more commonly used block names within our business. Feel free to familiarize yourself with them! These names include: bin blocks, barrier blocks, waste blocks, lego blocks, ecology blocks, mafia blocks, jumbo blocks, soldier blocks, interlocking v-blocks, leftover concrete blocks, stackable concrete blocks, gravity wall blocks, storage wall blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks. If you have any questions or ideas of some other block names you think we should consider using, please give us a call! We would love to hear from you. We provide bin blocks in North Carolina.
We provide concrete barrier blocks in North Carolina. These blocks are also known as v-wedge blocks. These v-wedge blocks earned their name from the unique way they interlock with one another. Each of these blocks have 2 sets of wedges, 4 wedges in total. One set consists of a wedge on the top and a wedge on the side of the block, The other set consists of two inverted wedges; one on the bottom and one on the other side. In addition, each of these blocks has a rebar handle loop installed at the top of it. This makes moving the blocks a breeze, without the use of complicated rigging equipment. These blocks come in various weights and sizes, so please contact us for more information regarding these small, but important, details. Thank you very much!
Like we said before, concrete barrier blocks in North Carolinas have a multitude of different names. In addition, they also have a multitude of uses. They can be used in small or large sized projects. Some of the more common ways our blocks have been used include the following projects: creating storage bins, controlling traffic, protecting fuel/propane tanks, creating concrete retaining walls, securing various utilities, managing parking lots, weighing down large tents, creating storage for road district materials, and serving just as general weight. There are plenty more block uses out there, so if you have any questions or ideas regarding further concrete block use, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.
So, after purchasing your blocks how should you expect to receive them? Well, we will discuss that with you now. As for block transportation, we have two methods of transport available for you to choose from: delivery or pick up. Both delivery and pickup have a few concrete barrier blocks in North Carolina requirements that must be met on your end of things in order for these processes to go safely and smoothly. We thank you for your cooperation and understanding. First, we will walk you through the pickup process. First thing you will need to do is give us a call. Someone from our wonderful team would be more than happy to set you up with a date and time to come to our facility. During this time, we will load your blocks onto the trailer for you. However, we ask that you provide us with straps/chains that we can use to secure the blocks to the trailer. Now, let’s discuss delivery. In order for delivery to go safely and smoothly, you must have the proper block offloading equipment at your block drop off location. This equipment must be able to do two different things. First being, it must be able to withstand carrying the weight of your blocks. Block sizes and weights vary, so again, you will need to contact us to receive more information about these smaller details. Thank you. Secondly, because, in height, the trailer is 5’ and the blocks are about 2’, it must be able to reach a height of 7 ‘+. The last requirement is having enough space for the delivery semi to safely enter and exit the drop-off location. A space of 47’-53’ is required for this purpose. If your drop off location does not have this much space available, we can discuss dropping the blocks off at another nearby location, and use smaller equipment to relocate the blocks to the actual, desired site. If you have any questions or concerns regarding either delivery or pickup, please feel free to contact us. Someone from our team would be more than happy to speak with you. Thank you!
We love providing our services to the beautiful state of North Carolina. Here are some fun facts about it that may interest you:
- Did you know that the first airplane, invented by the Wright Brothers, was first successfully flown in North Carolina?
- Did you know that Pepsi-cola was invented in North Carolina?
- Did you know that Babe Ruth’s first professional home run was hit at a game in Fayetteville, North Carolina?