We provide bin blocks in Oklahoma. So, do you have a project that is lacking concrete blocks located in the state of Oklahoma? If so, we’d love to help you out. We have an experienced, wonderful team ready to help you with all of your concrete block needs. We provide for countless cities across the nation and we’d love for your city to be next. To ask any questions or request more information, please feel free to give us a call. Our number is: 833-763-1711
The State of Oklahoma
The state of Oklahoma is located in part of a section of the U.S known as the Great Plains region. It is a state containing an array of landscape, including mountains, prairies, forest, and mesas. The mountain ranges within Oklahoma are the Ouachita, Arbuckle, Wichita, and Ozark Mountains. Covering a vast 69,899 square miles, Oklahoma is bordered by the states of Arkansas, New Mexico, Texas, Colorado, Missouri, and Kansas. Some fascinating bin blocks in Oklahoma attractions within Oklahoma include: The Oklahoma Route 66 Museum, Philbrook Museum of Art, and the Oklahoma City Zoo. We provide concrete barrier blocks in Oklahoma.
We love being able to provide for cities all over the country, including the cities in Oklahoma. Regardless of where you are located, we would love to help serve you and your concrete block needs. Here are some “sample cities” in Oklahoma that we provide for, including both large and small: Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Broken Arrow, Norman, Edmond, Lawton, Moore, Midwest City, Enid, Stillwater, Owasso, Muskogee, Shawnee, Bixby, Jenks, Yukon, Duncan, Bethany, Ardmore, Ponca City, Mustang, Claremore, Altus, Ada, Sand Springs, Chickasha, Glennpool, Miami, Guymn, Justice, Coalgate, Luther, Wilson, Kingston, Helena, Stratford, Comanche, Locust Grove, Peggs, Fletcher, Laverne, Beggs, Geronimo, Mooreland, Okarche, Boise City, Thomas, Sperry, Fairland, Apache, Cherry Tree, Caddo, Barnsdall, Moodys, Latta, Kenwood, and Rush Springs. If you are not located within these cites, don’t worry. These are just examples of some of the cities we provide for in Oklahoma. If you would like additional information on cities we provide for, please give us a call. We provide bin blocks in Oklahoma.
Concrete blocks are all so different. How can we ever tell the difference? That is where their unique, altering concrete block names come in good use. Some of the block names we more commonly use within our business are: interlocking v-blocks, bin blocks, mafia blocks, leftover concrete blocks, jumbo blocks, ecology blocks, storage wall blocks, gravity wall blocks, waste blocks, barrier blocks, soldier blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, lego blocks, and stackable concrete blocks. If you have any additional bin blocks in Oklahoma names that you think we should consider using, please let us know. We provide concrete barrier blocks in Oklahoma.
We provide bin blocks in Oklahoma. What exactly are these bin blocks that we keep referring to? They are what we call a v-wedge block. These v-wedge blocks are useful for a number of projects. These blocks are able to slide together, interlocking, smoothly and efficiently. How do they do that? By use of their v-wedges. Each block has a total of four wedges: one on the top, one on the side, and a reverse version of the same wedge on the bottom and opposite side. In addition, these blocks come equipped with a rebar handle loop, which you can use to move the blocks around. So, no special or complicated rigging equipment is required! These v-wedge blocks come in a few different sizes and weights. For more information on these blocks and what is available in your area, please give us a call! We’d love to chat with you.
So what purposes do our blocks serve? They can be used for so many different projects, large and small. There are still so many potential concrete block uses out there, so if you have any ideas or questions regarding their use, please let us know. Some of the ways our blocks have been used are in projects such as: creating storage bins, parking lot management, property separation, traffic control, general weight, fuel/propane tank protection, anchor weights for large tents, concrete retaining walls, and utilities security. We provide concrete barrier blocks in Oklahoma.
So, how do you receive your blocks exactly? Well, that is what we will now discuss. We offer two different block transportation options: pickup or delivery. Let’s discuss the block pick up process first. In order to select pick up, you will need to give our team a call. We will set you up with a date and time to come visit our plant and pick up your blocks. We ask that at that time, you bring a set of straps and/or chains that we can use in order to secure the blocks to the trailer. In regards to loading up the blocks onto a trailer, we will do that part for you. Next, let’s discuss what delivery consists of. First off, you must have the proper amount and type of block offloading bin blocks in Oklahoma equipment at your drop-off site. This equipment must be able to safely carry the proper amount of weight in order to offload your blocks. (It just depends on what size and weight of block is being delivered. Please give us a call for more information on these smaller details.) It must also be able to reach a height of 7’+. This is because, in height, the blocks are normally around 2’ and the trailer is 5’. Lastly, your drop off site must have enough space for the delivery to safely enter and exit the area. A space of around 47’-53’ must be available in order for this to be completed. If you do 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 place. If you have any questions regarding either delivery or pick up, please feel free to give us a call!
We love providing for the whole country, but since we are focused in on the beautiful state of Oklahoma, we’d love to share some fun facts about it with you:
- Did you know that in 1935, the nation’s first parking meter was placed in Oklahoma?
- Where was the country’s first Girl Scout cookie sold? Muskogee, Oklahoma in 1917.
- Did you know that the shopping cart was invented in the Oklahoma city of Ardmore in 1936?