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So, we know that our concrete blocks have a lot of different names…so does this mean that our blocks have all kinds of uses as well? Absolutely. Our blocks can be utilized in all kinds of ways, large and small. Some examples of the ways our concrete blocks have been utilized are in projects such as: securing utilities, separating property, creating storage units for road districts, making concrete retaining walls, weighing down large tents (anchor weights), protection fuel and/or propane tanks, controlling traffic, managing parking lots, creating storage bins, and creating general weight. If you have any ideas or questions on further use for concrete blocks, please reach out to us! We’d love to chat. We provide bin blocks in Philadelphia, PA. 

Now, what types of uses do our concrete blocks serve? Well, there are a number of things! Concrete blocks can be used in a variety of projects, whether it be a large scale community project, or a small, personal home project. Some of the ways our concrete blocks have been used are as follows: parking lot management, road district storage, utilities security, property separation protection of fuel and/or propane tanks, anchor weights for large tents, general weight, concrete retaining walls, and traffic control. If you have any ideas or questions regarding further concrete block usage, please feel free to contact us!

Regarding transportation of your blocks, we have two methods of transport available! We offer either delivery or pick up. We have formulated these processes to be safe, efficient, and quick. One of these options may suit your project better and we’d be happy to share our professional opinion and recommendation of which option to select, but ultimately, the choice comes down to you! Let’s discuss these processes, starting with the pick up selection: For pick up of your blocks, you will need to give our company a call and someone from our team will be happy to help you set up a date and time to come and receive your blocks at our facility. We will load the blocks onto the trailer for you, but we ask that you bring along a set of straps and/or chains that we can use to secure the blocks down to the trailer. Next, let’s talk about delivery. In order for delivery to go smoothly and safely, you will need to make sure you have the proper block offloading equipment that is ready to use at your drop off location.  In order to properly offload the blocks, your equipment must be able to withstand carrying 3,600lbs and reach a height up to 7’+ because, in height, the blocks are 2’ and the trailer is 5’. Also, your drop off area must have an area of 47’- 53’ available so that the delivery semi can enter and exit the site safely. If this much space is not available, we can discuss dropping the blocks at another nearby location and use smaller machinery to transport the blocks to the actual site. If you have any questions about either delivery or pick up, please feel free to contact us.

Fun Facts

We love providing concrete barrier blocks in Philadelphia, PA. We’d actually like to share some fun facts regarding this city down below: 

  • Did you know that America’s first ever zoo was located in Philadelphia?…And the first hospital and the first medical school.
  • What was one of the first businesses in Philadelphia? A brewery. 
  • The Eagles, a Philadelphia football team, helped make the world’s longest cheesesteak. Naturally, it was the length of a football field. 

The City of Philadelphia

Philadelphia is a city located on the east border of Pennsylvania, near the south-east corner of the state. The city covers an area of around 142.71 square miles, while 8.53 of these miles are water. This city is actually the sixth largest U.S city by population, also taking the thirty-fifth place in regards to worldwide city population. Some things worth trying/seeing when visiting the city of Philadelphia include: visiting the Liberty Bell, tour the Independence Hall (the birthplace of the United States), and eat at the Reading Terminal Market, one of the nation’s oldest farmer’s markets. While you’re there, make sure to try one of the city’s signature Philly cheesesteaks. We provide concrete barrier blocks in Philadelphia, PA.

We provide bin blocks in Philadelphia, PA & for cities all over the United States. We would love to help provide for you and your project, regardless of where you are located. Whether you be located in a large capital city or a small town, we are here for you. Down below, we have created a list of cities, all which are within a two hour driving distance from Philadelphia, that we would also love to provide for: Marcus Hook, Claymont, Stratford, Radnor, Lansdowne, Wayne, Plymouth Meeting, Mantua, Sicklerville, Cheltenham, Havertown, King of Prussia, Marlton, Yeadon, Morton, Landenberg, Parkesburg, Coatesville, Perkasie, Doylestown, Quakertown, Bridgeton, Lahaska, Pennsburg, Elkton, Furlong, Kennett Square, Browns Mills, Pomona, Manheim, Bayonne, Albrightsville, Elizabeth, Staten Island, Bel Air, Bridgewater, Forked River, Philipsburg, Stone Harbor, Toms River, Linden, Nazareth, Matawan, Bound Brook, Bronx, Oakland, Ramsey, Ellicott City, Pittson, Allentown, Wyckoff, Wilkes-Barre, Ridgewood, Manhattan, Long Island City, Riviera Beach, Brooklyn, and Hillsdale. If you are located elsewhere, please feel free to contact us and we’d still love to figure out a way to help you! We provide concrete barrier blocks in Philadelphia, PA.

Do you have a project located in, or near, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that is in need of concrete blocks? Well, you’re in luck, because we are here to help with just that. We provide bin blocks in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. We have a wonderful, experienced team ready to help you with all things concrete blocks. To speak with us, please give us a call. Our number is: 267-996-5796