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We provide bin blocks in Pittsburgh PA. Do you have a project that requires concrete blocks? Well, we have a vast selection of many different concrete blocks that are all readily equipped to serve you and your project. Not to mention, they are also environmentally friendly and quite affordable. If you are interested in learning more about our blocks, our business, and our mission, please give us a call at the following number: 833-763-1711
The City of Pittsburgh
We provide concrete barrier bin blocks in Pittsburgh PA. Pittsburgh, also known as “The Steel City”, can be found near the junction of Allegany River and Monongahela River, the start of the Ohio River, in southwest Pennsylvania. This city is the second largest city within the state by population, next to Philadelphia, and is the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. A lot of Pittsburgh’s economy is centered around education, healthcare, and technology. Visitors enjoy various attractions, including: Phipps Conservatory, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Science Center, Duquesne Incline, and Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium. We provide bin blocks in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Not located in the exact city of Pittsburgh? Not to worry, we can still help you. Thanks to our diligent team and work members, we are able to provide you with services spanning the nation! So, if you are located in smaller cities around Pittsburgh, such as: McKeesport, Gibsonia, Leetsdale, Canonsburg, Bethel Park, Wexford, Cheswick, Murraysville, Cranberry Township, Oakmount, Monroevillle, Sewickley, Coraopolis. Poland, Grove City, New Castle, East Liverpool, Waynesburg, Blairsville, Butler, Acme, Slippery Rock, Chester, Connellsville, Latrobe, Belle Vernon, Donora, Ellwood City, Meadville, Fairmont, Edensburg, Greenville, Warren, Clarion, Franklin, Johnstown, Shanksville, Foxburg, Niles, Smithfield, Kennerdell, Salem, Canton, Wadsworth, Solon, North Canton, Dubois, Breezewood, Brockway, Frostburg, Bedford, Brecksville, Claysburg, Waterford, or Altoona, we can still help you! If you are located elsewhere within the state of Pennsylvania, or within the U.S of A, please feel free to contact us and we’d love to figure out a way we can still help you, regardless of location. We provide bin blocks in Pittsburgh PA.
So, when it comes to concrete blocks, they come with many variations, size, shape, qualities, uses, looks, etc. But one neat feature is that they also have varying names and nicknames as well! Some of the blocks names that we lean more towards using include: large concrete retaining wall blocks, gravity wall blocks, storage wall blocks, interlocking v-blocks, stackable concrete blocks, leftover concrete blocks, mafia blocks, barrier block, jumbo blocks, bin blocks in Pittsburgh PA, ecology blocks, waste blocks, lego blocks, and soldier blocks. However, if you have some more, unique concrete block names, please feel free to let us know and we can add the name to our list.
We provide bin blocks in Pittsburgh, PA. Now, exactly what particular type of bin blocks do we provide? We provide what is called a v-wedge block. These blocks received their name based off of their interlocking system. This system is made up of two different sets of v-wedges on the block. One set can be found on the top and side of the block, while a reverse version of the wedge can be found on the bottom and other side of the block. These enable each block to interlock with one another smoothly and easily. This makes them useful for a wide variety of projects. We offer these blocks in two different sizes for this particular location. First, we have a 6’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 3,600lbs, in which thirteen of these can fit per trailer. Then, we have a 3’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 1,800lbs, in which twenty-six of these can fit per trailer. In addition, these blocks come equipped with a rebar handle loop on top of each of them, so this makes moving the bin blocks in Pittsburgh PA quite easy! Another thing to note is that we have plain and/or decorative faces available for these blocks. Please contact us for more information.
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!
So, when it comes to receiving your blocks…how do you? Well, we have two different options for you to choose from. We offer either delivery or pick up of your blocks. Let’s discuss the processes of both. First off, we have delivery. In order for delivery to go safely and smoothly, we ask for a few different requirements to be met on your side of things. Your drop off site must have a space of around 47’-53’ available for the delivery semi to enter and exit the area safely. If this is not possible, we can discuss dropping the blocks off at another nearby area and use smaller equipment to relocate the blocks to the actual, desired location. Also on your drop off site, must be the proper block offloading equipment. In order to safely offload the bin blocks in Pittsburgh PA, this machinery must be able to withstand carrying weights from 3,600-1,800lbs (depending on the size of block being delivered, and reach a height of 7+, because each block is 2’ in height and the trailer is 5’ in height. If you have any questions or concerns, please give us a call. Now, let’s talk about pick up. In order for pick up to happen, you must first give our team a call. We can set you up with a date and time to come visit our facility and receive your blocks. We will load the blocks onto the trailer for you, so no need to worry about that. However, we do ask that you bring along a set of chains and/or straps that can be used to secure the block down to the trailer. If you have any questions or concerns, please give us a call at 412-314-2400.
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania… and we love doing so. So much, in fact, we’d like to share some fun facts regarding this wonderful city with you:
- Did you know that Pittsburgh was home to the first ferris wheel?
- Did you know that the first all-aluminum building was located in Pittsburgh?
- Where was Heinz Ketchup first created? Yep, right in the city of Pittsburgh by H. J Heinz.