Roanoke, VA

We provide bin blocks in Roanoke, VA and many other cities across the nation. We offer a great selection of both affordable and environmentally friendly blocks. Our team is wonderful and experienced, so they are ready to help you with any of your concrete block needs. We would love to help assist you and your project. If you have any questions for us or would like to request more information, please feel free to give us a call at:  833-763-1711

City of Roanoke

Located in the U.S state of Virginia, covering an area of 42.9 square miles, is the city of Roanoke. Roanoke can be found west of the Blue Ridge Mountains and east of the Allegheny Mountains and in the valley and ridge areas of Virginia. Some cool places located in Roanoke that would be worth visiting include: Mill Mountain Park and Star, Roanoke City Market, and the Living-Coral Reef Aquarium. We provide concrete barrier blocks in Roanoke, VA.

We provide bin blocks in Roanoke, VA and surrounding cities! Some of the cities within a two-hour drive of Roanoke that we provide for include: Abbott, Lafayette, Montvale, Nace, Amsterdam, Laymantown, Troutville, Catawba, Riverside, Blue Ridge, Daleville, Poages Mill, Loch Haven, Pine Oak Heights, Hardy, Bassett, Floyd, Snowden, Clifton Park, Timberlake, South Ridge, McCoy, Evington, Lexington, Stanley Town, East Lexington, Bassett Forks, New River, Huddeston, Clifton Forge, Fancy Gap, Blairs, Fort Defiance, Sandy Ridge, Lyndhurst, Craigsville, Wilson, Java, Vesta, Rural Retreat, Staunton, Long Island, Cascade, McLeansville, Timberville, Carrsbrook, Schuyler, Bramwell, Greensboro, Keswick, Henry, Springville, Alderson, Rock, Elkton, Bentirar, and Pilot Mountain. However, our services are not limited to just these cities. So, if you or your project is still located elsewhere, besides these cities listed above, please feel free to let us know and we’d still love to help you. We provide concrete barrier blocks in Roanoke, VA.

We provide bin blocks in Roanoke, VA, regardless of what other names you may know these blocks by. Concrete blocks have all different types of names, just as they have different shapes and sizes. Some of the more commonly used block names within our business include: bin blocks, barrier blocks, soldier blocks, mafia blocks, jumbo blocks, waste blocks, ecology blocks, lego blocks, interlocking v-blocks, leftover concrete blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, stackable concrete blocks, storage wall blocks, and gravity wall blocks. If you have any other block names that you are more accustomed to using, please feel free to let us know and we’d love to add them to our list as well!

We provide concrete barrier blocks in Roanoke, VA. We offer two different sizes of v-wedge blocks. What are v-wedge blocks exactly? They are blocks that are very helpful for a number of different projects. These blocks are equipped to slide together and interlock with one another. Each block has a total of four v-wedges which enable them to do this: one on the top, one on the side, and then an inverted one on the bottom, and one on the opposite side. In addition to the v-wedges, another helpful feature about these blocks is that they have a rebar handle loop installed to their top. This enables you to move these blocks around without the use of complicated rigging equipment. We offer these awesome v-wedge blocks in three different sizes: a 6’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 3,600lbs, a 4’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 2,400lbs and a 3’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 1,800lbs. As for transportation of these blocks, per trailer, either thirteen of the 6’ blocks or eighteen of the 4’ x 2’ x 2’ blocks or twenty-six of the 3’ blocks can be fit. If you have any further questions about these blocks, please feel free to let us know by giving us a call. We’d love to speak with you.

We would love to provide you with concrete blocks for your project, whatever it may be. Here are some examples of the more common ways you can use our blocks: concrete retaining walls, anchor weights for large tents, traffic control, utilities security, fuel/propane tank protection, storage bins, road district material storage, parking lot management, property separation, and general weight. Their uses are not limited to just these projects however. There are plenty more block uses out there. So, if you have any questions or ideas on further concrete block usage, please feel free to let us know. 833-763-1711

So, how should you expect to receive your blocks after purchasing them? Well, we have two methods of block transportation available for you to choose from: delivery or pick up. Both of these processes have a few requirements that must be met in order for it to go safely and smoothly. We will talk you through these requirements down below. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to us! We appreciate your understanding and cooperation. Here are the delivery process requirements: First, you must have the proper block offloading equipment on-site, ready to offload the blocks once they arrive. In order to do this, the equipment must be able to reach a height of 7 ‘+ (this is because, in height, the trailer is 5’ and the blocks are each 2’) and withstands carrying the weight of your blocks (1,800-3,600lbs). Next, you must have a space of 47’-53’ available so that the delivery semi can safely enter and exit the area. If you do not have access to this much area, we can discuss dropping the blocks off at another nearby location and proceed to use smaller machinery to transport the blocks to the actual, desired spot. Now, here are the pick up process requirements: First, in order to select pick up, you must first give us a call. Someone from our team would be more than happy to set you up with a date and time to come to our facility and pick up your blocks. We will gladly load the blocks onto the trailer for you, but we ask that in order to secure the blocks to the trailer, that you provide us with a set of chains and/or straps when you come to pick them up. Thank you! We appreciate it!

Fun Facts

We love providing for the city of Roanoke, VA. Here are some fun facts about this area that you may find interesting: 

  • Did you know that Roanoke’s nickname is “Magic City”?
  • Did you know that Roanoke’s Virginia Transportation Museum hosts the biggest collection of diesel and steam locomotives in the country?
  • Did you know that Ronaoke is home to the world’s largest man-made, illuminated, free-standing star structure? The Mill Mountain Star