San Antonio, Texas
Are you in search of a source to supply you with concrete blocks for the city of San Antonio or another nearby area? If so, please consider giving us a call! We would love to help serve you with your concrete block needs, big and small. If you need bin blocks in San Antonio, TX call 817-736-2525
San Antonio, Texas
More officially known as the City of Antonio, San Antonio, Texas is ranked number seven among the most populous cities in the United States. The city is located about 75 miles away from the Texas state capitol, Austin and 190 miles from another popular Texan city, Houston. San Antonio’s slightly rolling terrain covers a vast area totaling 460.93 square miles, while 4.5 of these miles consist of water. The city, being a large tourist attraction, includes The Alamo Mission in San Antonio, which draws in many visitors. Other places of interest within the city include Arneson River Theater, the Menger Hotel, Seaworld, and the San Antonio Zoo. We have concrete barrier blocks in San Antonio, Texas.
We also are proud to mention that we do not just provide for the individual city of San Antonio, but many other Texan cities too; as well as cities located all over the country. Below, we have a list of other cities around San Antonio that we would also love to help serve: Santa Clara, Muehlsville, Lytle, Dominion, Schertz, Universal City, Converse, Calaveras, Selma, Windcrest, Elmendorf, Live Oak, Leon Valley, Kirby, Pearsall, Kyle, Blanco, Canyon Lake, Luling Kendalia, San Marcos, Pipe Creek, Stockdale, Comfort, Mico, Jourdanton, Hondo, Sutherland Springs, Spring Branch, Concan, Manor, West Lake Hills, Cotulla, Hunt, Dripping Springs, Flatona, Runge, Tilden, Austin, Tarpley, George West, Dale, Driftwood, Medina, Catarina, Robstown, Florence, Alice, Freer, Carrizo Springs, Llano, Taylor, Burnet, Kingsland, and Hallettsville. Can´t find your project location above? No worries! Please give us a call and we’d love to discuss how we can help you, regardless of location.
Did you know that concrete blocks actually come with different sets of names?
In different locations, worksites, and businesses, alternate names could be used when referring to a single, particular block. So, to avoid any confusion that may come to block referral within our business, we created a list so you could familiarize the terms we typically use. If you have any other name preference, please feel free to let us know and we can add your names to our list: jumbo blocks, barrier blocks, bin blocks, soldier blocks, waste blocks, lego blocks, leftover concrete blocks, ecology blocks, interlocking v-blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, stackable concrete blocks, storage wall blocks, mafia blocks, and gravity wall blocks. Whatever you call them, we offer concrete barrier blocks in San Antonio, TX.
Here is some more information on bin blocks San Antonio, Texas. Available for the San Antonio area, we have two different v-blocks. One measures 6´x2´x2´ and weighs 3,600lbs, while the other is 4´x2´x2´, weighing 2,400lbs. A typical delivery trailer can fit either 13 of the 6´ blocks or 18 of the 4´ blocks. These blocks are able to connect for a variety of projects using their specially designed v-wedges. A normal v-wedge is located on the top and side, while a reverse version of the same wedge sits on the bottom and side, making block interlocking easy. For movement of the blocks, all you need to do is attach a chain to the rebar handle loop that sits atop the block.
Concrete blocks have been used in countless ways, through countless decades, and even centuries! They make a difference in quite a few areas of the world. Whether they be used for service toward communities, businesses, or projects, you´re ought to find a way to utilize them. Considering the fact that concrete blocks come in so many different shapes, sizes, and weights, that adds to the list of possibilities even more so! For example, here are some ways our blocks can be utilized: fuel or propane tank protection, property separation, road district storage, utilities security, concrete retaining walls, anchor weights for tents, creation of bins used for storage, parking lot management, traffic control, and general weight. If you have any further ideas on how concrete barrier blocks in San Antonio, TX can be utilized, please feel free to let us know!
When it comes to transportation of your bin blocks in San Antonio, Texas, we provide two different options: delivery or pick up of the blocks. However, there are a few requirements that must be met in order for either of these processes to go efficiently and smoothly. First, we will discuss delivery. In order for you to receive your blocks via delivery, you must have the proper on-site equipment that is able to unload the blocks off the delivery trailer. This machinery must 1) be able to withstand carrying a weight up to 3,600 or 2,400lbs, depending on the block type being delivered and 2) reach up to a height of 7´+ because the trailer is normally 5´ in height, while each block is 2´. Your drop off location for the blocks must have a space of 47´-53´ available in order for the delivery semi to enter and exit the site easily. If you do not have that much available space, we can discuss drop off at another, nearby location and use smaller machinery to relocate the blocks to the desired location. Luckily, these blocks require no extra or special rigging, so all you will need to do is attach a chain to the block´s rebar handle loop. When it comes to pick up, you will need to give our team a call and we´ll set you up with a date and time to come visit our plant and pick up the blocks yourself. No need to worry, because we will do the more difficult task of loading the blocks onto your trailer. But, in order to secure the blocks down, we ask that you bring along a set of chains and/or straps. We want you to be completely confident and comfortable with these transportation methods. So, if you have any questions or concerns, please give us a call and we’d love to address those things. Again, our number is: 817-736-2525
We love providing for the beautiful city of San Antonio, so we thought we share some fun facts regarding your area:
- Did you know that Gatorade was invented by San Antonio resident, Robert Cade?
- Standing at 35ft and 3in, the world’s tallest cowboy boots sculpture is located in San Antonio.
- Did you know that San Antonio holds the world record for tamale making?