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We provide concrete barrier blocks in San Diego, CA, but what kind of blocks do we provide? Specially picked for the San Diego area, we have two blocks: a v-wedge block and a lego block. First, we will discuss the v-wedge block. Our v-wedge blocks deemed their name because of their interlocking system, which is made up of, you guessed it! V-wedges. One set of the v-wedge can be found on the top and side of the block, while a reverse version of it can be found on the bottom and opposite side. These sets of wedges enable the blocks to interlock smoothly and easily, making them a great addition to a variety of projects. For San Diego, we offer one size of this v-wedge block: a 6’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 3,600lbs. Thirteen of these blocks can fit per truck trailer. Next, we will discuss the lego blocks. Our lego blocks are like life-size versions of the little plastic lego bricks almost all of us played with when we were kids. Except, these are the real deal. These blocks have an interlocking system made up of two cylindrical shapes protruding out of the top of each block, along with two holes on the bottom, enabling the blocks to interlock together. For San Diego, we offer this block in two different sizes: a 5’ x 2.5’ x 2.5’ block that weighs 4,700lbs and a 2.5’ x 2.5’ x 2.5’ block that weighs 2,350lbs. Ten of the 5’ blocks can fit per truck trailer, while twenty of the 2.5’ blocks can fit. Note: both the v-wedge and lego blocks have a rebar handle loop installed into the concrete atop each block, used for moving or placing the blocks. They require no special type rigging in order to move them. 

We provide bin blocks in San Diego, California…but in what ways can they be put to good use? Some of the ways our concrete blocks have been utilized by people all over the country are by: creation of storage bins, traffic control, parking lot management, general weight, property separation, utilities protection, security of fuel and/or propane tanks, road district material storage, and anchor weights. There are so many more ways to use concrete blocks yet to be discovered, but if you have some other ways to utilize them in mind, please feel free to let us know! The right type of concrete block can make a difference to many projects, whether it be a small personal one, or for a whole community! 

Now we will discuss the transportation methods available in order to receive your blocks. We offer two different modes of transport: pick up or delivery. So, if you are selecting pick up, the first thing you will need to do is give us a call. Someone from our team can help you set up a date and time to come to our facility and pick up your blocks. We will do the harder part (loading the blocks onto the trailer) for you, so no need to worry about that. The only thing we ask of you is to bring along a set of straps and/or chains so that we can securely anchor the blocks down to the trailer. Now, we will talk about delivery. For delivery, in order for the delivery semi to enter and exit the site, your drop off location must have a space of 47’-53’ available. If you do not, we can discuss drop off of the blocks at another nearby location and use smaller equipment to relocate the blocks. In addition to having enough space on site, you must also have the proper, adequate equipment. In order to safely offload the blocks, your machinery must be able to carry weights from 4,700, 3,600, or 2,350lbs (depending on the type of block being delivered) and reach a height of up to 7’+ (because each block is at least 2’ in height and the trailer is usually 5’ as well)

If you have any questions about either of these transportation methods, please give us a call! 833-763-1711

We provide bin blocks in San Diego, CA, regardless of the alternate names you may refer to them by. Concrete blocks have all kinds of different names. Some examples, include: barrier blocks, bin blocks, waste blocks, soldier blocks, lego blocks, ecology blocks, mafia blocks, jumbo blocks, stackable concrete blocks, interlocking v-blocks, storage wall blocks, leftover concrete blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, and gravity wall blocks. Block names can differ depending on location, jobsite, business, construction zone, etc. They can derive from a particular block’s shape, size, style, design, use, and many other reasons. Sometimes block referral can be a little confusing with all the different names flying around. So, to make things a little less confusing, the list of block names above are names we tend to use within our business, so feel free to familiarize yourself with them! If you have any questions or would like to add a different block name to our list, please give us a call!

Fun Facts

We love providing for the beautiful San Diego, California. So, we’d love to share some fun facts regarding the city with you:

  • Did you know that Charles Lindenburg’s plane “The Spirit of St. Louis”, flown on the world’s first nonstop-solo transatlantic flight, was built in San Diego?
  • Did you know that San Diego produces more avocados compared to anywhere else in the U.S?
  • Did you know that the San Diego Zoo was home to the very first baby panda born in the Western Hemisphere? Her name was Hua Mei. She has since then been relocated to a reserve in China.


The City of San Diego

The city of San Diego is a very major part of the U.S state of California. It can be found on the far west side of the country on the coast of the Pacific, adjacent to the Mexican border. The city is built in a hilly and canyon filled geographical location. The landscape and nature surrounding the city is quite beautiful. However, within the city, there are quite a few tourist attractions that draw people in, such as: The San Diego Zoo, Balboa Park, San Diego’s Seaport Village, San Diego’s Seaworld, any of the San Diego beaches. We provide bin blocks in San Diego, California.

We provide concrete barrier blocks in San Diego, CA…and surrounding areas. In fact, we pride ourselves in being able to provide for those located all over the states. We believe that we can serve you with exceptional customer service and quality products, no matter where you’re from. But since we are focused on the particular area of San Diego, we will list out some cities that are all within a 2-hour drive range from San Diego. This should help you get an idea of what cities, and how many cities, we are able to serve: Poway, Cardiff-by-the-Sea, Encinitas, Del Mar, Solana Beach, Rancho Benardo, Lakeside, Jamul, Santee, El Cajon, La Jolla, San Ysidro, Bonita, Imperial Beach, Fallbrook, Temecula, Mount Laguna, San Clemente, Pala, Ramona, Bonsall, Valley Center, Vista, Oceanside, Carlsbad, San Marcos, Escondido, Alpine, Westminster, Corona, Moreno Valley, Hemet, Newport Beach, Tustin Foothills, Orange, Trabuco Canyon, Santa Ana, Foothill Ranch, Fountain Valley, Tustin, Laguna Beach, Manhattan Beach, Los Angeles, Redondo Beach, Monterey Park, Rosemead, El Segundo, South Gate, Inglewood, San Pedro, El Monte, Montebello, Baldwin Park, Azusa, and Yucaipa. If you can’t seem to find your project location on this list, please feel free to contact us and we would love to figure out a way to help you, regardless of location.

Are you interested or searching for a reliable source to supply you with concrete blocks for your project located in, or around, San Diego, California? We supply concrete barrier blocks in San Diego, California, so look no further. In addition to just serving San Diego, we also serve its surrounding cities and cities all over the U.S. So, to speak with someone from our reliable team about how we can best help you, please give us a call at: 619-304-4400