Are you in need of a reliable source to supply you with concrete blocks for your project located in, or around, Seattle, Washington? Well, you’ve come to the right place! We gladly provide Concrete Blocks Seattle Washington projects and cities located all over the nation. To speak with someone from our exceptional team, please give us a call at: 833-763-1711
The City of Seattle
The seaport city of Seattle, Washington is located on the west coast of the United States and is the county seat of King County. Located between the waters of Lake Washington and Puget Sound, Seattle is also 100 miles south of the U.S and Canadian border. Some major attractions that draw in many tourists include the city’s 24-day international film festival, Seattle’s Space Needle, The Henry Art Gallery, and the Seattle Great Wheel.
Not only do we provide for just the city of Seattle, we also provide for surrounding cities, typically around a 2-hour range distance. For example, some nearby Washington cities we supply for include: Fife, East Renton Highlands, Federal Way Kent, Edmonds, Kenmore, Bothell, Woodinville, Sammamish, Lynnwood, Des Moines, Redmond, Alderwood Manor, Ballard, Shoreline, Lacey, Graham, Gold Bar, Stanwood, Buckley, Orting, Enumclaw, Granite Falls, Spanaway, South Prairie, Arlington, University Place, South Hill, DuPont, Elma, Chehalis, Centralia, Anacortes, Shelton, Kingston, Cle Elum, Roslyn, Skykomish, Freeland, Eatonville, Allyn, Langly, Poulsbo, Blyn, Kelso, Sumas, Balford, Maple Falls, Gardiner, Marblemount, Bedal, Quilcene, Mossyrock, and Wymer. But not to worry, we provide for projects located all over the nation. If you cannot find your Concrete Blocks Seattle Washington project location on this list, please don’t hesitate to give us a call and we will figure out how we can best serve you.
Whatever you may call them, we will provide them.
Besides coming in all types of shapes and sizes, concrete blocks also come with all sorts of names. Sometimes block referral can become confusing with all the different names floating out there. So, to make things a bit easier, we created a list of names we typically use within our business. Some of those names include: mafia blocks, gravity wall blocks, lego blocks, barrier blocks, soldier blocks, ecology blocks, waste blocks, leftover concrete blocks, jumbo blocks, interlocking v-blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, stackable concrete blocks, storage wall blocks, and bin blocks. If you prefer to use other names when it comes to block referral, please let us know!
Regularly available for Seattle and surrounding areas is a v-block, coming in two different sizes: a 6’x2’x2’ block weighing 3,600lbs and a 3’x2’x2’ block weighing 1,800lbs. We can also offer these blocks with a decorative face. Please call us to find out more! In regards to transportation, thirteen of the 6’ blocks can be fit on a trailer, while twenty-six of the 3’ can be fit. Each of these blocks are ready to be connected together if needed; thanks to their v-wedge located on the top and side and the reverse version of the wedge on the bottom and other side. These blocks also include a rebar handle loop located on top of the block, which can be used for easily relocating and moving the blocks around.
Along with a long list of varying names, concrete blocks also have quite the amount of uses, big and small. They can be used in countless projects in order to service many people, projects, and communities. Some of the ways our blocks can be utilized for various projects and organizations include: anchor weights, protection for fuel and propane tanks, storage bins, separation of property, utilities security, road district storage, managing traffic and/or parking lots, and general weight. If you have any ideas on furthering the use of concrete blocks, please feel free to let us know and we will add them to our list!
For the transportation and received of the blocks, we offer two different methods: delivery and pick up. For both methods to go efficiently and quickly, there are a few requirements for each that must be met. For delivery, first off, you must have the proper on-site equipment ready to unload the Concrete Blocks Seattle Washington from the delivery semi once it arrives. This equipment must be able to withstand holding up to 3,600lbs or 1,800lbs, (depending on what type of block you have being delivered). The equipment must also be able to reach a height up to 7’+ because the trailer is 5’ in height and each block has a height of 2’. In addition, a space of 48’-53’ must be available in order for the delivery semi to enter and exit your jobsite. If you cannot meet this specific requirement, we can discuss meeting at another nearby location and use smaller equipment to move the blocks. To offload the blocks from the trailer, all you need to do is attach a chain to the rebar handle loop on top of the block. For pick up, you will need to give us a call (again, our number is: 833-763-1711 and we will set you up with a particular date and time to visit our facility and pick up the blocks yourself. We will do the part of loading the blocks onto the trailer, but we ask that you provide a set of chains and/or straps in order to secure the Concrete Blocks Seattle Washington. If you have any question or concerns regarding either of these methods of transport, please give us a call and we’d love to chat!
We love providing for Seattle, Washington. We’d also love to share some fun facts about your wonderful city and state down below:
- Did you know that America’s oldest continuously operated farmers market, (Pike Place Market), is located in Seattle?
- In 1907, Seattle opened one of the first gas stations in the whole world!
- Seattle is the birthplace of the world’s most famous coffee chain: Starbucks.
- Did you know that the people of Seattle buy more sunglasses than any other city in the United States?
- Seattle was the first city to ever have police ride on bicycles.