Searching for a reliable, customer service based source to supply you with Concrete Blocks Baton Rouge for a project based in Baton Rouge or surrounding areas? You’ve come to the right place! We take pride in providing exceptional, quick service for people in a large number of states and cities, and we are continuing to grow! If you are interested in working with us and your current or future concrete-block-lacking projects, please contact us at the number: 833-763-1711
The City of Baton Rouge
The state capitol of Louisiana, Baton Rouge, is positioned on the east bank of the Mississippi River and in the Florida Parishes region of the state. It is around 79 miles away from the great city of New Orleans and 173 miles away from Jackson, the state capitol of Mississippi. Tourists enjoy the Dixie Landin and Blue Bayou amusement parks, Mall of Louisiana and the many Louisian cuisine restaurants.
Not located directly in Baton Rouge? Not to worry, because we proudly serve cities near and far. Some cities we also provide for can be found listed below. These are just examples of cities found within a certain range of Baton Rouge, so if you cannot find your city on this list, no worries. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to give us a call!: Plains, Walker, Prairieville, Rosedale, Shenandoah, Zachary, Plaquemine, Grosse Tete, Denham Springs, Seymourville, Dutchtown, Greenwell Springs, Old Jefferson, Highlandia, LaPlace, Breaux Bridge, Greensburg, Vacherie, Tickfaw, Morganza, Ponchatoula, Convent, Gramercy, Clinton, ALbany, New Roads, Hammond, Jackson, Slidell, Morgan City, Martero, Westwego, Gretna Harahan, Crowley, New Orleans, Harvey, Folsom, Mandeville, New Iberia, Thibodaux, River Ridge, Bell City, Cut Off, Glenmora, Larose, Reggio, Ferriday, Meeker, Meadville, Bogalusa, Waveland, Brouillette, Thornville, and Forked Island.
No Matter What You Call Concrete Blocks, We Can Get Them To You:
In addition to coming in many different styles, shapes, and sizes, Concrete Blocks Baton Rouge also come with a lengthy list of names. Because of this, referral of block types can become a little jumbled at times. If you are curious as to which names we typically use within our business to refer to block types, a list can be found below: barrier blocks, ecology blocks, storage wall blocks, soldier blocks, large concrete blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, interlocking v-blocks, mafia blocks, bin blocks, gravity wall blocks, lego blocks, waste blocks, building blocks, bunker blocks, and leftover concrete blocks. If you have any other name you are more familiar with, please let us know and we can add it to our list!
For Baton Rouge and surrounding areas, we have a v-wedge block available. This particular block has 4’x2’x2’ dimensions and weighs 2,400lbs. Eighteen of these blocks can fit per trailer bed. These blocks are ideal for a number of projects, especially since they can interlock, if needed. They are equipped with a v-wedge on the top and side, in addition to a reverse version of the wedge on the bottom and opposite side; which together, enables the blocks to smoothly connect together. A rebar handle loop is positioned on top of the block, which makes moving and relocating these Concrete Blocks Baton Rouge easy!
When you think of concrete block uses, what comes to mind? There is an endless amount of possibility when it comes to the blocks and there is always room for experimenting and playing around with ideas for their uses. In fact, if you have any ideas on how to further add to our list of common concrete block uses, please let us know! Some of the ways our blocks have been used for the good of communities and projects can be found in the following list: managing parking lots, fuel/propane tank protection, general weight, anchor weights, creation of storage bins, road district storage, property separation, controlling traffic, and concrete retaining walls.
Transportation of large concrete blocks sounds like a hassle, but it doesn’t have to be! We have created two methods of transport, (delivery and pickup), that have proven to go smoothly and quickly, as long as the basic requirements have been met. Our first option is delivery. For proper delivery, your jobsite must have an available space of 48’-53’ in order for the semi to both enter and exit the area. If there is not enough space available for this purpose, we can discuss drop off at another available location and use smaller equipment to move the blocks to the actual desired space. Second, you must have the adequate amount of machinery on site in order to offload the blocks. This machinery must be able to lift at least 2,400lbs; and because the trailer is 5’ high and each block is 2’ high, it must also be able to reach up to 7’+ . Since these blocks do not take any special type of rigging, in order to move the Concrete Blocks Baton Rouge, all you need to do is attach a chain to the rebar handle loop on top of the block. On the other hand, for pick up, you will need to speak to someone on our team by calling our number: 833-763-1711 and we’ll schedule a date and time for you to visit our plant and pick up the blocks. Although we will do the loading of the blocks onto the trailer for you, we will ask that you bring along a set of chains and/or straps in order to secure the blocks. We’d love to answer any questions and respond to any concerns you may have, so please give us a call and we’d love to help address those for you.
Not only do we love serving the individual city of Baton Rouge, we are honored to service cities far and wide. But since we’re focusing on the great city of Baton Rouge, we’d love to share some fun facts regarding this particular location:
- Standing tall at a height of 450ft, the state capitol building in Baton Rouge is the largest capitol building in the country.
- Mike the Tiger, of Louisiana State University, is the only live tiger mascot in the nation!
- Did you know that Baton Rouge means “red stick” in French?