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Are you in need of a concrete block supply that can provide for you and your project fixed in, or around, Southern Utah? No need to worry, you’ve come to the right place. We aim to provide exceptional, flexible Concrete Blocks Southern UT service to many people and projects ranging all over the country. To let us know how we can help you, give us a call at (833) 761-1711.
Saint George, Utah
Within the area of Southern Utah, is the beautiful city of Saint George. This city is located near the junction of three major geographical points: the Great Basin, the Mojave Desert, and the Colorado Plateau. Saint George became America’s quickest growing metropolitan area from the years 2000-2005 and is popular in it’s outdoor recreational activities, with 20 city parks, award winning golf courses and over 60 miles of paved walking trails.
Saint George is not the only city we would like to serve, as we target to help out as many cities in the U.S as possible. Here we have a list of cities around Saint George and southern Utah (some located within the state Nevada) that we would also love to provide help to: Toquerville, Hurricane, Pintura, Shem, Silver Reef, Veyo, Shivwits, Harrisburg, Harrisburg Junction, Leeds, Bloomington, Bloomington Hills, Washington, Atkinville, Grafton, New Castle, Enoch, Fort Johnson, Summit, Springdale, Beryl Junction, Cedar City, Riverside, Enterprise, New Harmony, Hamiltons Fort, Kanarraville, Pine Valley, Mesquite, Paradise, Whitney, East Las Vegas, Enterprise, Alton, Sulphurdale, Echo Bay, Circlevillie, Sunrise Manor, Frisco, Hatch, Panguitch, Milford, Kanab, Minersville, Brian Head, Fredonia, Moapa, Moapa Valley, Moapa Town, Jackman, Logandale, Arrowhead, Old Irontown, and Paragonah. If you cannot find your city or project location within the list of given names, please contact us at the number above and feel free to inform us of your concrete block needs. We would still love to help you in any way we can.
Concrete Block Types
We take pride in providing for people’s every concrete block need, big and small. With that, comes an extensive and reliable selection of blocks. However, each type of Concrete Blocks Southern UT comes with quite a list of names associated with it. For our business and product referral we would typically use the following names for certain types of blocks: stackle blocks, building blocks, jumbo blocks, waste blocks, mafia blocks, soldier blocks, gravity wall blocks, ecology blocks, lego blocks, bin blocks, barrier blocks, bunker blocks, large concrete blocks, storage wall blocks, leftover concrete blocks, and large concrete retaining wall blocks. We understand that almost everyone refers to alternate blocks in a different way, so if it makes it easier for you, just let us know what block names you use, and we can add them to our list!
Available for Southern Utah on the regular is called the “V-block”. This block has a plain design and measures 6’x2’x2’, weighing in at 3,600lbs each. On a normal trailer bed, only 13 of these blocks can be situated. Furnishing the block, is it’s signature v-wedge on top and side and a reverse v-wedge on the bottom and other side. Both wedges are designed to allow the Concrete Blocks Southern UT to smoothly interlock with each other, if your project needs them to. Movement of these blocks is made easy by making use of the rebar handle loop atop the block. We also offer a 3’x2’x2’ v-wedge block. It is 1,800 lbs and we can carry up to 26 of them on one flatbed load.
How have our blocks been put to good use?
Concrete Blocks Southern UT have been utilized in countless ways by different people, projects, companies, and cultures. With the technology and equipment available in this day and age, the uses for the blocks are endless. Below, we have created a list of the common, practical ways our blocks have been and can be used: road district storage, anchor weights, property separation, concrete retaining walls, traffic control, creation of storage bins, managing parking lots, general weight, and propane/fuel tank protection. If you happen to come up with a new, helpful use for our blocks, please let us know! We’d love to hear about your ideas.
How do you receive your blocks?
When it comes to getting the Concrete Blocks Southern UT to you, we like to make things as simple and safe as possible. Our methods of transport include delivery and pick up. However, there are a few requirements that go into selecting either of those options: In regards to delivery, you will need to provide the proper on-site equipment in order to unload the blocks. Since the blocks are all 2’ in height, weigh 3,600lbs, and the trailer is 5’, your equipment must reach a height of at least 7’+ and be able to carry 3,600lbs of weight, in order to safely move the blocks. To maneuver the blocks safely and securely, you can simply attach a chain to the rebar handle loop on top of the block. Also, for the delivery semi truck to turn around and exit the site, there must be a space of 48’-53’ available. If there is inadequate room, we can deliver the blocks at another, nearby, available space, and move them to the actual site by using smaller machinery. If you would prefer to receive the blocks by pick up, first, you will need to give our team a call and set up a time and date to come to our facility and have us load up the blocks for you. However, in order to fasten the blocks to the trailer, we ask you to please provide us with straps and/or chains. If you have any questions or worries about either of our pick up or delivery systems, please give us a call and we’d love to chat! Our number, again, is 435-900-6804
Not only do we serve the city of Tulsa and the state of Oklahoma, we provide exceptional and flexible service for towns and cities all over the U.S. But in this case, we’d love to share some fun facts regarding your wonderful city of Tulsa:
- Tulsa has one of the nation’s most extensive Art Deco architecture collections.
- Tulsa has more man made lakes than any other city in the United States.
- At the Tulsa Expo Center, the sixth largest statue in the United States can be found.
- Time magazine voted Tulsa to be “America’s Most Beautiful City” in the 1950’s.