St Louis, MO
Are you interested in a supply of concrete blocks within the area of St. Louis, Missouri? If so, we would love to help you out! We extend reliable and exceptional service to not just St. Louis, but cities located all over the United States. If you are interested in bin blocks in St. Louis, please give us a call at:
The City of St. Louis
St. Louis, Missouri is the second largest city located within the state of Missouri, which has a population around 301,578 people. Located on the western bank of the Mississippi River, surrounded by slight valleys and gently rolling prairie land. This city is a huge tourist attraction, especially because of its monumental and historic landmark: The Gateway Arch, which stands 630ft tall; the world’s tallest arch and man-made monument in the Western hemisphere. Other attractions include the St. Louis Zoo, the St. Louis Aquarium, the Missouri Botanical Gardens, along with many others. We provide concrete blocks for the city St. Louis.
We proudly provide concrete barrier blocks for St. Louis, MO but we also serve many cities and towns throughout the whole country. Down below we have crafted a list of cities a certain mileage away from the city of St. Louis that we would also love to work with: Ballwin, Earth City, Bridgeton, Belleville, Fenton, Troy, Shiloh, Hazelwood, Florissant, Swansea, Glen Carbon, Arnold, Chesterville, Maryland Heights, Collinsville, Prairie du Rocher, Mulberry Grove, Litchfield, Washington, Marissa, Union, Greenville, Bloomsdale, De Soto, Shipman, Mount Olive, Breese, Villa Ridge, Fredericktown, Altamont, Hermann, Bowling Green, Clarksville, Potosi, Cuba, Perryville, Chester, Mount Vernon, Bismarck, Farmington, Centralia, Carlinville, Vandalia, Shelbyville, Petersburg, Glenallen, Grayville, Kinderhook, Hinton, Carterville, Pittsfield, Bluffs, Lincoln, Merriam, Etna, Logansport, Goreville, and Alto Pass. If you cannot locate your project location within the list above, please give us a call and we would love to figure how we can best serve you, regardless of your location.
Concrete bin blocks in St Louis, MO come with a long list of different varieties, even when it comes to their names. Speaking of which, we have put together another list. But this time, instead of concrete supply locations, it consists of concrete block names that we would typically use within our business:
jumbo blocks, interlocking v-blocks, ecology blocks, storage wall blocks, leftover concrete blocks, lego blocks, waste blocks, gravity wall blocks, soldier blocks, barrier blocks, mafia blocks, mafia blocks, stackable concrete blocks, bin blocks, and large concrete retaining wall blocks. In fact, if you have any other concrete block names you are more accustomed to using, please let us know! We’d love to expand our list.
Here is some of the information regarding the bin blocks in St Louis, MO. First off, we have a lego block, coming in two different sizes: a 2’ x 2’ x 2’ and a 4’ x 2’ x 2’. The 4’ block weighs 2,400lbs and the 2’ block weighs 1,200lbs. On top of these blocks are two lego-like cylinders on the top and two holes on the bottom, which both enable the blocks to interlock for a variety of projects. About 18 of the full sized blocks can fit per delivery truck bed. The other block we have available is a v-wedge block. This v-wedge block measures 4’ x 2’ x 2’ and weighs 2,400lbs. A typical delivery truck bed can fit 18 of these blocks. This type of block comes with its signature v-wedge on the top and side of the block, along with a reverse version of that wedge on the bottom and opposite side. These wedges allow the blocks to interlock, making them useful for a variety of projects. Both the lego and v-wedge concrete blocks come with a rebar handle loop atop the block that can be used to help move the blocks from place to place. So, all you have to do to maneuver the blocks is attach a chain to the rebar handle loop.
If you have any questions about either of these particular blocks, or any of the concrete blocks we provide for that matter, please give us a call at 833-763-1711 and we’d love to answer them!
In addition to having many names, the concrete blocks we supply in St. Louis also have a countless amount of uses. Our blocks can make a great and useful addition to a variety of projects located all over the country. Some of the ways our blocks have been put to good use includes: property separation, storage bins for road districts and other organizations, general weight, parking lot management, fuel and/or propane tank protection, traffic control, and security for various utilities. If you have any more ideas on how concrete blocks can be put to good use, please let us know. We would love to hear your ideas regarding all things concrete blocks.
So, now that we’ve discussed the bin blocks we provide in St. Louis, MO the names, and the uses, we will discuss the way you receive the blocks after ordering them. We offer two different methods of transport: delivery or pick up. First, we will discuss pick up. In order to receive your blocks via pickup, you will need to give us a call and set up a day to come visit our facility and pick up your blocks. You will need to bring along a set of straps and/or chains in order to secure the blocks, but we will do the part of loading the blocks onto the truck trailer for you. Next, we will discuss our other option, which is delivery. For delivery, there are a few requirements that must be met. First off, your jobsite/drop off location must have a space of 47’-53’ available in order for the delivery semi to enter and exit the area properly. If you don’t have enough space available, we can discuss drop off at another location and then use smaller machinery to relocate the blocks to the actual site. Second, you must have the proper equipment in order to offload the blocks once the truck arrives. This equipment must be able to 1) be able to withstand holding a weight up to 2,400 or 1,200lbs, depending on which block is being delivered. 2) be able to reach a height up to 7’+ because each block has a height of 2’ and the trailer bed is typically 5’ in height as well. In addition, these blocks do not require any special rigging, so all you need to do is attach a chain to the rebar handle loop atop each block. If you have any questions or concerning either of these block transporting methods, please give us a call and we’d love to address them.
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