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Now, we will discuss the particular type of bin block we provide in California. There are actually many different block shapes, styles, sizes, and designs we carry, but the one we mainly focus on, which is available for almost every place, is what we call a v-wedge block. This block is named the “v-wedge” because of its special interlocking system. Its system is made up of two sets of v-wedges. One set can be found on the top and side, while the other is on the bottom and opposite side. These wedges lock together so that the blocks interlock safely and securely, making them useful for a number of projects, big and small. These blocks also have a rebar handle loop cemented into the top of the block, which enables the blocks to be moved around easily, without needing an intricate rigging system. These blocks come in quite a few different sizes, weights, and styles, so please give us a call to figure out which particular type is available in your area. 

When it comes to concrete block uses, the possibilities are endless. They can be used almost anywhere to make a difference in even the smallest of projects. Our blocks have been utilized by people all over, making a difference in their personal projects, or their businesses and communities at large. Some of the ways our blocks have been put to good use include: traffic control, parking lot management, storage units for road district materials, security of utilities, separation and/or privacy of property, concrete retaining, general weight, fuel and/or propane tank protection, anchor weights for large tents, and creation of bins used for storage. If you have any ideas that could potentially further the uses of concrete blocks, please feel free to give us a call and let us know! We’d love to hear from you. 

We provide bin blocks in the state of California, but how do you receive your blocks? Well, that’s what we will discuss in the following article: For transportation of your concrete blocks, we offer two different methods of transport: pick up or delivery. First, we will discuss our pick up process. If you choose to select pick up as your method of transport, your first step would be to give us a call. Someone from our wonderful team can set you up with a date and time that works for you to come visit our facility and pick up the blocks yourself. We will load the concrete blocks onto the trailer for you, so you don’t need to worry about that part of the process. Please note that we will ask you to bring a set of chains and/or straps with you so that we can secure the blocks onto the trailer. Next, we will discuss the delivery process. In order for the process of delivery to go smoothly, there are a few requirements that must be met. First, right off the bat, your block drop off area must have space around 47’-53’ available so that the delivery semi can safely enter and exit the site. If this much space is not available at your location, we can talk about dropping off the blocks at another, nearby, but available, location and then use smaller equipment to transport the blocks to the actual site. Next, you must have the proper, adequate machinery that is capable of safely offloading the blocks. In order to do that, the machinery must 1) be able to withstand carrying the weight/size of the block you have selected and 2) reach a height of up to 7’+ because each block is usually 2’ in height, along with the trailer bed, which is normally 5’ in height. If you have any questions regarding either the pickup or delivery process, please let us know by giving us a call. 833-763-1711

Whatever you may call them, we will provide them. Concrete blocks can have a variety of names, depending on the shape, size, location, business, people, etc. But to help you familiarize yourself with the names we typically lean more towards using, we created a list that you can observe down below. If you have any other names that you are more used to using, please let us know so that we can add it to our list: leftover concrete blocks, interlocking v-blocks, storage wall blocks, waste blocks, bin blocks, soldier blocks, ecology blocks, stackable concrete blocks, jumbo blocks, mafia blocks, gravity wall blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, lego blocks, and barrier blocks. We provide bin blocks in California, no matter what you might call them. 

Fun Facts

We love providing for the state of California. In fact, we’d like to share some fun facts with you regarding this beautiful state:

  • Did you know that almonds are California’s top export? In fact, the particular Californian city of Central Valley is known as the Almond Capital of the World!
  • Did you know that California has been the only U.S state to host both winter and summer Olympics?
  • What is California’s state animal? The California Grizzly Bear.
  • What is California’s state tree? The famous (and ginormous) California Redwood Tree.

We provide concrete barrier blocks in California. So, do you have a project located in the state of California that is in need of, or lacking, concrete blocks? Well then, we are here to help. We provide bin blocks for the state of California. We pride ourselves in serving with quality and excellence. To speak with someone from our awesome team and to let us know how we can be of service to you, please call the following number: 833-763-1711


The State of California

California is one of the U.S states, coming third in place for largest area (163,696 square miles) and first in population (39.2 million). California borders the states of Oregon, Nevada, Arizona, and the western side of the state is a coastline, bordering the Pacific Ocean. California is a hotspot for entertainment, sports, agriculture, communications, and innovation. Tourists enjoy visiting some notable places and landmarks such as: the famous Golden Gate Bridge, Yellowstone National Park, Joshua Tree National Park, and Disneyland. We provide concrete barrier blocks in the state of California. 

We provide bin blocks all over the U.S, not just for California. It is our mission to serve people from every area and in every city in the country. We serve cities big and small. So for a state, such as California, we serve bigger cities, such as: Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, California City, Fresno, Bakersfield, Oakland, Santa Monica, Long Beach, Santa Barbara, Anaheim, Palm Springs, Irvine, Stockton, Modesto, Riverside, Malibu, Beverly Hills, Pasadena, and Fremont. But, in addition, we also serve smaller cities, such as: Sausalito, Ojai, Avalon, Solvang, Carmel-by-the-Sea, Nevada City. St. Helena, Dunsmuir, Sonoma, Morro Bay, Arcata, Auburn, Ferndale, and Placerville. We provide concrete barrier blocks in California.