The State of Pennsylvania
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We provide bin blocks in the state of Pennsylvania. So, looking for a reliable, trustworthy, and quality service to provide you with concrete blocks for your project? Search no further, because we can help you! We provide exceptional service with an amazing range of products that are sure to fit whatever kind of project you are working on or have in mind. To speak with us on how we can service you and your project, please give us a call at: 833-763-1711
The State of Pennsylvania
The state of Pennsylvania, officially known as the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, is a U.S state located in the northeastern part of the country. The state is bordered by a few fellow United States states: Delaware to the southeast, West Virginia to the southwest, Maryland to the south, New Jersey to the east, Ohio to the west, New York to the north and the Canadian city of Ontario to the northwest, along with Lake Erie. With around thirteen million residents, the state of Pennsylvania is actually the fifth most populated in the whole country! As for geographical matters, through the center of the state, you can find the Appalachian Mountains. Then, to the northeast, the Pococo and Allegheny Mountains can be found. There are many rivers within the state, along with one hundred-forty miles of lakefront along the Delaware River and Lake Erie. Some popular visit-worthy places include: Independence National Park and the Liberty Bell, Hershey Park, Gettysburg National Military Park, Presque Isle State Park, and Phipps Conservatory. We provide concrete barrier blocks in the state of Pennsylvania.
Not sure if we provide it in your exact city? Not to worry. We have a team that is always ready to help you and answer any questions you may have. In regards to serving locations, we span our service to cities all over the nation, big or small. We are sure there is a way we can help you. In regards to Pennsylvania, some bigger cities we provide for are: Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Murryville, Scranton, Cranberry Township, Monroeville, Bethlehem, Erie, Penn Hills, Allentown, West Mifflin, Harrisburg, Bethel Park, Newtown Square, and Upper Saint Clair. Some of the smaller sized cities we provide for include: Ohiopyle, Benezette, St. Peters Village, Eagles Mere, Jim Thorpe, Bryn Athyn, Kittanning, New Hope, Bedford, Mifflinburg, and Wellsboro. There are so many more cities that we provide for, so please feel free to contact us with more details on locations we serve. We provide bin blocks in the state of Pennsylvania.
Whatever you may call them, we will provide them.
Now that we’ve discussed the names of some cities we provide for, let’s move on to block names. There is a vast majority of concrete block names out there. But to help you familiarize yourself with the block names that we typically use, you can use the following list: waste blocks, soldier blocks, barrier blocks, bin blocks, mafia block, jumbo blocks, lego blocks, ecology blocks, leftover concrete blocks, interlocking v-blocks, stackable concrete blocks, gravity wall blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, and storage wall blocks. If you have any other concrete block names that you are more accustomed to using, please let us know and we can add it to the list! But, regardless of what you call them, we provide concrete barrier blocks in the state of Pennsylvania.
We provide concrete barrier blocks in the state of Pennsylvania. But, what kind of concrete barrier block do we provide? Well, we provide what we like to call a v-wedge block. Most commonly, we provide these blocks with a measurement of 6’ x 2’ x 2’ and a weight of 3,600lbs; but we have other dimensions available. So, please give us a call to see what other block options are available. These blocks received the name v-wedge blocks because of the v-wedges they use to interlock with each other. On the top and one side of the block is a regular v-wedge, while a reverse version of that wedge can be found on the bottom and opposite side of the block. These wedges create a smooth, easy way to link the blocks together, making them handy for a multitude of projects. In addition to making things smooth and efficient, these blocks require no special rigging equipment to move them! They have a rebar handle loop installed to the top of each block so that you can move them with ease. If you have any questions about these blocks or other blocks we have available, please give us a call.
What types of uses do our concrete blocks provide? Well, a multitude of things. We believe that concrete blocks can make a difference in a number of projects, whether it be a large, community wide project or a smaller home/property improvement project. Some of the ways our blocks have been utilized are in some of these types of projects: property separation/privacy, storage bins, traffic control, managing parking lots, concrete retaining walls, road district storage, utilities security, anchor weights, fuel/propane tank protection, as well as just general weight. If you have any other ideas on how concrete blocks can be used, or questions about if concrete blocks are the right addition to your project, please give us a call! We’d love to hear from you.
We provide bin blocks in the state of Pennsylvania, but how do you receive your blocks? Well, that’s what we will now discuss. In regards to transporting your blocks to Pennsylvania and to whichever city you may be located, we have two different methods of block transport to choose from: delivery or pick up. First, let’s discuss the delivery process. First thing to note is that your block drop off site needs to have a space of 47’-53’ so that the delivery semi can safely enter and exit the site. If for some reason your site lacks this much space, we can discuss dropping off the blocks at another nearby site and using smaller equipment to move the blocks to the actual, desired location. In regards to offloading machinery, you will need to have a proper kind. The proper kind, meaning, it must be able to withstand carrying the weight of your blocks, (It just depends on which size of block you are receiving. Please give us a call for more information,) and reach a height up to 7’+. This is because, in height, the trailer is usually 5’ and the blocks are 2’. Next, let’s talk about the pick up process. In order to put the pick up process into motion you’ll need to give us a call. Someone from our wonderful team can set you up with a date and time to come to our plant and receive your blocks. We ask that you bring along a set of chains and/or straps that can secure the blocks to the trailer. We will load the blocks onto the trailer for you, so no need to worry about that part. If you have any questions about the delivery or pick up processes, please contact us. Again, we’d love to hear from you!
We provide concrete barrier blocks in the state of Pennsylvania, and we love doing so! In fact, we’d like to share some fun facts regarding this beautiful state:
- Did you know that the first baseball stadium was built in Pennsylvania? It was located in the city of Pittsburgh and built in 1909.
- Where did the first computer ever exist? That’s right, Pennsylvania, 1946.
- In 1775, the first piano in the U.S was built in Pennsylvania.