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Concrete Block Types
There are many different types of concrete blocks, but there are also a number of concrete block names as well. We have gathered a collection of the general block names used within our business and created this list: building blocks, stackable blocks, jumbo blocks, bin blocks, bunker blocks, waste blocks, leftover concrete blocks Tulsa, ecology blocks, lego blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, barrier blocks, mafia blocks, soldier blocks, gravity wall blocks, storage wall blocks, and large concrete blocks. There are many more block names out there, so if you would prefer to use an alternate name while referring to certain types of blocks, just let us know and we will add the name to our business vocabulary.
Regularly available for the city of Tulsa and other nearby areas, is what we like to call the “V-Block”. This block comes in a size of 6’x2’x2’ and weighs 3,600lbs. Only thirteen of these blocks can fit on an average trailer bed. This block is ready to interlock with the others if needed; as they are equipped with their signature v-wedge on the top and side and a reverse v-wedge on the opposite side and bottom. This makes connecting the blocks simple. Also, picking up and moving the block is made easy with the use of the rebar handle loop on top of the concrete blocks Tulsa.
We also can offer you a 4’L x 2’W x 2’H V-wedge block w/ a brick face. These blocks weight 2,400 lbs each and you can fit up to 18 blocks on a truck.
How are our blocks used?
As we said before, concrete blocks have all types of different names AND uses. Concrete blocks can be used in all kinds of ways for many types of projects and on all sorts of worksites. The importance of concrete blocks is often overlooked, but that doesn’t change the fact that they can make a very helpful difference in many ways, big and small. A few ways our blocks have been put to good use is through: controlling traffic, road district storage, propane/fuel tank security, anchor weights, creation of storage bins, managing parking lots, property separation, protection of utilities, and general weight. Maybe you have another use in mind! If so, please let us know your new ideas regarding the use of concrete blocks!
How do you acquire the blocks?
When it comes to gaining possession of the concrete blocks Tulsa, we provide service through either delivery or pick up. When it comes to the method of pick up, you will be asked to call and schedule a date and time to come to our facility and pick up the blocks yourself! We will do the loading of the blocks onto the trailer, but we ask that you provide straps and/or chains in order to fasten the blocks. However, when it comes to delivery, there are a few more requirements that must be met. First off, in order for the delivery semi to exit the site, there must be a space of 48’-53’ available for it to turn around. If your location does not meet that minimum of space, we can deliver the blocks to another nearby, available location and use smaller machinery to relocate the blocks. Your job site must also have the adequate equipment, (all which can withstand carrying 3,600lbs), needed for unloading the blocks off of the trailer. Utilizing a chain and the rebar handle loop on top of the block, the blocks can be moved with ease. In addition to being able to hold 3,600lbs, your machinery must reach up to 7’+ because the concrete blocks Tulsa are 2’ in height, while the trailer bed is 5’. If you are confused or concerned with any of our systems of transportation, please feel free to contact us and speak with someone from our team. Again, our number is 833-763-1711.
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.
The City of Tulsa, Oklahoma
Tulsa, Oklahoma is the second largest city in the state with a metropolitan area consisting of around 1,015,331 residents. Located in a region of Oklahoma called “Green Country”, the city is settled near the Arkansas River and between the base of the Ozark Mountains and the Osage Hills. During a great portion of the twentieth century, this city held the title of Oil Capital of the World.
In addition to serving the city of Tulsa, we serve all over the country! In regards to the state of Oklahoma, we created a list of other Oklahomian cities and towns we also would like to reach out to and service: Henryetta, Cushing, Salina, Muskogee, Stroud, Novata, Yale, Locust Grove, Bartlesville, Hominy, Pryor, Okmulgee, Drumright, Wagoner, Bristow, Grove, Siloam Springs, Miami, Eufaula, Coffeyville, Perry, West Siloam Springs, Sparks, Fairland, Tahlequah, Afton, Fairfax, Checotah, Okemah, Spavinaw, Liberty, Bixby, Mounds, Ramona, Posey, Collinsville, Skiatook, Wes, Broken Arrow, Sapulpa, Jenks, Glenpool, Owasso, Catoosa, Garnett, Carthage, Middleton, Parsons, South Haven, Fort Coffee, Springdale, Mustang, Norman, Morrow, Limestone Gap, Daisy, Hunnewell, Noel, Chockie, and Sacred Heart. If you can’t seem to find your project location within the list above, but are still interested in working with us, please still give us a call! We’d love to help you in any way we can, regardless of location.
Are you looking for a way to receive concrete blocks Tulsa, either by delivery or pick up, for your project located in or around Tulsa, Oklahoma? If so, please consider giving us a call! We’d love to help you with all of your concrete block needs. Please call 918-398-4500 to speak to our exceptional team.