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The block we currently and consistently have available to Wichita and surrounding locations is what we call a “V-block”. We call it the v-block in regards to it’s v-shaped wedge located on the side and top of the block. In addition to the v-shaped wedge on the top and side, this block has a reverse v-wedge on the other side and bottom, enabling the blocks to easily interlock if needed for your project. We provide these blocks in two different sizes: a 6’x2’x2’ block weighing 3,600lbs and a 4’x2’x2’ block weighing 2,400lbs. On the truck trailer bed, either thirteen 6’x2’x2’ blocks or eighteen 4’x2’x2 blocks can be fit. Lastly, by implementing the rebar handle loop atop the block, you can quickly and efficiently lift the block and place it in your desired location.
How are our blocks used?
Concrete blocks have been put to use for decades in serving people, projects, communities, and businesses. We love the ability to provide exceptional concrete block service in hopes that you will find fantastic and helpful ways to use our blocks. However, here is list of common ways people have used and continue to use our blocks: management of parking lots and parking garages, traffic control, propane or fuel tank protection, security for utilities, creating concrete retaining walls, common weight, anchor weights, the creation of storage compartments, separation of property, and element storage for road districts. Feel free to share with us the ways you have tactically used concrete blocks in your projects!. We hope you will consider reaching out to us because we are confident we can help you with your concrete block needs.
How do you get the blocks?
In regards to transportation of the blocks, we provide either pick up or delivery. In order to pick up your blocks, you will have to call our office and schedule a time and date to visit our facility and retrieve the blocks. In order to acquire your blocks, you will need to bring chains and/or straps in order to secure the concrete blocks and we’ll handle the job of loading the trailer. For the process of delivery, you will be asked to have adequate machinery on site in order to unload the blocks. Since the blocks are all 2’ in height and the trailer bed is typically 5’, your machinery must be able to reach a height of 7’+. Since there is no special rigging in order to move these blocks, all you need to do is attach a chain to the rebar handle loop in order to safely and smoothly move the blocks. Please keep in mind that your equipment must be able to withstand holding a weight of 2,400lbs to 3,600lbs. Also, your site must have enough room for a 48’-53’ semi truck to exit the location. If the site does not meet that requirement, we can meet at another nearby location that has enough space and use smaller machinery to transport the blocks to the actual site. We love providing the most secure ways for you to receive your blocks. Therefore, if you have any questions or concerns with our methods, please let us know by giving us a call: 833-763-1711
How are our blocks used?
Did you know that almost all concrete blocks have a selection of their own, unique names? When it comes to different people, locations, and businesses, each uses altering names to refer to different styles and types of concrete blocks. When referring to our own personal products, we typically use the following names: gravity wall blocks, mafia blocks, bunker blocks, jumbo blocks, ecology blocks, building blocks, interlocking v-blocks, storage wall blocks, bin blocks, lego blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, soldier blocks, stackable concrete blocks, waste blocks, barrier blocks, and left-over concrete blocks. If you are accustomed to using an alternate name when discussing a block type, please let us know and we can add it to our list of name options!
We love providing services for Wichita and all over the country! We would also love to share with you some fun facts regarding your wonderful city.
- Wichita is the birthplace of the fast-food chains White Castle and Pizza Hut.
- In 1932, the world’s first electric guitar was played in Wichata’s Shadowland Ballroom.
- Wichita is widely known as “The Air Capital of the World”.
Are you searching for a reliable source to provide you with concrete blocks for your project located in, or around Wichita, Kansas? Well you’ve come to the right place. We are confident we can fulfill your concrete block needs with exceptional, high-quality service. To discuss how we can help you, please feel free to give a call at: 833-763-1711
The City of Wichita, Kansas
Wichita, originally established as a trading post in 1860’s, is now the largest city in the state of Kansas. It is located in south-central Kansas at the junction of U.S Route 54 and I-35. The city is also the county seat of Sedgwick County and has a population around 397,532 as of the year 2020. Being an industrial hub, Wichita is known for its aspects and appreciation of culture, media, and trade. It is home to large museums, parks, theaters, and universities.
Is your project located outside of Wichita? If so, we would still be happy to help you! We enjoy being able to provide for people all over. Therefore, here are some cities that we will proudly serve in addition to Wichita: Newton, Mulvane, Towanda, Putam, Bentley, Peck, Furley, Benton, Andover, Colwich, Goddard, Derby, Valley Center, Abilene, Emporia, Herington, Lyons, Pratt, Howard, Salina, Severy, Sterling, Eureka, Anthony, Linsborg, Blackwell, Newkirk, Ponca City, Alva, Burlington, Cherryvale, Cookville, Guthrie, Masham, Lovell, Deerhead, Roxana, Basset, Hesston, Winfield, Wellington ,South Haven, and Augusta. If your project is located elsewhere, please still give us a call! We would love to help you to the best of our ability, regardless of the location.