top of page
Blocks4Hire delivery truck Hiab crane

Delivery and Collection

Concrete Block Delivery

Our concrete blocks can usually be delivered within 24 hours, and quite often on the same day.

No job is too big or too small...!

 

A variety of transport options allow us to carry between 1 and 10 blocks, depending upon the type of vehicle, and up to 14 blocks if no lifting equipment is needed – or is to be provided by another vehicle.

Contact our sales team to tell us when you want the blocks delivered to your site and we will endeavour to fulfil your requirements.

Delivery Checklist

Prior to placing your order to rent concrete blocks it is important to ensure that you consider how the blocks are going to be delivered and placed on the site.

A significantly sized area may be required to unload and place the blocks. It is also important to ensure that the route to the site is accessible for our large vehicles. Do not worry if your site is not easily accessible as we can usually find a way around this by parking in a nearby location and delivering the blocks with a smaller vehicle or forklift.

The type, quality, surface and access to the location that you want the blocks placing in will determine what type of vehicle we use to deliver the blocks. For example, there may be overhead site restrictions that can rule out the use of a HIAB/Crane lorry. If this is the case we are able to deliver the blocks on a low loader with a specialist forklift.

All of our depots can deliver blocks with either a lorry mounted crane or a fork lift.

Please make sure that you discuss the specific site plan and block location details of your site with our team so we can make sure that the correct vehicle and equipment is used to deliver the blocks.

Blocks4Hire van on site with concete blocks in foreground

"The security concrete blocks we required were delivered within 48 hours of order. I received a call from the delivery driver suggesting an alternative position for one block that he felt provided better security – post installation check showed he was quite right. Thats what I call Proactive..."

bottom of page