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Concrete blocks

There are numerous different uses for concrete blocks when working in the farming and agricultural industry. Undertaking certain projects will require long-lasting and reliable results as well as a simple assembly process, so concrete blocks will usually be the first choice for these reasons.

Concrete Blocks and Versatility

Concrete blocks are a number one choice due to their extremely adaptable properties. There may be a requirement to quickly change the use of a site or reconfigure it to suit particular purposes, making concrete blocks the ideal option due to their versatility. Concrete blocks consist of cement aggregate which are formed into accurate measurements which are generally identical in nature. This makes them the ideal option for construction jobs in an agricultural environment and other semi-permanent structures. Some concrete blocks can be interlocked which means they do not need to be bonded together, and they can be put up and down very quickly and easily.

From security walls to storage areas, here are a handful of uses for concrete blocks in a farming setting, and why they are well-suited for the job.

Concrete Dividing Walls

Concrete blocks are the ideal building material for creating dividing walls and security walls. Not only are they strong and durable, but they can also be quickly relocated at any time if needed. Building security walls permanently would be a very time-consuming and expensive task, so concrete blocks ensure that the dividing wall is fit for purpose, yet versatile for future changes.

Concrete Retaining Walls

Similar to dividing walls, a retaining wall may be extremely useful especially when working in agriculture. For example, if a landscaping project is underway a retaining wall would help to contain any excess materials such as soil so that the area remains as tidy as possible. The sturdiness of a concrete retaining wall is a key characteristic, which is why concrete blocks are a go-to choice. However, in many cases the wall will only be there as a temporary solution due to the ever-changing nature of the industry, so it can be knocked down and rebuilt accordingly.

Concrete Storage Areas

There may be certain circumstances that require storage areas or silage bays when working in the farming or agricultural sector. If this is the case, it’s important to have a constructed area that can be changed or relocated when necessary. As mentioned earlier, concrete blocks are the ideal choice, especially interlocking concrete blocks as they can be built and rebuilt as many times as needed. If your storage area needs to be watertight, there are also additional methods you can follow to ensure the construction is fully waterproof.

Get in Touch With Concrete Experts Today

The quality of the products at AMS concrete are second to none, as well as the friendly, professional concrete experts on the team. Our concrete is made specifically with your needs and measurements in mind, and can be delivered straight to your premises via our modern fleet of vehicles and FORS accredited drivers. With fully-trained transport co-ordinators at hand, you can also have peace of mind that your delivery experience will be efficient, smooth and hassle-free. Similarly, concrete block collection can be arranged from Canford Recycling Centre if this is your preferred method.

If you have any questions regarding concrete blocks do not hesitate to call AMS concrete on 01202 579 579 for more information on our high-quality concrete products

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