Popular Uses of Concrete Jersey Barriers

Concrete traffic barriers are versatile tools that offer a wide range of applications. Their low cost, durability, and effectiveness make them an ideal choice for various purposes. How Jersey Barriers Enhance Security and Safety Concrete jersey barriers are invaluable for protecting properties and enhancing security…

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Tips for Moving Concrete Barriers

Weighing in at 400-500 lbs per linear foot, concrete barriers can be challenging to offload from a flatbed truck, reposition, or set in place on unpaved material. We’re going to explore the best ways to move these barriers safely and efficiently. Different Ways to Move…

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How Artificial Coral Reefs Protect Our Oceans

Oceanic reefs play a critical role in maintaining the health of the ocean. However, coral reefs are in decline due to a number of factors, most prevalently human interference. In many cases, the economy and culture of coastal communities is tied to activities that put…

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How Long does A Jersey Barrier Last?

Jersey barriers.... the lifelong friend. A sidewalk is reinforced with rebar and experiences the same abuse from weather as a concrete K-rail or traffic barrier. The wind, the rain, the ice, the snow, and don't forget those penetrable UV rays; all take a toll on…

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Concrete K-Rail and Jersey Barriers: Do you deliver?

48 Barriers proudly delivers all the products offered on our website in the US Continental 48 States.  Cost-effective and high quality freight rates while offering a high level of service are what you’ll find shipping bin blocks, concrete traffic barriers or planters.  Just let us…

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Are Barriers Used to Retain Water?

Although concrete barriers, plastic barriers, and bin blocks are feasible for creating storage bins (mulch, sand, salt, gravel, dirt, etc.), they are not designed to hold water.However, one model, the Water Filled Containment Barrier is designed to create a square or rectangular shape for containing water. This…

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Stackable Concrete Bin Blocks: What do you call them?

Many names have been given to describe what we call the “concrete bin block,” So I’m going to provide you with a comprehensive list of all the names we’ve encountered, as a universal industry name does not exist. Each have a reasoning, some obscure, but…

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Plastic Water Filled Barriers: Pros and Cons

Our last post listed the pros vs. cons of concrete jersey barriers and concluded plastic water filled barriers and concrete traffic barriers (or concrete K-Rail) have specific purposes. Placing a plastic jersey barrier with vehicle traffic may not be the lucrative solution when you want…

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History of 48 Barriers

48 Barriers began with a simple question back in 2004: Do you have concrete traffic barriers? Since this time, our company has excelled as an evolving company, seeking out every avenue to be the only resource our customers ever need to buy concrete jersey barriers.…

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