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GeorgeBlocks are the complete, flexible and highly cost effective construction system.
These durable, heavyweight, Concrete Blocks are easy to place and are interlocking, making them perfect for building both temporary and permanent structures. They can save you time, money, and don’t require the hassle of cement or foundations. Not mentioning, that they can be re-used over and over.
GeorgeBlocks can be constructed directly on a level and firm surface, on the condition that the ground is not subject to waterlogging or subsidence.
Concrete Block Specifications
GeorgeBlocks come in two sizes and specifications, making them suitable for all types of projects:
– 4 Stud: 600mm x 600mm x 600mm
– 6 Stud: 600mm x 600mm x 1200mm
Concrete Blocks Benefits include:
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JJ Mac Ltd
Always a pleasure dealing with the Mick George Group. They always go the extra mile to make sure we get the service we order on time and at the best rates. All our managers and site support staff really appreciate the prompt and efficient service.
L Petriello Contractors
The Mick George Group have supplied our Aggregates, Concrete and Skip Hire for many years. Their service is fantastic and has always been without problem. We Would definitely recommend their services to others.
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