What is ever block?

What is ever block?

What is ever block?

EverBlock is a unique sustainable modular building system consisting of oversized plastic blocks, modular walls and accessories that facilitate the construction of all types of objects. It’s quick and easy to build anything, by stacking and organising the universal blocks in nearly any shape, pattern, or size.

How much are ever blocks?

HOW MUCH DO EVERBLOCKS COST? ARE ANY DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE? Our blocks range in price from $6 for a single lug block to $13.50 for a full size block.

What are giant Legos called?

EverBlock Bar – giant lego.

Is EverBlock owned by Lego?

EverBlock is NOT affiliated with The Lego Corporation, though we are big fans of their products.

What are modular blocks?

Modular blocks are small hollow blocks with special step design, facilitating the installation and connection of the next layer. The hollow space can be filled with backfill and vegetated.

How do you make plastic building blocks?

These plastic building blocks are made by tightly packing a plastic water bottle with other post use plastic such as chip, garbage and shopping bags, food wrappers, straws and stirrers, and other “single use” plastics.

How do you make a removable wall?


  1. Locate the Wall Space and Measure the Ceiling Height. With the tape measure, measure the height of the ceiling.
  2. Cut the Wall Studs.
  3. Cut the Foam Spacers.
  4. Dry-Fit the Wall Together.
  5. Fasten the Bottom and Top Plates.
  6. Glue the Bottom Spacer.
  7. Raise and Secure the Wall to the Ceiling.
  8. Secure the Wall to the Floor.

Where are Everblocks made?

Minneapolis, Minnesota
EverBlock is proudly manufactured 100% in the USA, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Is modular construction the future?

By 2023, the global modular construction market will be worth US$157.19bn. While China leads the world in modular product production, the method is praised by US and European construction companies as a cost-saving miracle, which delivers an estimated saving of $22 billion a year.